Black Hat USA 2018: A SecOps Recap

Last week, I had the pleasure of joining thousands of security researchers, vendors, marketers, press, and bloggers converging on the desert and Mandalay Bay for my first-ever Black Hat USA conference. Attendees discussed the newest research, latest technologies, scariest threats, and biggest trends in this crazy world of cybersecurity. If you weren’t lucky enough to be part of the fun, here’s a quick recap of Black Hat USA 2018 (aka Security Summer Camp). Read more “Black Hat USA 2018: A SecOps Recap”

Threat Stack Quick Guide to Black Hat USA 2018

Booth #2316 | August 8 – 9 | Las Vegas, NV

Are you attending Black Hat this August? Threat Stack is, and we’d love to see you there!

With so many fascinating events going, we thought it would be helpful to create a Quick Guide to help you get the most out of your visit to Black Hat USA 2018.

If you can’t meet us there (we’ll miss you!), you can keep up with the latest happenings inside and beyond the exhibition floor through our blog and social media (follow @threatstack on Twitter). Read more “Threat Stack Quick Guide to Black Hat USA 2018”

Planning to Join the Other 50,000 Security Aficionados at Black Hat USA?

Secure the Strange Things Happening in Your Cloud

Booth #2316 | August 8 – 9 | Las Vegas, NV

Black Hat USA is coming up fast!

So plan your activities now, starting with a visit to Booth #2316 where Threat Stack’s experts will be waiting to say Hi, hand out some great swag, and share ideas on how your Security and Operations teams can address their unique security and compliance issues when building in the cloud. Read more “Planning to Join the Other 50,000 Security Aficionados at Black Hat USA?”

Early Guide to Black Hat 2018

Black Hat USA offers information security professionals an opportunity to keep up with the latest developments, research, and trends. Now in its 21st year, Black Hat has earned a reputation for being one of the must-attend annual security conferences for today’s information security professionals, providing attendees with a variety of options, including several tracks, to learn from the industry’s most forward-thinking thought leaders and world-renowned experts, not to mention networking opportunities with industry peers. Training sessions and briefings offer chances to learn more about software hacks, advanced cloud security strategies, penetration testing, network security, whiteboard hacking, machine learning, IoT, cryptography, forensics, ICS, malware and mobile security.

The conference runs August 4 through 9 at Mandalay Bay in Las Vegas. Here’s what you need to know to get the most out of Black Hat 2018:

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