13 Aug 2016 - by 'Maurits van der Schee'
Computerworld released 13 videos (interviews) of the Black Hat USA 2016 conference. The first one (featuring Dan Kaminsky) was so good that I posted the entire list of videos below:
- Developers need secure coding environments
- How to pick a lock
- Risk management: Picking the right tool for the job
- Black Hat 2016 wrap-up: Same stuff, different year?
- Why some risk assessments fail
- Social engineering tricks and why CEO fraud emails work
- How to wade through the flood of security buzzwords and hype
- The changing economics of cybercrime
- Threat actors: Who you should really worry about
- The advanced security techniques of criminal hackers
- How much do developers really care about security?
- Could this hacker's tool slow down phishing?
- Why compliance is a necessary evil
Blackhat USA 2016 conference in Las Vegas
Black Hat is a yearly conference "built by and for the global InfoSec community" as they say on their website. The conference was held in Las Vegas on August 3 and 4. It was the 19th Blackhat USA conference.
I went to a Blackhat conference once and after seeing these videos I feel like wanting to go there again, because of it's interesting topics and interesting people. Well done Computerworld!
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