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‘Imagination Makes Us Better Hackers’

CISA Director Jen Easterly said the agency's new Joint Cuber Defense Collaborative seeks imagination and innovation in the hacker community to help secure critical infrastructure.

Black Hat, Cisa, Government

When Going in Reverse Moves You Forward

Reverse engineering to find the root cause of vulnerabilities can be a frustrating task, but even the analyses that go wrong can produce lessons and new skills.

Black Hat

The DoH Continues to Rise

Adoption of DNS over HTTPS (DoH) continues to rise, but so do concerns about network visibility and centralization of DNS services.

Dns, Black Hat

Hacking Medical Devices to Hijack Secure Facilities

Security researchers have demonstrated in the past how implanted medical devices such as insulin pumps and pacemakers can be compromised. A team from Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University investigated how these devices could be used to compromise secure facilities used to work on classified information.

Black Hat, Medical Devices

Hacking for Good: The Cult of the Dead Cow and the Rise of Hacker Culture

Members of the Cult of the Dead Cow are joined by fellow hackers and security leaders Dug Song, Katie Moussouris, and Heather Adkins to trace the origins of hacker culture and its lasting influence.

Video, Black Hat