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24 results for tag Black Hat:

The Search For Secure By Design

The U.S. government wants product manufacturers to treat the security of customers as a core business requirement, but there are still challenges that need to be tackled.

Black Hat

CISA Director: We Need a ‘Sustainable’ Approach to Cybersecurity

Jen Easterly, director of CISA, said at Black Hat this week that the U.S. can learn important lessons on cyber resilience from how Ukraine has positioned its cyber defenses over the last decade.

Black Hat

For Bug Bounties, ‘Knowing is Less Than Half the Battle’

Bug bounty programs can be invaluable, but without the proper resources in place, they will fail hard.

Black Hat, Bug Bounty

Long Before Colonial Pipeline, Red Flags Foreshadowed Hack

“There’s a lack of imagination or… anticipation about the next move that hackers will make," warned investigative journalist Kim Zetter during Black Hat this week.

Colonial Pipeline, Black Hat

Krebs: ‘We’ve Over-Fetishized the APT Threat’

Former CISA director Chris Krebs said at Black Hat that the community may have focused too much on APT groups in recent years.

Black Hat, Government