Black Hat Europe puts cybersecurity on the C-Suite Agenda
December 18, 2017, Andrew Barratt, Managing Director, Europe
Black Hat is renowned for being one of the biggest, most technical security conferences in the world operating in the USA, Europe and Asia. 2017 marks Europe’s first Black Hat Executive summit, a format well received for senior executives to be able to openly discuss cyber security concerns and share business issues arising from cybersecurity deficiencies. Read more
Just a Few Seats Left at the Coalfire Adaptive Pen Testing Training at Black Hat!
July 18, 2017, Communications Team, Coalfire
Black Hat is just around the corner, and Coalfire is gearing up for the best Adaptive Penetration Testing Training yet! We’ve ‘adapted’ the Adaptive Penetration Test Training course with new instructors, enriched content, and new labs to provide the richest training to date. The revised training now includes exploitation and post-exploitation for Linux as well as an after-hours bonus, Social Engineering “practical” exercises. Demand has been high – we’ve sold out the July 22-23 class, but we’ve got just a few seats left for our July 24-25 class. Save $100 on those last seats if you register before the 21st!
Hacker Summer Camp – Recap of BSidesLV, Black Hat & Defcon
August 17, 2016, Mike Weber, Vice President, Coalfire Labs
What a week! Hacker summer camp in Vegas was amazing! This was my first time through for all three of the conferences in Vegas – BSidesLV, Black Hat, and Defcon. I’ve been to BSidesLV and Defcon plenty of times, but experiencing all of these back-to-back (-to-back!, with a bit of overlap) gives a unique perspective on each of these and what makes them valuable. On a somewhat unrelated note, it also provided me my own “unique perspective” on exactly how many days I can do in Vegas before being “done”. As it turns out, that number is four. Not the six that I was there for – or the nine that the more hard-core members of our Labs team did! I don’t even want to imagine what nine days would do to me. *shiver*