By Brian Dykstra and Keith Jones
Special to Law.com
July 31, 2008
The first in a series of articles reporting on the latest security
technologies and vulnerabilities at 2008 Black Hat Briefings and
Training on August 6-7 in Las Vegas.
Over the past 15 years, Black Hat Briefings and Training has evolved
into a series of highly technical information security conferences that
bring together the best information security professionals from
industry, government and the computer security underground. Black Hat
has grown from being a stand-alone security conference in 1997 to attain
its current status as the premier summit for the international elite of
security researchers with several annual events in Tokyo, Amsterdam, Las
Vegas and Washington, D.C.
Each year, security professionals from around the world provide their
most recent information, demonstrations and research during the two-day
Las Vegas event. This year the broad topics of discussion include:
Attend Black Hat USA, August 2-7 in Las Vegas,
the world's premier technical event for ICT security experts.
Featuring 40 hands-on training courses and 80 Briefings
presentations with lots of new content and new tools.
Network with 4,000 delegates from 50 nations.
Visit product displays by 30 top sponsors in
a relaxed setting. http://www.blackhat.com