Black Hat Abu Dhabi 2010 //press
Emirates Palace, Abu Dhabi • Nov 8 - 11 2010
Black Hat press
addressing the public
By working at many levels within the corporate, government, and underground communities, Black Hat continues to provide a forum for the newest vulnerabilities, defense mechanisms, and industry trends. Research presented at each event draws press coverage from leading industry and business publications throughout the world.
Education plays a crucial role in the fight against cybercrime, a growing concern especially at a time when the internet has become a breeding ground for hackers consistently prowling for victims, says the founder of Black Hat Briefings, an international IT security conference.
/ Criselda E. Diala : 7 November 2010
The Black Hat security conference will kick off in Abu Dhabi on Monday with new information revealed about the Stuxnet malicious software program along with other cutting-edge research.
/ Jeremy Kirk : 6 November 2010
Black Hat Abu Dhabi speaker to present homegrown tool and approach to tracing the origins of Stuxnet.
/ Kelly Jackson Higgins : 5 November 2010
The next major revamp to hit the Web, HTML5, promises to make the Web more powerful and flexible for the sites that adopt it. So flexible, in fact, that hackers like Lavakumar Kuppan are already hard at work demonstrating how the bad guys can twist it into new malicious uses.
/ Andy Greenberg : 4 November 2010
Additional Press Articles:
- nov 18, 2010 - wired: Another Hacker’s Laptop, Cellphones Searched at Border
- nov 12, 2010 - cnbc: Questions Arise About Google Android Security Risks
- nov 12, 2010 - gulf today: Tackling cyber threats
- nov 11, 2010 - the national: Tipping a Black Hat to electronic security
- nov 11, 2010 - ft.com: Smartphones in hacking risk
- nov 11, 2010 - emirates 24|7: UAE able to protect information security: TRA
- nov 11, 2010 - allroya: UAE needs more IT security experts
- nov 10, 2010 - dark reading: Kaminsky To Release 'Phreebird' For Easy DNSSEC
- nov 10, 2010 - tbreak technology: Interview with Jeff Moss from Black Hat
- nov 10, 2010 - forbes: When Angry Birds Attack: New Android Bug Lets Spoofed Apps Run Wild
- nov 9, 2010 - khaleej times: IT security experts are gathering in Abu Dhabi