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How to not get hacked at Black Hat

“Few environments provide a more target-rich environment for cyber criminals than the estimated 17,000 information security experts gathered in Las Vegas this week for the annual Black Hat security conference. Cyber threats at the show can be abundant. ‘We see it all,’ Black Hat General Manager Steve Wylie told Fifth Domain. He said the organization has seen everything from malware to infected USB devices lying around. ‘It all happens at Black Hat and it’s something you need to be per vigilant about.’ The higher risk profile makes the organizers’ cyber hygiene tips good practice for all users, whether or not they are in Las Vegas for the week.”

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