OODA CEO Matt Devost has a track record of executing on innovation via entrepreneurship. You may also know him as the Co-Host of the OODAcast or perhaps through his role as a technologist and international security expert. He has extensive past performance in cybersecurity, counterterrorism, critical infrastructure protection, intelligence, and risk management issues.
Yesterday at the Black Hat security conferences, CyCraft researchers presented details of a previously unknown hacking campaign that compromised Taiwanese chip firms. CyCraft is a Taiwanese cybersecurity firm that has been investigating the campaign, which allegedly compromised at least seven firms over a two year period. The operation has been
At the virtual Black Hat 2020 conference, academic researcher and Oxford University doctoral candidate James Pavur spoke about the risk of satellite hacking. Pavur stated that attackers can use basic home television gear to listen in on internet traffic occurring across the globe, including high-value targets such as shipping fleets
A new survey released by Black Hat USA concludes that there is unprecedented concern over data breaches due to COVID-19. Security professionals expressed worries over possible compromises of enterprise networks and critical infrastructure. The survey’s respondents consist of 273 top security professionals. 94% of these respondents stated that they believe
This special report provides an overview of the dynamic trends underway in the cyber insurance market, including actionable information that executives can put to use right now in determining the right approach to using cyber insurance to transfer risk. The report also provides insights which can be of use to any tech firm seeking to partner with insurance companies to enhance services to the market.
There are literally hundreds of cybersecurity conferences hosted around the world each year and as a result it can be difficult to determine which conferences provided the highest value in the domain.
While each of these events bring community value in their own unique way, Def Con is the most valuable event of the year for the community. Here’s why.
“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
In this top ranking talk from Black Hat 2016, Jason Healey discusses which technologies allow a defender to efficiently outpace attackers.