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Announcing: Black Hat Europe 2018

Black Hat Europe returns to the ExCeL London, December 3-6, 2018

Black Hat returns to London with multiple hands-on technical Trainings, cutting-edge Briefings, Arsenal open-source tool demonstrations and leading security solution providers in the Business Hall.

 

New for 2018, Black Hat will offer 4-day Trainings — A Practical Approach to Malware Analysis and Memory Forensics taught by Monnappa & Sajan Shetty and Assessing and Exploiting Control Systems and IoT taught by Justin Searle. The Trainings lineup spans 11 Tracks from AppSec to Hardware to PenTesting. Check out the Trainings Lineup>>

 

Briefings will introduce the newest vulnerability disclosures and mitigations, offering strategies and techniques for managing the evolving threat landscape. Call for Papers opens on Monday, June 25, 2018 and Arsenal Call for Tools opens July 24, 2018. Submit to Call for Papers>>

 

Network with fellow security experts to expand your knowledge at Black Hat Europe 2018.

Trainings spaces are limited. Register early to secure your place in the course of your choice and save on all pass types. More Information>>

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