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Black Hat Asia Business Hall Sessions Offer New Cybersecurity Insights

Don't overlook these promising Business Hall Sessions in Singapore next month. They're short, sweet, and open to all Black Hat Asia 2019 passholders.

As you lock in your schedule for Black Hat Asia in Singapore next month, make sure not to overlook all the practical sponsored sessions happening in the Business Hall. Presented by leading researchers and security experts, these sessions are short, sweet and open to all Black Hat Asia 2019 passholders -- so don’t miss out!

Browser Isolation That Actually Works” will show you how the team at Garrison has engineered a unique, hardware-enforced approach to browser isolation that is being deployed at large scale into commercial businesses and sensitive government networks around the world. This session introduces their approach along with their global service, which is something worth studying if you want to protect businesses and governments from falling prey to the Internet’s worst denizens.

If you’re more curious about cloud security check out “Protecting Your Data from Data Exfiltration in a Cloud Environment,” which aims to teach you best practices for plugging one of the most widely-used attack vectors: DNS. Expect to enjoy some discussion about marrying network and threat intelligence to achieve more successful incident response events. You’ll also see some examples of DNS-based threats and hear an argument about why a one-size-fits-all approach to threat response isn’t effective.

The Digital Risk Dilemma: How To Protect What You Don’t Control” will outline tools, tactics, and best practices to safeguard your entire digital footprint and prevent malicious lookalikes on everything from social networks to criminal marketplaces. You’ll learn why you must shift security priorities from prevention to detection and remediation and how to align activities to three core steps of digital risk protection (map, monitor, mitigate). These practical tools and techniques also include sample classifications and decision-tree diagrams, that you can use in your own work.

In addition to great sessions like these, the Black Hat Asia 2019 Business Hall provides ample opportunities to expand your infosec knowledge and network. It’s a great place to connect with expert security practitioners and cutting-edge solution providers, discover new open-source tools at Arsenal, meet with your peers and relax in the Networking Lounge, and pick up some new Black Hat gear in the merchandise store.

Black Hat Asia returns to the Marina Bay Sands in Singapore March 26-29, 2019. For more information on what’s happening at the event and how to register, check out the Black Hat website.

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