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Black Hat Europe 2019 Debuts First Sessions & Offers Early Reg Discount

You can now register to attend Black Hat Europe at a discounted rate but move quickly: the early bird discount period ends this Friday, October 4th!

Black Hat Europe returns to London this December, and if you work in cybersecurity or have any interest in infosec you won’t want to miss out on these four days of training, knowledge-sharing, and networking.

Right now you can register to attend Black Hat Europe at a discounted rate, but you’ll want to move quickly: the discount period ends this Friday, October 4th!

When you sign up for Black Hat Europe you’re securing access to a boatload of hands-on technical Trainings, cutting-edge Briefings, Arsenal open-source tool demonstrations and leading security solution providers in the Business Hall.

Some of this year’s top-notch Briefings have already been confirmed, like Trust in Apple's Secret Garden: Exploring & Reversing Apple's Continuity Protocol, in which an independent security researcher will dive deep into the inner workings and weaknesses of Apple’s Continuity protocol.

And in First Contact - Vulnerabilities in Contactless Payments two security experts will discuss how the EMV protocols and magstripe modes used for contactless payments are significantly flawed. For the first time, they’ll reveal (among other things) how to bypass the UK £30 limit for contactless payments made using physical cards, and how to circumvent limits for mobile wallets using locked mobile phones.

Further details on these and all the other confirmed Briefings at Black Hat Europe this year are now available in the Black Hat Europe Briefings schedule. Sign up to attend now and gain access to these cutting-edge Briefings (and much more) when Black Hat Europe returns to The Excel in London December 2-5, 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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