The latest news and comment from the Black Hat hacker conference.
Black Hat News
Attacks against routers and IoT devices will generate consumer demand for intrusion prevention systems, the company believes read more »
The group aims to improve cyber security of medical, automotive, home electronics, and public infrastructure systems read more »
The EMV or 'chip-and-PIN' system is not without security flaws, researchers warned read more »
Miller and Valasek hackable car report is causing a stir read more »
Security researchers demonstrated that they can completely compromise such devices by using programmable smart cards read more »
Multipath TCP improves performance but hampers security read more »more news ..
Black Hat Blogsmore blogs ..
Watch this on demand webinar which explores IT innovation, managed print services and business agility.
Check out our latest articles on Microsoft's next-generation operating system.
Join ComputerworldUK's editor in chief, Mike Simons, and Dell executives in a series of video discussions on how to respond to cyver criminals.
Following HP's dispute with Autonomy, we look back at other HP acquisitions in this Computerworld UK slideshow.
Black Hat In Depth
Cripple the automated processes presented by malware platforms and the threats aren't quite so serious read more »
Changing career focus can surprise you read more »
There are no vendors large enough to control the IoT but vendors can make a mess of it. read more »
Joining an open-source community isn't required to land a development job, but it could help read more »
Trustwave to show how it outwitted Google Play defense against Android malware; Stonesoft to air free 'Evader' detection tool read more »
At the 2012 London Olympics this summer, hackers will be out in full force read more »more in depth ..
Black Hat Slideshows
Hacked planes. Unstoppable, utterly malicious flash drives. Hotel automation gone crazy. These are the 10 most terrifying security stories out of the premier hacker and security conferences in Las Vegas. read more »
From mobile phones and cars to IPv6, security researchers have turned their skills against a world of technology read more »
With so many open source software projects under way at any given moment, it can be difficult to keep tabs on all that's going on read more »
Lindsay Lohan, Lady Gaga and Stephen Colbert collide with Twitter, iPads and hackers. read more »more slideshows ..