Join Intel for trainings, briefings and talks at Black Hat 2019 and DEF CON 27 in Las Vegas. Learn about how Intel, together with partners and customers, is building the trusted foundation for computing in a data-centric world.
Where: Mandalay Bay, Las Vegas
When: Aug. 3-8, 2019
Where: Paris, Ballys, Flamingo and Planet Hollywood Hotels, Las Vegas
When: Aug. 8-11, 2019
|Black Hat Trainings: Applied Hardware Attacks 1 — Embedded and IoT Systems Training and Applied Hardware Attacks 2 — Hardware Pentesting
Maggie Jauregui, Intel security researcher, along with Josh Datko and Thorsten Haas are part of a team of researchers supporting renowned hardware hacker Joe FitzPatrick delivering two hardware security classes at Black Hat. The first training will focus on spending time hands-on with current off-the-shelf hardware. The class will introduce participants to common interfaces on embedded MIPS and ARM systems, and how to exploit physical access to grant software privilege. The second training will focus on putting new skills to the test to analyze how and why hardware hacks belong in scope of certain pen tests, and what that means for threat modeling and deliverables.
When: Saturday and Sunday, Aug. 3-4, 2019
The Applied Hardware Attacks trainings 1 and 2 are SOLD OUT.
|Yanai Moyal||Black Hat Briefing: Behind the Scenes of Intel Security and Manageability
Shai Hasarfaty, Intel principal security research engineer, and Yanai Moyal, Intel security researcher, will discuss Intel’s security engine, CSME (Converged Security and Manageability Engine) and its key security value to the platform. They will share how other firmware environments can achieve the same technology.
When: Wednesday, Aug. 7, 1:30-2:20 p.m. PDT
Where: Mandalay Bay, Islander EI Ballroom
Black Hat 2019 Registration: Link to register
|Amit Elazari||DEF CON Talk at IoT Village organized by Independent Security Evaluators — Regulatory Trends in IoT Security and Impact on the Research Community
Amit Elazari, Intel director of global cybersecurity policy, presents an introduction into the variety and influx of legal and regulatory concepts and proposals shaping the future of IoT security. Her talk will focus specifically on proposed bills, IoT Security core capabilities, anti-hacking laws, and the standards efforts and new security laws taking effect in California and Oregon.
When: Friday, Aug. 9, 1:15-2 p.m. PDT
Where: IoT Village organized by Independent Security Evaluators, a security consulting and research firm.
Registration: Cost for all four days is $300, cash at the door
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