News from the InfoSec conferences in Las Vegas.
Here’s what people at the annual "hacker summer camp" think you need to do.
Whatever you do, don't roll a 4.
For two hours, I endured chokeholds and getting rolled by cybersecurity experts in Las Vegas.
The beloved children’s toy picks up some slang at Defcon.
Security flaws included, no assembly required.
Researchers found 17 vulnerabilities on systems that control traffic signals and water levels in major cities around the world.
The credit-monitoring company’s new chief information security officer shares his vision for cleaning up Equifax’s mess.
More like point-of-fail systems.
It's the breakfast of champion hackers.
In the same way most people don't think about breathing and blinking, either.
Let's talk about the security of smart speakers.
From discovering a real-life line hack to spinning on my head, my first visit to the Black Hat and Defcon security conferences was wild.