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Black Hat USA and DEF CON 2017: And that’s a wrap!

Another week of InfoSec in the desert is history. Black Hat USA started as the Black Hat Briefings in 1997, and has remained mostly corporate. It grew out of the hacker-friendly environment of DEF CON which started as a going away party for a friend of the founder, Jeff Moss, in 1993. Together, the two […]

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Fault Injection Podcast: Kevin Mitnick discusses how to stay secure at security conferences

Fault Injection is a podcast from Synopsys that digs into software quality and security issues. In this episode, host Robert Vamosi, CISSP and Security Strategist at Synopsys, interviews Kevin Mitnick about how to stay secure at security conferences. Kevin draws on tips from his latest book, The Art of Invisibility: The World’s Most Famous Hacker […]

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What Dark Web failures can teach us about security at Black Hat and DEF CON

Last week, authorities in multiple countries served warrants to take down a Dark Web site generating a reported $600-$800 thousand a day in sales of illegal drugs and other products. The clue that led authorities to the real-world admin behind the site was a personal email address used in the site’s early days. It provided […]

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Here’s how to dress for software integrity success at Black Hat USA 2017

Black Hat USA 2017 takes place from July 22-27 at Mandalay Bay in sunny Las Vegas! What’s Synopsys up to at Black Hat USA 2017? During the event, be sure to stop by booth #1132 to pick up a t-shirt. Who doesn’t love a free t-shirt, right?! If someone from the Synopsys team spots you […]

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The countdown to codenomi-con USA 2017 is on!

Join the Synopsys team as we host the world’s most exclusive cybersecurity event at the House of Blues inside of Mandalay Bay in Las Vegas on Tuesday, July 25. In addition to an evening of networking and entertainment, our thought leadership program will include presentations on DevOps security, IoT, and building security into your SDLC. […]

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Win a free pass to Black Hat USA 2017

Black Hat 2017 is just around the corner. We’re excited to be going back this year and we want you to join the fun. In fact, we’re offering you a chance to win a free pass to Black Hat USA 2017. Enter by June 28th for a chance to win a briefings pass to the […]

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How secure is AngularJS?

Synopsys Principal Security Consultant, Ksenia Dmitrieva-Peguero, recently posed the question at the information security conference, Securi-Tay: How secure is AngularJS? With seven years of experience in the AppSec space, and five years of software development experience, Ksenia’s current concentration centers on the analysis of JavaScript frameworks–researching their security implications, vulnerability discovery, and remediation. In her latest […]

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Embedded World and CodenomiCON Europe 2017 will kick your IoT security into high gear

Each year the Embedded World Exhibition and Conference in Nuremberg offers the embedded community an opportunity to gather information about new products and innovations, and to develop valuable contacts with others in the industry. An estimated 930 exhibitors will be presenting state-of-the-art embedded technologies at this year’s event. Embedded World Conference 2017 Join us in […]

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RSA Conference 2017: An ecosystem of security events

With the ongoing expansion of the Moscone Conference Center in downtown San Francisco, the RSA Conference planners had to be creative this year. To some degree they were successful (perhaps too successful) in breaking old habits and re-directing people to new locations, including new related events nearby. This pattern shift underscores how, at the end […]

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Gary McGraw’s Shmoocon keynote recaps security career with advice

Gary McGraw provided this year’s keynote address at Shmoocon, held January 13-15 at the Washington Hilton in Washington, D.C. His talk, “Seven Things: Frank Zappa, T. Coraghassen Boyle, and 21 Years in Security,” touches upon valuable insights gleaned over McGraw’s more than 21 years in software security. It also reflects his many interests. Watch the […]

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