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UAE-based cyber security firm DarkMatter prepares for multi-faceted participation in Hack in the Box Security Conference
DarkMatter, the international cyber security firm headquartered in the UAE, today announced its participation at the upcoming Hack in the Box (HiTB) Security Conference. Taking place from 10-14 April, 2017 at the NH Grand Krasnapolsky in Amsterdam, DarkMatter will use its presence at this leading computer security conference to showcase its latest offerings in the areas of Cryptographic analysis, Cryptanalysis – in particular side channel analysis, systems vulnerabilities research and penetration testing. DarkMatter will also use this platform to attract top international talent.
Users assume the underlying hardware and software system, mobile antivirus, password managers and encryption technology will protect them from malicious attacks on their communications. Upcoming research at the HITB Security Conference in Amsterdam suggests to think twice before trusting mobile security blindly and shows that security is not a final product, but rather a bumpy process.
Hack In The Box announced an exciting line-up for its annual security conference taking place in Amsterdam on April 13th and 14th. Groundbreaking security research covering new exploit methodology and several zero-days, will be disclosed during the event. These disclosures affect a wide range of technologies from network and mobile security implementations, payment systems, to web browsers and more.
The agenda for talks at this year's HITB Security Conference in Amsterdam have been announced! Taking place on the 13th and 14th of April, the conference is packed as always with a wide range of talks covering everything from attacks against medical devices to hands-on sessions on using machine learning for security applications to malicious document analysis and attacking Bluetooth locks!
The 8th annual Hack In The Box Security Conference in Amsterdam will feature brand new 2 and 3-day hands-on technical trainings covering a wide variety of topics from Linux kernel exploitation techniques to advanced malware analysis and more.