Live On The Floor
More than 15,000 hackers and security professionals gathered at the Mandalay Bay hotel in Las Vegas last week for Black Hat 2016. With that came bunch of seriously wacky and wild sights, including giant robots, alien bars and booths to physically bash competitive security solutions. However, there were also some serious sights, including a keynote addressing the future of iInternet security, new vendor debuts and the latest in car hacking vulnerabilities. CRN was on site at the event last week – here are 10 sights that stood out from the show floor this year.