What To Expect At Black Hat 2018
The annual Black Hat conference has grown over the past two-plus decades into a premier stage for security researchers to demonstrate the latest hacks on devices, systems and critical infrastructure.
More than 17,000 attendees and 300 companies will pack Las Vegas' Mandalay Bay Convention Center to share critical security research and insight and demonstrate the latest products and technologies.
As we head into Black Hat 2018, CRN sat down with executives from nine prominent cybersecurity vendors to see what trends they're expecting to hear more about at this year's event.
From product interoperability and third-party vulnerabilities to data loss prevention and threats to critical infrastructure, here are the top cybersecurity trends industry leaders are watching out for at this year's show.