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2019 Black Hat Conference Debrief: Key Takeaways and Insights

From social media manipulation and Deep Fakes, to DevSecOps and improving Active Directory security, the annual Black Hat conference in Las Vegas highlights the latest in cybercriminal and cyber security counter measures. Join our Chief Cyber Security Scientist Joseph Carson as he shares his observations and insights at this year’s conference along with our annual Black Hat Hacker Survey findings and key takeaways that include:

  • Top privileged account targets preferred by hackers
  • How hackers cover their tracks once a privileged account is compromised
  • Why security professionals and hackers need to close a “trust gap”

The good news? You’ve got automated solutions that can effectively keep threats in check and protect your “keys to the kingdom.”

 

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Joseph Carson

Joseph Carson has over 25 years' experience in enterprise security, is the author of "Privileged Account Management for Dummies" and "Cybersecurity for Dummies", and is a cyber security professional and ethical hacker. Joseph is a cyber security advisor to several governments, critical infrastructure, financial and transportation industries, speaking at conferences globally. Joseph serves as the Chief Security Scientist at Thycotic.

Joseph Carson
Joseph Carson has over 25 years' experience in enterprise security, is the author of "Privileged Account Management for Dummies" and "Cybersecurity for Dummies", and is a cyber security professional and ethical hacker. Joseph is a cyber security advisor to several governments, critical infrastructure, financial and transportation industries, speaking at conferences globally. Joseph serves as the Chief Security Scientist at Thycotic.


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