We are excited to announce our participation at this year’s Black Hat USA 2016, taking place July 30 – August 4. Raimund Genes, chief technology officer, and Ed Cabrera, chief cybersecurity officer, will be on-hand to discuss various booth presentations throughout the event demonstrating ransomware attacks, along with threat researchers detailing their experience with WPAD and kernel exploits.
The following are additional details regarding speaker sessions:
Wednesday, August 3, 11:30 a.m.-12:20 p.m. – Mandalay Bay EF
Matt Molinyawe and Jasiel Spelman, vulnerability analysts and exploit developers, ZDI
Abdul-Aziz Hariri, security researcher, ZDI
Joshua Smith, senior vulnerability researcher, ZDIThis presentation will detail insights into state of the art software exploitation discovered during Pwn2Own 2016. Topics covered include modern browser exploitation, the complexity of kernel Use-After-Free exploitation, and the simplicity of exploiting logic errors and directory traversals in the kernel.
Thursday, August 4, 12:10pm-12:35pm – Mandalay Bay BCD
Maxim Goncharov, senior threat researcher, Trend Micro
This presentation will discuss well-known risks in WPAD protocol that have been largely overlooked by the security community to date. Several experiments have been conducted to explore these risks and potential exploit vectors.
For more information and coverage from the conference, follow @TrendMicro. Stop by booth No. 124 to meet additional Trend Micro experts.