The company that organises the Black Hat hackers conference in the US has reached a legal settlement with a company known as Crown Sterling over a sponsored talk that was presented at the 2019 conference and then taken down from the conference website after several attendees questioned its veracity.
The Black Hat security conference has changed its mind about having Texas Republican Will Hurd as keynote speaker for its event in Las Vegas from 3 to 8 August, after the politician's voting on women's issues surfaced and was criticised.
A Danish-based startup is taking a fresh approach to security testing, recruiting white hat hackers to test vulnerabilities for a reward.
Lets hope for a Biden win in November for the worlds sake including Assange's.
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