Black Hat Announces Content Lineup

Black Hat Announces Content Lineup for Black Hat Asia 2024

New Delhi:  Black Hat, the preeminent and comprehensive security event series in the cybersecurity industry, unveiled the schedule of events for Black Hat Asia 2024 today. From April 16 to April 19, the live, in-person event will be held at the Marina Bay Sands Expo & Convention Centre in Singapore.  Forty-nine Arsenal tool demonstrations, forty-three briefings selected by the Black Hat Asia Review Board, and more than twenty-five sponsored sessions will comprise the event.

Participants will acquire knowledge on April 18 and April 19 regarding the most recent information security trends, developments, and threats. Highlights of briefings include:

  • Tracing Credit Card Information Theft to Payment Fraud: Operation PoisonedApple – This presentation will examine a sequence of hacking incidents that recently resulted in substantial data breaches for more than fifty online purchasing malls. In the interim, researchers shall analyze the threat group’s methods, disseminate threat intelligence, and deliberate on possible countermeasures.
  • An Exhaustive Examination and Exposure of Voice Phishing Syndicates Unmasked – This presentation will scrutinize the social engineering tactics employed by specific voice phishing attack groups, encompassing the attack methods utilized during the August 2022 voice phishing incident in South Korea, which caused damages amounting to $4.1 billion.
  • You Shall Not PASS – Analysing an NSO iOS Spyware Sample – This presentation will undertake an examination of a highly sophisticated malware sample obtained from NSO’s BLASTPASS exploit chain. The sample in question exploited a PassKit file transmitted via iMessage in order to circumvent the Blast Door and infiltrate iOS.

From April 16 to April 19, a variety of in-person and virtual courses on pentesting, network technology, open source intelligence (OSINT), and other topics will be presented over the course of two and four days of training.

Among the Highlights of the Training are:

At this time, Business passes, also referred to as Business Hall passes, are offered for the 2024 event. Taking place from April 18 to April 19, the Business Hall will feature the most recent technologies and products from the industry’s foremost providers of information security solutions. Access to the Keynote, Arsenal, Sponsored Sessions, Bricks & Picks, and more is granted to those with a business pass. Passholders of every Black Hat Asia 2024 will be granted access to the Business Hall.

The Black Hat Arsenal at Black Hat Asia will be held from April 18 to April 19 of this year. Black Hat Arsenal is an event that facilitates the collaboration of cybersecurity experts and researchers to exhibit and demonstrate their most recent open-source tools and products in an interactive setting that encourages presenters to engage with attendees in conversation. The sixty in-person tool demonstrations at this year’s event will cover a variety of topics, including hardware, exploitation and ethical hacking, reverse engineering, and the Internet of Things (IoT).

Chief Sponsors and Partners of Black Hat Asia 2024:

  • io, Carbon Black, Appdome, and Upwind Security are all Diamond Sponsors.
  • KnowBe4 and Snyk Platinum Sponsors.
  • Armis, Axonius, Carbon Black, CrowdStrike, KnowBe4, ManageEngine, Qualys, SentinelOne, Snyk, Sophos, Sysdig, and Trend Micro are Sustaining Partners.
  • Armis, Carbon Black, KnowBe4, Snyk, Swimlane, and Varonis are all Global Partners.

To register for Black Hat Asia 2024 or obtain further details, kindly visit the following URL:

About Black Hat

Black Hat is the most reputable and comprehensive security event series in the cybersecurity industry. Established in 1997, these yearly, multi-day conferences inform participants about the most recent advancements, developments, and trends in cybersecurity.

Black Hat events, which are driven by the requirements of the community, feature content sourced directly from the community in the form of summits, briefings, and training courses, among others. Black Hat hosts events in the United States, Canada, Europe, the Middle East, Africa, and Asia, where professionals and scholars from various academic backgrounds and professional levels convene to network, collaborate, and discuss the most pressing cybersecurity issues. To access further details, kindly log onto

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