For those of you in Las Vegas over the next few weeks, there are a lot of training, community and competitive events Security Innovation is hosting you should check out. We look forward to seeing you there! And if you can't make, keep checking back as we'll be sharing materials from these talks.


August 8-11

CMD+CTRL Web & Mobile Hacking Challenge

August 9th & 10th at 10:00am - 9:00pm 
August 11th at 10:00am - 1:00pm

For the fourth year in a row, we will be running our CMD+CTRL cyber range competition at DEF CON. This year, we’ll be featuring our Runstoppable Mobile App and LetSee Marketplace, our most challenging range with lots of API vulnerabilities. Participate as an individual or a team in the contest area. More information >


Securing the Unknown: A Methodology for Auditing Smart Contracts

August 10th at 11:30am
Ben Stewart
Security Engineer

This talk describes how the Security Innovation team is able to quickly digest system flows, business logic, and other specifications to deliver security recommendations that not only protect platforms today but against future threats. More information >


Discovering 0-Days in Zyxel NAS 326

August 9th at 11:00am
Maxwell Dulin
Security Engineer

Maxwell will walk attendees through his research on exploiting Zyxel's NAS 326, a personal cloud storage solution. He’ll describe creative techniques employed and what he ultimately learned from his experience. More information >


Past events

Black Hat USA 2019

August 3-8

Offensive Mobile Reversing and Exploitation

August 3rd-4th
Dinesh Shetty
Principal Engineer and Mobile Center of Excellence Lead

This training session introduces beginner and advanced security enthusiasts to the world of mobile security using a fast-paced learning approach and intensive hands-on labs. More information >

Check out Dinesh's Hacking iOS Applications guide

An Introduction to Hacking Blockchain Applications and Smart Contracts

August 3rd-4th
Mick Ayzenberg
Sr. Security Engineer and Blockchain Center of Excellence Lead

This two day course is a deep-dive into state of the methodologies used when developing smart contracts for Blockchain enabled Decentralized Applications (DApps). Key platforms covered include the Ethereum Blockchain, Web3.0, and the Solidity language. More information >

Check out Mick's webinar Is Blockchain Right for You? The Million Dollar Question