Lastline. 3 Execs. 3 Presentations. Black Hat.  Vegas.

Lastline. 3 Execs. 3 Presentations. Black Hat.  Vegas.


Come see us at Black Hat USA in Las Vegas in the Business Hall (booth 120) during the Black Hat USA two-day main event on August 3 and 4.  Engin Kirda, Giovanni Vigna, and Chris Kruegel  (executive team co-founders, and well known in the industry) will be speaking once each day, at 11, 1, and 3.

Come by the booth for the schedule. The talks are:

  • The Ghost In The Machine (Learning) Giovanni Vigna
  • Deep Content Inspection – Beyond Executable File Analysis – Christopher Kruegel
  • Detecting Ransomware with Lastline – Engin Kirda

Stay and get a demo of Lastline Enterprise after the presentations.

We also have some great news, but we can’t tell you until Black Hat. You will want to come by our booth either to hear about it.

You’ll want to stop by more than once after visiting a number of our partners who will also be at Black Hat.

One of Las Vegas’ mottos is “What happens in Vegas, stays in Vegas”. We hope you’ll leave Las Vegas with some additional knowledge about how Lastline Enterprise protects your environment against advanced malware and data breaches. Registration for the briefings or the Business Hall is at Black Hat Registration

One thing you won’t want to leave Las Vegas with is an infected laptop or mobile device. Numerous articles are online with advice on protecting these devices and even your credit cards, while both at the event, at leading coffee shops, or even in your hotel room. One article from last year even suggested buying a burner phone for use while in Las Vegas. For those who want to have “everything security”, Defcon runs from August 4 through August 7.

Check out  the awards we’ve been winning. A lot of them!  Our new awards page is here Lastline Awards

For those who haven’t seen it, Lastline was named a leader in “The Forrester Wave™ Automated Malware Analysis Report, Q2 2016” several   months ago. To obtain a copy, Forrester Wave

We also received a patent in June for our technology. Read about it here –  Methods and Systems for Malware Detection Based on Environmental-Dependent Behavior