The Top 10 Moments in Black Hat History

The annual Black Hat conference is just weeks away. Before this year’s conference kicks off, let’s take a look at some of the most memorable and impactful moments in the history of the event.

10. Black Hat 2012: Apple’s Dallas De Atley speaks on iOS security publicly for the first time Black Hat 2012 was home to what many expected to be a major milestone in the security industry: Apple’s first ever public discussion of iOS security. After Apple pulled the plug on a scheduled presentation at Black Hat 2008, there were high hopes and a packed room for platform security manager Dallas De Atley’s talk in 2012. Ultimately, the talk underwhelmed the audience, with Atley delivering a canned presentation and exiting quickly without time for questions. Nonetheless, the event still marked a milestone in starting the broader security discussion with the tech giants of today. Image via VentureBeat.

10 of the most memorable moments in Black Hat history

Black Hat has been home to some of the most groundbreaking – and entertaining – moments in cyber security. From major vulnerability disclosures to unbelievable hack demonstrations to packed talks, here are some of the biggest moments in Black Hat history.

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