Media Alert: Intel at Black Hat, Diana Initiative
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Join Intel experts on-site at Intel's booth and for presented sessions at this year's Black Hat USA 2022, taking place in Las Vegas and virtually starting August 6. (Credit: Intel Corporation)
Intel will host an exhibition at Black Hat in the Business Hall at the Mandalay Bay Convention Center, booth #1460. Intel's booth on the show floor will feature some of Intel's security innovations, plus live demos, real-world use cases and theatre sessions on Intel's Project Circuit Breaker, research from Intel Labs on security and privacy, confidential computing with Intel® Software Guard Extensions (Intel® SGX), Intel® Threat Detection Technology (Intel® TDT) on the Intel vPro® platform powered by 12th Gen Intel® Core™ and more. Anjuna, Eclypsium, Fortanix, Grip Security and JupiterOne will also participate in theatre sessions on-site.
For a full look at Intel's theatre session schedule at booth #1460, see below (all times PDT; schedule subject to change).
At The Diana Initiative 2022, a diversity-driven conference committed to helping all underrepresented people in information security, Intel will present a talk on fuzzing and Miki Demeter, security researcher at Intel, will close the conference as the final keynote speaker. The keynote is focused on how to take the initiative in one's career journey and is scheduled to start at 4:30 p.m. PDT, Thursday, Aug. 11.
Find out why security begins at the hardware level and how Intel's innovative technologies and research are moving the industry forward.
When: Aug. 6-11
Intel Talks at Black Hat USA 2022:
Project Circuit Breaker, A Community of Elite Hackers
When: 8-8:15 a.m. PDT, Wednesday, Aug. 10
Fault-Injection Detection Circuits: Design, Calibration, Validation and Tuning
Since a timing failure is the primary goal of fault-injection attacks and has been shown as the vehicle to cause unsigned code to run on other security engines, using the TRC to explicitly detect timing failures is Intel's current approach to fault-injection detection in client security engines. Unlike traditional analog voltage and clock monitors, the TRC detects timing failures that result from voltage, clock, temperature and other glitch attacks, like electromagnetic radiation. This session will introduce the TRC technology, how the TRC was integrated into Intel CSME, the process for calibrating the TRC in high volume manufacturing (HVM), as well as the false-positive and fault-injection testing that occurred in our physical attack labs.
When: 3:20-4 p.m. PDT, Wednesday, Aug. 10
When: Aug. 10-11
Where: The Westin Las Vegas Hotel & Spa, Las Vegas
Intel Talk at The Diana Initiative 2022:
Fuzzing: A Must Have in Your Bug-Hunting Arsenal
When: 8:30-9:30 a.m. PDT, Thursday, Aug. 11
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