1Password will be in Las Vegas for the annual Black Hat USA conference. Will we see you there?
Black Hat USA is an internationally recognized cybersecurity event series providing the most technical and relevant InfoSec research. The global security community congregates at the conference for the latest cutting-edge research, developments, and trends.
This year, we’re thrilled to be sponsoring the event, hosting our own booth, and running a session on passkeys.
Here’s a quick rundown of everything we’ll be up to:
Stop by the 1Password booth
If you’re attending Black Hat USA, come by booth 2816 any time and say hi! Come chat with our team about all things cybersecurity, enterprise solutions, developer tools, and passwordless. You’ll find out why over 100,000 businesses trust 1Password with their security and get to leave with a smile.
Plus, you can come grab a free drink and see 1Password in action with a live demo during the scheduled booth crawl.
Black Hat Booth Crawl
August 9, 4:00 – 5:00 PM PT
Booth 2816, Mandalay Bay Business Hall
Catch our passkeys seminar
Black Hat is packed with insightful sessions and seminars featuring some of the most influential members of the security industry.
Make sure you don’t miss 1Password’s seminar:
Passkeys: Preventing Social Engineering Attacks in the Era of Generative AI
August 9, 1:50 PM PT – 2:10 PM PT
Mandalay Bay L
Join this session with Anna Pobletts, head of passwordless at 1Password, to discuss the evolution of social engineering attacks against authentication and identity systems and the crucial role that passkeys play in protecting users, their digital identities and shaping the future of security.
Online identity is rapidly evolving, but still reliant on humans protecting themselves from cyber threats. As major advancements in AI threaten to upskill the attacker, we’ll see more sophisticated, hyper-realistic, and strategic attacks. The ultimate goal should be removing human error altogether. A passwordless future with passkeys promises to do just that.
Come say hi!
If you see any 1Password team members, come up and say hello! Black Hat is all about geeking out with fellow security-conscious friends, discussing complex problems, and learning how we can make the world a safer place for everyone.