Arxan to Exhibit and Hold Expert Talks at Black Hat USA 2017

LAS VEGAS, NV--(Marketwired - July 25, 2017) - Arxan Technologies, the trusted leader for application protection solutions, today announced it will exhibit and hold talks with notable industry experts at Black Hat USA 2017, taking place from July 22-27, 2017 in Las Vegas, Nevada. Along with exhibiting, Arxan will provide live demonstrations and hold onsite presentations about the challenges associated with application security today.

Hosted by Aaron Lint, Vice President of Research at Arxan Technologies, these interactive sessions will expose critical vulnerabilities found in enterprise and consumer apps. Attendees will also receive an overview of Arxan's application protection solution.

Talk Details At-A-Glance:

Session: The Network Is Not Enough
When: Wednesday, July 26 and Thursday, July 27 at 2:30 PM
Where: Black Hat USA 2017 Business Hall, Arxan Booth #439
Who: Aaron Lint, ‎Vice President of Research at Arxan Technologies and Johnny Xmas, Sr. Information Security Consultant
What: Most enterprises focus on protecting their network and perimeter, and think their sensitive information and data are secure. During this talk, Aaron Lint and Johnny Xmas address how this traditional approach to network security leaves most enterprises vulnerable to a major attack -- especially given the exponential growth in web and mobile applications. They will cover the typical types of attacks that are happening at the application layer and will focus on pragmatic steps professionals can take to protect high-value applications from the growing threat of attacks occurring today.

Session: JavaScript: Perils & Opportunities
When: Wednesday, July 26 and Thursday, July 27 at 11:00 AM and at 4:00 PM
Where: Black Hat USA 2017 Business Hall, Arxan Booth #439
Who: Aaron Lint, ‎Vice President of Research at Arxan Technologies and Paul Dant, Senior Security Engineer at Arxan Technologies
What: JavaScript is everywhere today. This ubiquity has given rise to exponential growth in hybrid mobile apps and their frameworks. An increasing number of mobile payment and banking applications, which utilize JavaScript, are exposing large vulnerabilities of private consumer financial data. Aaron Lint and Paul Dant will present a few key precautions and technology best practices that enterprises can utilize to protect themselves and their customers against tampering and attacks that target JavaScript-based applications.

Aaron Lint is a frequent speaker for industry conferences with past speaking engagements including The Blockchain Event, Inside Dark Web and most recently Mobile Payments Conference, in addition to regularly being published in the media. At Black Hat USA 2016, Aaron won the Booz Allen Hamilton's Kaizen Capture the Flag competition.

Johnny Xmas is a penetration tester for the Chicago-based Security Assessment Firm "RedLegg." He's been speaking internationally on the topics of Information Security, Career Advancement and Social Engineering for nearly 15 years, both in and very far outside of the Information Security community. His infamous mixture of humor, raw sincerity and honest love of people often leads to lighthearted, but at their cores, serious discussions revolving around our innate desires to get in our own way.

Paul Dant has been coding and hacking since 1987 and still spends a lot of time thinking of ways to break systems. As a security researcher, he has performed offensive security testing of facilities ranging from nuclear energy plants to hospitals to tent-pole film sets. He is currently an evangelist at Arxan Technologies where he helps organizations better understand and address the inherent challenges around making software secure.

About Arxan Technologies
Arxan, the global trusted leader of application protection solutions, delivers the confidence to build, deploy, and manage an organization's most innovative and valuable applications. Currently protecting more than 1 billion application instances across industries including financial services, mobile payments, healthcare, automotive, gaming, and entertainment, the company provides the industry's most comprehensive application protection solution. Unlike legacy security providers that rely on perimeter-based barriers to keep bad actors out, Arxan protects applications at the source and binary code level to expand the area of trust and provides a broad range of enterprise services and patented security capabilities such as code hardening, obfuscation, encryption, and whitebox cryptography. Founded in 2001, the company is headquartered in North America with global offices in EMEA and APAC. For more information, please visit or follow @Arxan on Twitter.

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