Join Rezilion in Las Vegas for Black Hat, BSides and DEFCON, 2023
This time every year, Las Vegas transforms into the epicenter of the security world with a lineup of major industry events – Black Hat, BSides and DEFCON. Rezilion is excited to be taking part in all three events in 2023. Here’s a look at what we have planned – and how you can join us in Vegas this August.
What to Know
At Black Hat, Rezilion will be mourning the death of Traditional SCA as we look towards the next generation of software supply chain security.
- Join us at our booth to share a remembrance of Traditional SCA, plus catch demos, giveaways and a chance to win a free Apple Watch in our daily drawing.
- We’ll be joined at the booth by a very-Vegas special guest, who will help us to officiate our farewell ceremony – and take a selfie or two with guests.
- Meet with a member of the Rezilion team for a private demo of our next-gen SCA solution.
- Attend our presentation, The Runtime Revolution: Agentless Runtime Analysis is Here. Why it’s Vital for Vulnerability Management and how it’s Possible, during one of two time slots (more details below).
At BSides, Rezilion’s Research team will tackle vulnerability management in two talks.
- Towards Effective & Scalable Vulnerability Management, held on August 8th from 10:30–10:50 in Florentine F at The Tuscany.
- Hiding in Plain Sight – The Untold Story of Hidden Vulnerabilities, in Florentine A, also on August 8th, from 6:00–6:45 pm.
At DEFCON 31, Rezilion researchers present on MI-X (Am I Exploitable?), Rezilion’s open-source tool aimed at determining actual exploitability of specific vulnerabilities. The demo will take place August 12 from 12:00-1:55 in the Council Boardroom at the Forum.
Rezilion at Black Hat
Get ready to meet the future of vulnerability management as Rezilion heads to Black Hat USA August 9 and 10.
Our exhibition will lay to rest the old definition of Software Composition Analysis, ushering in a new generation of vulnerability management tools. It’s the death of SCA as we know it, and Rezilion is on the cutting edge of what’s coming next.
Visit us at Booth #1686
- Wednesday, August 9, 10am – 6pm
- Thursday, August 10, 10am – 4pm
- Mandalay Bay Convention Center
This year at our booth, we’ll be bidding a fond farewell to our old friend, Traditional SCA.
Born around the year 2000, Traditional SCA emerged on the software security technology scene as a solution for addressing the risks associated with Open Source Software (OSS). The tool began its career helping organizations to free themselves from the tangle of spreadsheets and manual tracking documents previously used by developers to track open source components being used in their software applications.
In middle age, Traditional SCA surged in popularity, becoming a vital resource for software security professionals and developers alike, helping organizations to secure software releases efficiently in the age of DevOps. In its later years, however, Traditional SCA was plagued with challenges, including vision issues and incorrectly diagnosing a variety of software vulnerabilities in users’ environments that did not actually pose a risk. Lacking an ability to keep pace with modern organizations’ accelerating release plans and increasingly complex security challenges, the tool sadly fell out of favor.
Traditional SCA has lived a long and prosperous life. Which is why it is only fitting that this year at Black Hat, we will be saying goodbye in true Vegas style, as we introduce the next generation of software supply chain security, as experienced through Rezilion’s platform.
We’ll be joined at the booth by a very-Vegas special guest, who will help us to officiate our farewell ceremony – and take a selfie or two with guests. It’s bound to be an untraditional experience, unlike anything you’ve ever seen at Black Hat before…you won’t want to miss it!
Meet With Rezilion at Black Hat (or Before)
- Join us at our booth to share a remembrance of Traditional SCA, plus catch demos, giveaways and a chance to win a free Apple Watch in our daily drawing
- Meet with a member of the Rezilion team for a private demo of our “beyond SCA” solution. Get in touch with us today to schedule your meeting time. Book now.
- Not heading to the show this year? Skip the lines and meet with us in the weeks before or after Black Hat and get a free Apple Watch SE as our way of saying thank you for your…ahem…time. Learn more.
Black Hat Conference Presentations
Wednesday, August 9 | 3:35pm-3:55pm ( Mandalay Bay L )
4:45pm-5:05pm (Business Hall Theater C)
Current methods of vulnerability management are fundamentally broken. Using standard tools, it’s too noisy, too time-consuming, and wastes the precious time of both Dev and Security teams. The answer to these woes is Runtime Analysis, which reveals both the software components present in a user’s unique environment, and tracks how they’re being executed in runtime – to determine exploitability and inform prioritization.
Rezilion introduced the industry’s first runtime analysis capability four years ago – and today we’re doing it agentlessly. In this session, we’ll overview how we developed our runtime analysis approach and how it’s being used by our customers today, explain the innovation behind our new agentless capability– and why this is a game changer for vulnerability management today.
Featuring: Liran Tancman, CEO and Co-Founder, Rezilion and Joan Goodchild, Head of Content, Rezilion
Bsides Las Vegas
Bsides Las Vegas is back this year and will be held at The Tuscany on August 8 & 9th.
Rezilion’s research team will be hosting two informational sessions on vulnerability management.
Join Rezilion’s Head of Vulnerability Research, Yotam Perkal, for his presentation, Towards Effective & Scalable Vulnerability Management, held on August 8th from 10:30–10:50 in Florentine F.
Next, Perkal will present Hiding in Plain Sight – The Untold Story of Hidden Vulnerabilities, in Florentine A, also on August 8th from 6:00–6:45 pm.
DEFCON 31 will take place August 10-13 at Caesar’s Forum, as well as at the Flamingo, Harrah’s, and Linq hotels. Rezilion researchers will be presenting at DEFCON Demo Labs this year. Their presentation will focus on MI-X (Am I Exploitable?), Rezilion’s open-source tool aimed at effectively determining whether a local host or running container is truly affected by a specific vulnerability by accounting for all factors which affect *actual* exploitability.
The demo will take place August 12 from 12:00-1:55 in the Council Boardroom at the Forum.