Akto Takes Center Stage at Black Hat 2023 in Las Vegas
Akto team will be presenting at Arsenal at Black Hat USA 2023 in Las Vegas. Come and join the team!
When the discussion turns to cybersecurity, one name stands out in the minds of industry experts and enthusiasts alike: Black Hat. More than just a conference, it’s a convergence of brilliance and creativity in the field of cybersecurity. Year after year, the event hosts a rich tapestry of innovators, thought leaders, and security experts, united by a common goal—to shed light on the latest trends, threats, and solutions in the ever-evolving realm of cybersecurity. One such latest trend is API Security.
This year, among the distinguished participants, stands Akto, a new and emerging API security vendor.
Welcome note from the CEO
Akto’s Engaging Presence at Black Hat
During Black Hat, attendees have the opportunity to meet and engage with the Akto team in a variety of ways.
Watch Akto team present at Arsenal
Mark your calendars for Wednesday, Aug 9 at 11:30 am at Station 4. Akto’s founders will be discussing Akto's open-source product. This is a great opportunity to learn more about our open source API Security platform. Explore its capabilities, ask questions, and gain insights directly from the founders.
During our presentation, our team will provide a deep dive into the features and capabilities of our open-source tool, which can be accessed via our GitHub repository here . We encourage you to come say Hi to us and join us for this exciting event and learn more about how Akto can help you secure your APIs.
Coffee with Founders
From August 6th to 10th, seize the unique opportunity to sit down with Ankita and Ankush for an in-depth conversation about API security and Akto over coffee. For those attending Black Hat 2023, this is an opportunity not to be missed. You can schedule a time to meet the founders and learn more about Akto's groundbreaking approach to API security. Ask us Anything
Black Hat 2023 is more than a convention; it's a community, a space for exchange, learning, and growth. In the midst of this vibrant gathering, Akto’s founders are offering their time and expertise to anyone interested in delving into the world of API security. They will be at Black Hat to share, learn, and engage with fellow community members. If you find yourself drawn to the crossroads of technology and security and wish to explore these realms with the Akto team, don't hesitate to seek them out. It's a conversation that promises to be as enlightening as it is engaging.
Here is an update to this blog.
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