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It just keeps getting bigger – with all the news about stealthy cyber attacks on U.S. corporations and the government, it should be no surprise that both Black Hat and DEFCON had record attendance again this year. Among the notables: organizers at DEFCON running through their allotment of 10,000 coveted “human” attendee badges in a matter of hours on Friday, the first day of the show.

It just keeps getting bigger – with all the news about stealthy cyber attacks on U.S. corporations and the government, it should be no surprise that both Black Hat and DEFCON had record attendance again this year. Among the notables: organizers at DEFCON running through their allotment of 10,000 coveted “human” attendee badges in a matter of hours on Friday, the first day of the show.

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