Las Vegas 2020 COVID-19 Update

We hope this finds you and your loved ones safe and healthy during this time. As the world navigates the extraordinary circumstances that we are facing, I wanted to check-in with our community and address the inquiries we've received in relation to Black Hat USA 2020.

We continue to monitor key developments in the recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic and will follow the guidance of health officials, the State of Nevada and City of Las Vegas on when events can safely resume. We believe in the power of gathering our community to share, inspire, and strengthen our industry and are committed to being that resource in 2020. While we are proceeding with caution towards an in-person event, we are also developing robust digital options in case we need to adjust to circumstances beyond our control. Our goal is to provide the community with the same great research and networking opportunities as we have every year, while adding digital elements to allow our attendees to participate in a way that they are comfortable with.

Lastly, we know that the entire information security industry has been affected, one way or another, by the COVID-19 crisis. We realize the tremendous impact this situation has had on the security of businesses and individuals and know that our community is working overtime to protect people from the security threats brought to light in this time. Thank you to all those working diligently to make our online world safe while the outside world remains uncertain. We are working on ways to support our community during this time and will provide more information on how we are doing so soon.

For future updates regarding Black Hat USA, please check our COVID-19 landing page as we will update this information regularly.

Steve Wylie

General Manager, Black Hat

Sustaining Partners