[SecurityWeek] Black Hat Keynote: Mobile Platforms ‘Actively Obstructing’ Zero-Day Malware Hunters

Prominent security practitioner Matt Tait kicked off the annual Black Hat security conference Wednesday with a call for platform vendors to make major technology changes to help cope with the surge in major software supply chain attacks.

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