The Official Unofficial 2014 “Best of BlackHat” swag list

The Official Unofficial 2014 “Best of BlackHat” swag list

Swag hunting: The trick-or-treat equivalent for adults at events.

If you’re here with the 7,000+ folks here at BlackHat in Vegas this week, you will see no shortage of t-shirts, pens, bags, rubber speakers, and stress balls. I have curated the 2014 “Best of BlackHat” swag with my not-so-subtle sleuthing! So what are the vendors handing out that have our attendees in a frenzy? In no particular order, let’s drive straight into it!

Disclaimer: If you want any of these, you’ll have to look at the photos for clues of where they came from! Consider it a swag treasure hunt!

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Because sometimes you just need a little “viking” for your wardrobe!

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Can’t decide which way to go? A multipurpose charging dongle for on-the-go and some temporary tats that will last just long enough for this show.

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“This is the only white t-shirt here! Looks like standard issue is black or blue all around!” – said at least 5 attendees.

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The token “Keep Calm and _____” swag

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Pew pew! Zap those zany data breachers!

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What’s more dangerous than an axe? A bag of axes that blink ferociously!

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A messenger bag with swag!

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What is Bruce Lee’s favorite drink? WA-TAHHHHHH!

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Listen up! No really!

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Any IT office could use a few more foam dart guns!

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With this you could print out any swag you want!

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Keep cool at your desk with this USB fan!

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Always remember to hydrate!

Did I miss anything else that was super cool? Please share in the comments below so everyone can go home swag-drunk.



Ellis Luk

Ellis comes from a social media and copywriting background. She has experience growing and developing social marketing efforts with an H2H (human-to-human) approach. At Druva, she runs all things social in collaboration with events, content, PR, AR, and customer advocacy. Prior to Druva, she led the social and content efforts at Totango.


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