Black Hat DC 2011

Black Hat DC+2011: MASTER OFFENSE – Training Courses

Announced, Register Early

This year’s Black Hat DC will address the latest in

offensive security techniques and methods affecting

the public and private industry space today. In-depth

Briefings will present research from the security

community, to better understand threats to principal

technologies. We hope to give you the tools and

foresight to protect your environments.


Register For Training or Briefings Early and Save:

Register by December 15th and save $500 off of

the onsite rate.

Register >>


Register with a Group and Save: 10% off for

groups of 6 or more and 15% off for groups of

12 or more. For more information on group

registration, visit the black hat DC+2011

Group Registration page.

Academic Registration is available for full-time

professors and students at an accredited university.

For more information on Academic Registration please

visit our Academic Registration page.


Training Courses Announced for Black Hat DC+2011:

This year’s training courses will offer deep

technical knowledge sharpening the necessary

skills to remain prepared and vigilant while

defending your infrastructure from internal

and external threats. The lineup for training


* Database Breach Investigations: Oracle Edition

by David Litchfield – NEW 2011

* CISSP (R) Boot Camp (Four Day Course – Jan 16-19)

by Shon Harris –

* Cyber Network Defense Bootcamp

by Adam Meyers – NEW 2011

* Designing Secure Protocols and Intercepting

Secure Communication by Moxie Marlinspike

* Digital Intelligence Gathering Using Maltego

by Paterva – NEW 2011

* Information Assurance Officer (IAO) Course

(CNSS-4014E) Certified by Information Assurance

Associates (IA2)

* Real World Security: Attack, Defend, Repel

by Peak Security – NEW 2011

* Tactical Exploitation by Val Smith

* TCP/IP Weapons School 3.0 by Richard Bejtlich,

TaoSecurity – New 2011

* Virtualization for Incident Responders

by Eric Fiterman – Methodvue – New 2011

* Windows Physical Memory Acquisition and

Analysis by Matthieu Suiche – New 2011

Seats are limited for each course and we

encourage you to sign up early to ensure

the seat. For more information and to register,

visit the black Hat DC+2011 event page.


Black Hat DC+2011 – Call For Papers – Closing Dec 1st

There is still time to share your research with

the security world. To submit your presentation

idea for the DC+2011 show visit our Call for

Papers site.

Thank you

Black Hat Team

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