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We Are Flying to Singapore for Black Hat Asia

It’s March and you know what this means…? The brightest information security event in the world is just around the corner!

After packing up our stuff at Black Hat in Vegas last year, we decided to come and meet our students in Asia. Yes, you’ve guessed it: We’re sponsoring Black Hat Asia 2018 in Singapore!

Save The Date!

We would like to invite you to come and visit us! Come say Hi to the team on March 22 and 23 at Booth D08. If you’re interested in learning some new tricks, we’ll tell you all about our full range of IT Security training courses, corporate training solutions, and our innovative virtual labs.

You can also grab one of our stickers there and get started on the PTS training course for FREE. As our student, you might even go home with one of our sought-after FORGED t-shirts 😉

Anyways, we are all in for a good time, to pursue the very latest security trends, and discover ground-breaking tools to keep you up all-day-long.

Once You Go Black Hat

Speaking of ground-breaking tools, we’ve got some pretty good news!

Adversary simulations, web attacks, hands-on hacking, and much more training sessions designed exclusively for Black Hat will take place at the beautiful Marina Bay Sands Hotel, in Singapore.

In the Briefings, security experts will be discussing their research in the fields of Crypto (famous in 2018), Forensics, Appsec, Malware, IoT, and much more.

In the Arsenal, multiple researchers and developers will showcase exciting new open-source tools to the community. In turn, you will be able to get your hands on some pretty cutting-edge stuff.

If you’re more interested in networking, check out the Business Hall where hundreds of leading InfoSec professionals and security vendors will resort.

Hope we see you guys there!

Can’t make it to Black Hat Asia? We’ll meet you in Black Hat USA later this year!
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