BSides Huntsville 2021
Event submitted on Thursday, September 24th 2020, approved by Charles Villanueva ✓
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The fun and cheap way to earn CEU’s.
Instead of paying way too much to listen to some guy in a suit try and sell you something, you can pay just a few bucks to hear actual programmers and hackers talk about the unfiltered side of Cybersecurity.
Instead of trying to think of questions that will expose the salesperson as a fraud, you can have interesting exchanges with people that have actually gained access to high-security facilities.
BSides Huntsville is the conference for those that work in the trenches of Cybersecurity. This is the opportunity for you to engage in fierce discussions about the next big ideas or the worst product you’ve ever seen but in a friendly and informal setting.
BSides Huntsville presented by NAC-ISSA!
This will be BSides’s 7th year in the Rocket City and we intend to make it a great event.
All the BSides volunteers are working hard to put together an educational and exceptional conference for an unbeatable price. So if you are just getting started, trying to level up, or are already a mad scientist of Cyber Security looking for the next project, go ahead and grab your ticket, there is a hard limit and once they are gone there will be no more. Keep an eye on the site and your email after you grab a ticket, we will be updating the agenda, and you don’t want to miss out on any special offerings we will post up here 1st.
Training day is February 5th, Showtime is February 6th!
Cyber Security companies and organizations, do you want to get the word out in the Huntsville area? We will have a few hundred dedicated highly motivated technical experts all converging in one spot for a few hours. They all want to learn, and you want them to learn about your products and capabilities. We have limited availability for sponsorships on a first-come basis.