HITB Security Conference Netherlands 2021
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We’re big fans of HITB here at InfoSec-Conferences. Absolutely, highly recommended events that take place in multiple locations.
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Hack In The Box (HITB) is a series of network security and hacking-related conferences that provide cutting-edge hardcore technical talks delivered by some of the most respected names in the computer security industry. Held annually in Asia, Europe, and the Middle East, they are amongst the foremost platforms for the discussion and dissemination of next-generation cyber computer security issues.
Our objective has always been to raise awareness about the risks and importance of security in the digital age and to also nurture new talents. Appealing not only to seasoned security professionals, but also those just starting out on their hacker path, it is our shared responsibility to exchange experiences, propose ground-breaking ideas, and equip ourselves and others with next-generation competencies.
To achieve this, HITB Security Conferences (HITBSecConf) are held to bring together the world’s top thinkers and cybersecurity experts to share their latest knowledge, ideas, and techniques with security professionals and students.
Our events routinely feature two days of conferences with multi-tracks of up-to-date hardcore technical talks delivered by some of the most respected names in the computer security industry. This is also an opportunity for all interested to develop new professional relationships and alliances while keeping your fingers on the pulse of the ever-evolving computer security industry.
To be held virtually this year, our first leg in the series of HITBSecConf kicks off in Amsterdam (HITB2021AMS) on May 27-28. It will be open to the public with free signups. Conference highlights include notable keynote speeches, HITB Capture the Flag competitions – open professionals and students, HITB’s CommSec track, as well as villages, hands-on and interactive labs, and workshops. They cover a wide range of topics from AI to blockchain tech.
In conjunction with the conference, deep-knowledge technical security trainings are offered a few days prior to conference days in the same week (May 24 onwards). Each training is carefully designed and delivered online, live-streamed by seasoned trainers equipped with virtual lab environments, and structured through a learning management system.