Wild West Hackin’ Fest San Diego

March 1st, 2021
Creatio Accelerate

 March 1st, 2021  

Wild West Hackin’ Fest San Diego

Event submitted on Monday, October 5th 2020, approved by Charles Villanueva

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* This is an online event (webinar)

 Our Review

This is one of those genuine Hacker Conferences that we love here at InfoSec-Conferences. Highly recommended conference, especially for those in the West, California et al.

- Review written by Henry Dalziel on Monday, October 5th 2020.
- If you would like to edit or ammend facts in my review please either send us a message or connect with me via LinkedIn.

Event Summary

The following description was either submitted by the Conference Organizer on Monday, October 5th 2020, or created by us.

More than just a conference, Wild West Hackin’ Fest (WWHF) is committed to offering high-quality information security education to beginners and seasoned professionals alike. With reasonably priced training, conferences, hands-on labs, and workshops, WWHF lowers the barrier to entry for those seeking to enter into the world of information security. WWHF also offers a venue for those already established in the industry to share ideas, give back, and continue learning.

WWHF puts teachers who love teaching into conversation with students who love learning through conferences, training, Roundup events, and Hackin’ Casts.

Conferences
Conferences serve as a crossroads for infosec professionals to respond to one others’ work, which leads to new developments and fresh insights that practitioners can incorporate into practices at their own respective organizations. In addition to some of the best keynote speakers in the industry, conference attendees can expect to find hands-on labs and engaging workshops in a highly interactive environment.

Wild West Training
Wild West Training courses range from introductory-level courses that engage beginners in specialized courses focused on topics at the cutting edge of information security. WWHF always seeks to set fair prices on training courses so that budgetary constraints do not impede the professional development of budding infosec practitioners. With free and “Pay What You Want” courses, WWHF veteran instructors commit themselves to share knowledge and experience gained over the years. Moreover, WWHF seeks to fairly compensate instructors who dedicate countless hours to creating courses and materials for others to benefit from.

The Roundup and Wild West Hackin’ Casts
The Roundup brings together some of the brightest minds in the industry to discuss a particular topic at the frontier of infosec. Regularly scheduled Wild West Hackin’ Casts—which include hands-on workshops, discussions, and presentations—feature infosec professionals sharing their knowledge. Attendees enjoy both The Roundup and Hackin’ Cast events free of charge.

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