The 10th Annual HITB Security Conference & Haxpo Exhibition (Amsterdam, Netherlands – May 9-10, 2019) – ResearchAndMarkets.com
DUBLIN–(BUSINESS WIRE)–The “The
10th Annual HITB Security Conference & Haxpo Exhibition”
conference has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com’s
Taking place across 5 days from the 6th till the 10th of May 2019, the
theme for the conference this year is ‘The Hacks of Future Past’.
As usual, the event will start with 2 and 3-days of technical training
sessions on the 6th, 7th and 8th, followed by the 2-day multi-track
conference, two Capture the Flag competitions, a massive technology
exhibition (HITB Haxpo) featuring an expanded showcase area dedicated to
past, present and future hacks. The event will have areas covering
everything from lock picking and soldering, to AI, blockchain and
There will also be villages dedicated to EU hackerspaces, car hacking,
IoT, SCADA, and hardware related exhibits plus our first ever
self-driving, self-racing car challenge!
Alongside the main conference tracks, HITB labs, and Haxpo track, the
organizer will also be hosting an edition of Blackhoodie – a free, women
only reverse engineering workshop on the 9th and 10th of May.
Who Should Attend
- Past Exploit Laboratory students who want to take their elite
exploitation skills to the ARM platform.
- Pentesters working on ARM embedded environments. (SoCs, IoT, etc)
- Red Team members, who want to pen-test custom binaries and exploit
custom built applications.
- Bug Hunters, who want to write exploits for all the crashes they find.
- Members of military or government cyberwarfare units.
- Members of reverse engineering research teams.
- People frustrated at software to the point they want to break it!
For more information about this conference visit https://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/jhr656/the_10th_annual?w=4
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