Black Hat Europe 2017

2017-12-04 - 2017-12-07
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General Manager
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415 947 6249

Black Hat provides attendees with the very latest in research, development, and trends in Information Security. Here the brightest professionals and researchers in the industry will come together for a total of four days--two days of deeply technical hands-on Trainings, followed by two days of the latest research and vulnerability disclosures in the Briefings.

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Mon, Dec 4 - Tue, Dec 5
Often designed exclusively for Black Hat, Trainings provide hands-on skill building for both offensive and defensive hackers. Black Hat Trainings are taught by industry experts with the goal of defining and defending tomorrow's InfoSec landscape.



Wed, Dec 6 - Thurs, Dec 7
Learn the very latest information security risks and trends at Black Hat Briefings. Security experts from around the world will share ground breaking research, open-source tools, and zero day exploits. Check back soon for Briefings information.



Wed, Dec 6 - Thurs, Dec 7
Network with more than 1,600 InfoSec professionals and evaluate a range of security products and solutions offered by Black Hat sponsors. The 2017 Business Hall brings more opportunities for attendee, vendor, and community engagement.


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The Business Hall at Black Hat Europe provides the opportunity to network with top security experts, the world's most cutting edge researchers and the region's leading solution providers at Black Hat Europe 2017. The 2017 expansion brings more opportunities for attendee, vendor and community engagement, including two Business Theaters, Arsenal, Career Opportunities, the Black Hat Store, and the Business Hall Networking Lounge.

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Partner Voices

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