TakeDownCon St. Louis

The Premier Hacking and Offensive Cyber Security Conference

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TAKEDOWNCON St. Louis will provide a unique conference and training event to St. Louis and its surrounding region as this event will be made up of a series of high-end, relevant IT security briefs combined with hands-on, “deep dive” hacking clinics!

Attend this mind-blowing event as you witness the cream of the crop unveil the latest attacks, techniques, tactics and practices of today’s hackers. Plus, gain insight and understanding into ways to effectively protect yourself so you can implement this information immediately when you return to your organization. Please review the TAKEDOWNCON overview below and scroll down to the agenda!

10 speakers

  • Ben Miller Parameter Security
  • Georgia Weidman @georgiaweidman Professional Hacker, Speaker, Author
  • Vadon Willis Forensic Investigator
  • Chuck Easttom Chuck Easttom, Author, Instructor, Inventor
  • Chris Silvers Foundstone
  • Adrian Crenshaw @irongeek_adc Consultant, IronGeek.com

16 sessions

Day 1 from 9am to 6pm Monday 3rd June 2013

Day 2 from 9am to 6pm Tuesday 4th June 2013

Ameristar Casino & Resort

United States United States / St. Louis

One Ameristar Blvd, St. Charles, MO, 63301 - TDC attendees receive a special rate of $129 Sun-Thurs and $149 Fri-Sat

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8 known attendees

  • Paul Coggin
  • Charlie Miller
  • Dave Chronister
  • Paul Coggin
  • Wayne Burke
  • Devona Valdez
  • Georgia Weidman
  • Adrian Crenshaw

1 person tracking this event

  • Alex Miller

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  • Professional Cocoa Application Security
  • Seven Deadliest Unified Communications Attacks (Seven Deadliest Attacks)

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