Black Hat Digital Self Defense
digital self defense
Black Hat Europe Training 2003
Grand Krasnapolsky Hotel, Amsterdam, the Netherlands, 12-13 May 2003

All course materials, lunch and two coffee breaks will be provided. A Certificate of Completion will be offered for each class.

Today, more than ever, protecting the IT resources of a company against security threats is of vital importance. In order to do this, your company's professionals need to be capable of guarding your company's resources. Black Hat Training is designed to raise the professionals' competence level on specific security topics.
course offerings
See the Training Schedule for room locations and class start times.
Two Day Courses
Monday-Tuesday, 12-13 May 2003

In depth coverage of current security topics. Not for Beginners.

Ultimate Hacking: Expert

Created and taught by the founder and creator of Root-kit
This is a unique offering - a first ever of its kind.

Aspects of Offensive Root-kit Technology
Greg Hoglund and Matt Hargett

Newly expanded hands on forensics class.

Forensics Tools and Processes for Windows XP® Platforms
Larry Leibrock, Ph.D

Unique and popular class. Sign up now.

Infrastructure Attacktecs™ & Defentecs™:
“Hacking Cisco Networks”
Steve Dugan

Aggressive hands-on course.

Hacking by Numbers
Charl van der Walt & Chris Breytenbach

This class is limited to 16 students and was sold out at the Windows Security 2003 and USA 2002 Training events.

Analyzing Software for Security Vulnerabilities
Halvar Flake, Black Hat, Inc.

REGISTER NOW to assure a seat in the class of your choice.

briefings hotel
Attend the Briefings, 14-15 May 2003 immediately following the Training. The Briefings will consist of two tracks over two days. Register early for both Training and Briefings and receive a substantial discount.

Hotel and Venue information for Black Hat Europe 2003 Briefings and Training. The show will be held at the Grand Krasnapolsky Hotel, Amsterdam, the Netherlands, 12-15 May 2003.

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