As usual Don has a great lineup for ChicagoCon 2008f.
ChicagoCon, a bi-annual security event held in the Windy City, features an Ethical Hacking Conference for two days of cutting-edge talks, peer networking and career advancement in the exciting and growing field of computer security for only $100. Microsoft penetration testers AKA ethical hackers, Billy Rios and John Walton headline an impressive list of presentations by researchers, practitioners and executives on Oct 31 and Nov 1, 2008.
ChicagoCon 2008f: White Hats Come Together in Defense of the Digital Frontier
October 27 – November 2, 2008
The (f)all edition of this bi-annual security event features 12 boot camps (M-F), exams on-site followed by a 2-Day Ethical Hacking Conference (Fri – Sat) featuring Microsoft Hackers AKA Blue Hats Billy Rios and John Walton along with many other speakers and activities.
Con Only Tickets available for just $100.
Courses: CISSP, CISA, CEH, CHFI, ECSA, CWNA, Advanced Technical Hacking (Pen Testing, Web Apps and Reverse Engineering), Cisco CCENT/CCNA, Microsoft ISA Server and a combined CompTIA Network+/Security+ class. Novice, ultimate techie, CISO chair... everyone interested in a security career will find something at ChicagoCon.
Keynotes: Ed Skoudis (SANS, Intelguardians), Gregory Conti (West Point, Author "Security Data Visualization") and Daniel V. Hoffman (CTO SMobile Systems, EH-Net Columnist). Presented by www.ethicalhacker.net.
A list of the speakers is available here: