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Register Today for Black Hat Europe 2014

Black Hat returns Oct. 14-17 to the beautiful city of Amsterdam. Information security professionals from all over the world will gather for two thought-provoking days of Briefings and two days of intense Trainings at the Amsterdam RAI Convention Center.

A full list of Training courses for Black Hat Europe 2014 is now posted on our site, and below are a few of the new courses being offered this year.

We will also begin announcing our selected Briefings in the coming weeks, but you can register now to take advantage of our Early Registration discount and to guarantee your spot at Black Hat Europe 2014.

Be sure to register by midnight ET on Aug. 29 to save on your pass.

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