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Learn the Latest Hacking Techniques at Black Hat Trainings Virginia

At Black Hat's upcoming Trainings-only October event you'll have opportunities to get up to speed on the newest hacking tricks for operating systems and cloud providers.

Come spend two days honing your cybersecurity skills at Black Hat Trainings in Virginia, an October event offering some of the most practical, hands-on courses in the business.

Get up to speed on Python hacking in two days flat by attending Python Hacker Bootcamp - Zero to Hero, a Training designed to teach you hacker programming methodology. Instead of learning formal programming practices that you might never use, this course focuses on core concepts taught through information security-centric projects.

Hands-on labs accompany each lecture to help you focus on solving commonplace and real-world security challenges. The labs have been designed to apply to both attackers and defenders. The entire bootcamp is designed to be fun, practical, and fast-paced.

If you’re more interested in getting inside the minds of cloud hackers, sign up for Astute Hunting in the Cloud - Bring The Thunder! This two-day Training is a great opportunity to get your hands dirty and find the hackers hiding within the systems of top cloud computing providers.

With a focus on AWS and Azure, you will discover the tactics, techniques, and procedures (TTPs) needed to hunt threats in your cloud environment. You’ll get inside the mind of a cloud hacker, see the vulnerabilities, and understand what clues attackers often leave behind.

Advanced Infrastructure Hacking - 2019 Edition is a fast-paced version of the original four-day class, concentrated down into two efficient days of training and demos.

This course focuses on the vulnerabilities of operating systems and covers a wide variety of neat, new and ridiculous techniques to compromise modern OSes, networking devices and everything in-between. While prior pentest experience is not a strict requirement, familiarity with both Linux and Windows command line syntax will be greatly beneficial for attendees.

These cutting-edge Black Hat Trainings and many more will be taking place October 17 and 18 at the Hilton Alexandria Mark Center in Alexandria, Virginia. From infrastructure hacking to incident response, there's a course for hackers and security pros of all experience levels, so register today.

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