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Master NSA-Grade Security Tools at New Black Hat Trainings Virginia

Get ready, because this October Black Hat will bring its highly-regarded Trainings to Alexandria, Virginia for two days of intensive, practical cybersecurity education.

This October an all-new Black Hat Trainings event comes to Virginia, and it’s is a great opportunity to develop your skills in some of the most technical, hands-on security courses available anywhere.

At this special Trainings-only event there’s a great course on Reverse Engineering Firmware with Ghidra, for example, which promises to teach you the concepts, tools, and techniques required to reverse engineer firmware and assess embedded devices.

To ensure the tools taught are available to all in this two-day Training, you’ll be taught to use Ghidra, a powerful open-source reverse engineering tool developed by the National Security Agency. This free, capable tool eliminates the high cost of entry from expensive commercial tools currently used for these tasks, Plus you’ll practice using it against both an embedded Linux device and a bare-metal ARM device.

Information Operations - Influence, Exploit, and Counter is another valuable course designed to give you a practical primer on information operations: activities that involve the use of information to influence people, companies, and nations.

This course is developed and taught by career Army officers with a combined 50+ years of experience. While all material discussed will be unclassified, the Training is sure to teach you some novel approaches through  hands-on exercises that will apply and reinforce the skills learn. Not to be missed is a best IO campaign contest conducted live during the class.

In Dark Side Ops - Malware Dev you’ll spend two days diving deep into source code to gain a strong understanding of malware execution vectors, payload generation, automation, staging, command and control, and exfiltration. It’s  a great way to get lots of practical, hands-on experience with malware in a hurry along with the opportunity to observe black hat techniques currently used by hackers to bypass NIDS and HIPS systems, layer 7 Web proxies, "next-gen" antivirus, and DLP solutions.

These cutting-edge Black Hat Trainings and many more (listed below) will be taking place October 17th and 18th at the Hilton Alexandria Mark Center in Alexandria, Virginia.

●      Active Directory Attacks for Red and Blue Teams - Advanced Edition

●      Advanced Infrastructure Hacking - 2019 Edition

●      Astute Hunting in the Cloud - Bring the Thunder!

●      Data Breaches - Detection, Investigation, and Response

●      Military Strategy and Tactics for Cyber Security

●      Python Hacker Bootcamp - Zero to Hero

●      Web Hacking - Black Belt Edition 2019

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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