DerbyCon

DerbyCon was fantastic again this year, with talks from some of the best and brightest in NetSec. If you’re not familiar with it, it’s been held each year in September in Louisville, Kentucky since 2011. Admission to the conference (3 days) is only $175.00, and there are (relatively) inexpensive training classes held the previous two days before the con. If you’ve never been to a hacker conference, I highly recommend DerbyCon. The atmosphere is very friendly and helpful, and even someone brand new to NetSec can find plenty to learn and participate in.There is a lock pick village, a hardware hacking village, a SOHO router hacking room, a Capture The Flag contest and lots more, as well as official parties Friday and Saturday nights. This was my fifth year attending, and it gets better each time.

All the talks are recorded and available on Adrian Crenshaw’s web site. This years talks are at:

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