Tuesday, March 03, 2009

Bejtlich Teaching at Black Hat USA 2009

Black Hat was kind enough to invite me back to teach two sessions of my new 2-day course at Black Hat USA 2009 Training on 25-26 July and 27-28 July 2009 at Caesars Palace in Las Vegas, NV.

This class, completely new for 2009, is called TCP/IP Weapons School 2.0. These are my last scheduled classes in the United States in 2009.

Registration is now open. Black Hat set five price points and deadlines for registration.

  • Super Early ends 15 Mar

  • Early ends 1 May

  • Regular ends 1 Jul

  • Late ends 22 Jul

  • Onsite starts at the conference


As you can see in the Sample Lab I posted last week, this class is all about developing an investigative mindset by hands-on analysis, using tools you can take back to your work. Furthermore, you can take the class materials back to work -- an 84 page investigation guide, a 25 page student workbook, and a 120 page teacher's guide, plus the DVD. I have been speaking with other trainers who are adopting this format after deciding they are also tired of the PowerPoint slide parade.

If you've attended any of my previous classes, you are most welcome in the new one. Unless you attended my Black Hat DC training last month, you will not see any repeat material whatsoever in TWS2. I look forward to seeing you, either in Las Vegas or Amsterdam. Thank you.


Richard Bejtlich is teaching new classes in Europe and Las Vegas in 2009. Online Europe registration ends by 1 Apr, and seats are filling. "Super Early" Las Vegas registration ends 15 Mar.

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