Shakacon, Hawaii’s only Call for Paper Based Information Security Conference, Announces Innovative Training Offerings

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Training schedule announced for Reverse Engineering, Cyberwar and Tactics of Advanced Persistent Threat in Penetration Testing, Forensics, Incident Response, Application Security, Teensy Programming, Secure Web Application Development, and Lock Picking

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Holding a conference and trainings in Hawaii gives us the opportunity to attract the leading speakers in a wide range of information security topics.

The Shakacon security conference is a cutting edge yet relaxed Information Technology (IT) Security conference where industry, government, academia, and independent experts share knowledge and experience in one of the most beautiful settings on Earth. Local, national, and international participants are presented a casual, social, learning environment designed to give a holistic security view and the opportunity to network with peers and fellow enthusiasts in a relaxed setting.

The conference trainers include respected professionals in the fields of research and development in major industry players to experts and practitioners who are the recognized leaders in the infosec community.

"Holding a conference and trainings in Hawaii gives us the opportunity to attract the leading speakers in a wide range of information security topics," said conference organizer Jason Martin. "This allows us to build a unique agenda around the intersection of cutting edge security topics with daily real world applicability."

"It's a surprisingly rare opportunity to work with everyone on such diverse topics in such an intimate and relaxed setting," commented Gary Golomb, an instructor in one of the reverse engineering and incident management tracks. "Not to mention the exciting location that allows you to make some great new friends!"

The trainings start June 18, 2012 in Honolulu, Hawaii. For more information please see the conference website at http://shakacon.org/.

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