Hackers convened in Amsterdam for Black Hat Europe
by HNS Staff - Wednesday, 4 April 2007.


If you need credits towards a certification, you'd be glad to know that ISC2 credits are available to everyone that attends. The large growth in the number attendees (from 300 to around 450 this year) and the high quality of the presented material, Black Hat Europe is proving to be the best event of its kind in this part of the world. If that's not enough, the Google folks with the "Hiring Squad" T-shirts should be enough for anyone having the skills and looking for a high-profile job offer.

Photos are a courtesy of Gohsuke Takama.

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