NullCon is a globally renowned cybersecurity event suitable for people working across security, business, academia and more. In 2019, almost 2000 people attended. Usually held in Goa, this year’s training and conference will take place online, making the event more accessible than ever. The first four days of the conference are dedicated to training courses, and the last two days will be an interactive series of talks and discussions.
Training courses with places still available include:
DevSecOps - Automating Security in DevOps
Hacking Modern Desktop apps: Master the Future of Attack
ML for Security and Security for ML
OWASP TOP 10, Java Secure Coding Fundamentals
Xtreme Android Hacking
Keynote talks include:
Security Research and Disclosure: The Unauthorized Biography — Casey Ellis (Founder at Bugcrowd)
What it takes to be a great Security Professional — Ning Wang (CEO at Offensive Security)
For the full agenda, visit the website. You will find a varied selection of sessions exploring zero-day vulnerabilities, latest attack vectors, and other cyber threats. The conference will also showcase new security technologies and include interactive events such as product exhibitions and hacking challenges.
How do I attend?
The online conference is free — all you need to do is register here. Tickets for the online training courses are limited and must be purchased individually at the price of $530 each.