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How to put on a Con for Fun and (Non) Profit - Benny Karnes, John Moore, Rick Hayes, Matt Perry, Bill Gardner, Justin Rogosky, Mike Fry, Steve Truax Derbycon 2018 (Hacking Illustrated Series InfoSec Tutorial Videos)

How to put on a Con for Fun and (Non) Profit
Benny Karnes, John Moore, Rick Hayes, Matt Perry, Bill Gardner, Justin Rogosky, Mike Fry, Steve Truax
Derbycon 2018

Planning and running an InfoSec conference can be the most fun and rewarding time that you can have herding cats. The 304 Geeks have been mostly successfully running Hack3rcon for the last 9 years. In this talk we will share our perspective on how to build your organization and get started running your very own conference.

Benny Karnes is the most vocal member of the 304 Geeks (He talks a lot), As our resident CTF Geek Benny builds and runs the servers for Hack3rcon. John Moore is a Crypto and Cypher expert, He also prints the programs for Hack3rcon. Rick Hayes is the most well-armed of the 304 Geeks, because, well yeah because. Matt Perry is the Designated Adult of the 304 Geeks and the resident Social Engineer that talks everyone else into doing his work. Professor Bill Gardner is in charge of all things Cyber. Justin Rogosky is a Gemini and likes holding hand on long walks on nude beaches (Hey that is not my hand). Mike Fry is the 304 Geeks resident web master and in charge of all the stuff the rest of us got tired of doing. Steve Truax is the newest member of the board and is in charge of bringing the donuts.

Benny - @kungfujo, John - @mournewind, Rick - @ragingotaku, Matt - @sirgurdWV, Bill - @oncee Justin - @CptSexy, Mike - @MichaelDFry, Steve - @steventruax

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