More than just a conference, Wild West Hackin’ Fest (WWHF) is committed to offering high quality information security education to beginners and seasoned professionals alike. With reasonably priced training, conferences, hands-on labs, and workshops, WWHF lowers the barrier to entry for those seeking to enter into the world of information security. WWHF also offers a venue for those already established in the industry to share ideas, give back, and continue learning.
Conferences like WWHF serve as crossroads for infosec professionals to respond to one another’s work, which leads to new developments and fresh insights that practitioners can incorporate into practices at their own respective organizations. In addition to some of the best keynote speakers in the industry, conference attendees can expect to find hands-on labs, focused “villages”, and engaging workshops in a highly interactive environment.
Training at WWHF conferences range from introductory-level courses that engage beginners, to specialized courses focused on topics at the cutting edge of information security. WWHF always seeks to set fair prices on training courses so that budgetary constraints do not impede the professional development of budding infosec practitioners. And because we keep the number of live attendees below 1,000 people, following up with instructors during the conference is a lot easier and more meaningful than what typically happens at larger conferences with tens of thousands of people.