Wild West Hackin’ Fest: Deadwood 2022

By Justin Connors | June 27, 2022

Red Siege is a proud sponsor of one of our favorite events of the year.

The Red Siege team will be in attendance for this event.

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.

When

October 12, 2022

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