The EC-Council Foundation's TakeDownCon Rocket City IT security conference will return to Dynetics this summer for a fourth consecutive year. Pre-conference training will be July 14-17, and the two-day conference will be July 18-19. Both the conference and the training will take place in the Dynetics Solutions Complex, 1004 Explorer Blvd., in Huntsville's Cummings Research Park.
TakeDownCon Rocket City is a highly technical forum that focuses on the latest vulnerabilities, the most potent exploits and current security threats facing enterprise owners and IT professionals. The best and the brightest in the cybersecurity field will share their expertise, giving attendees an opportunity to learn about the industry's most current and important issues.
TakeDownCon brings together information security researchers and technical experts from corporate to underground industries for this unique "ethical hacking" conference. In two days, they will present and debate the latest security threats, disclose current vulnerabilities and share information crucial to the technical profession.
The Training Academy held before the conference will offer such classes as EC-Council's Certified Ethical Hacker (CEH) and Certified Security Analyst (ECSA), Computer Hacking Forensic Investigator (CHFI), Certified Chief Information Security Officer (CCISO) and Advanced Penetration Testing (CAST 611).
Training attendees will receive free admission to the conference as well as official courseware (for EC-Council and CAST training), a complimentary exam voucher (for EC-Council certification training) and a certificate of attendance, along with lunch and coffee breaks throughout the training.
Discounts for training are available to EC-Council members, government employees and college students and professors.
Each year, TakeDownCon draws a large number of participants from all over and interest from the community.
"We're pleased that the EC-Council has decided to bring this world-class conference and convenient, cost-effective training opportunity to Huntsville again this year," said Dynetics President Greg Lester. "Because cybersecurity is one of our primary business areas, we understand the positive impact this type of training, networking and information-sharing can have on our community."
For more information about TakeDownCon Rocket City, visit the conference website.
Dynetics provides responsive, cost-effective engineering, scientific and IT solutions to the national security, cybersecurity, satellite, launch, automotive and critical infrastructure sectors. Our portfolio features highly specialized technical services and a range of software and hardware products, including components, subsystems and complex end-to-end systems. The company of 1,500 employee/owners is based in Huntsville, Ala., and has offices throughout the U.S. For more information, visit www.dynetics.com.
About TakeDownCon & EC-Council Foundation
This highly technical IT security conference is a no-frills and topic-focused conference that is targeted toward IT and security professionals of all levels. The topical theme of this unique event is broken up into two days and exposes some of the most talked-about security issues such as web application security, SCADA and critical infrastructures, cloud security, mobile hacking and more. TakeDownCon Rocket City is organized by the EC-Council Foundation, which is a charitable and educational organization dedicated to educating and training individuals in cyber security. Established in 2012 by EC-Council, the foundation seeks to raise awareness, build capacity across nations and ultimately unify global cyber defense. EC-Council Foundation is the creator and organizer of Global CyberLympics, Hacker Halted, TakeDownCon, The Global CISO Form and Live.Learn.Secure, an education and training program. For more information regarding EC-Council Foundation or any of its programs, visit www.eccouncilfoundation.org.