Parameter Security hosts third annual hacking & cyber security conference
March 25, 2015: Saint Louis, MO – “In order to beat a hacker, you have to think like one.” These are the words St. Louis-based, ethical hacking firm, Parameter Security, lives by and is the foundation on which ShowMeCon is built. By bringing the only hacking and offensive cyber security conference to St. Louis, ShowMeCon will amaze, frighten and educate event-goers as they get an up-close look into the minds of hackers. This fascinating 2 day conference will run from June 8th through June 9th.
“Last year’s response to ShowMeCon was even more amazing than the year before. Not only did we have local and regional attendees but also people from all over the U.S. and internationally. One attendee came all the way from Iceland,” said Renee Chronister, co-founder and CEO of Parameter Security. “We are excited about this year’s event and have added a third track to accommodate all the remarkable speakers and topics.”
ShowMeCon is geared toward IT and security professionals who fight the war against hackers daily. Through presentations, demonstrations and pre-conference training, attendees will better understand the minds and motives of hackers so they can effectively defend against attacks. In addition to witnessing real-world hacks, attendees will discover the latest vulnerabilities, most powerful exploits and current security threats. Plus, event-goers can participate in ShowMeCon’s “capture the flag” contest and take their best shot at hacking into various environments.
This two day con will feature a variety of speakers including professional hacker and co-founder of Parameter Security, Dave Chronister who was recently featured on CNN, Bloomberg TV and FOX Business News discussing the Sony and Anthem breaches as well as the Hillary Clinton email debate. Keynote speakers include: Jason E. Street of Pwnie Express and author of “Dissecting the Hack: The F0rb1dd3n Network” as well as Kenneth White co-director of the Open Crypto Audit Project (OCAP).
Preceding the conference, Hacker University will offer technical training and certification classes including the debut of its very own Hands-On Hacking course. Other classes include: Secure Coding, Network Defense, Router Hacking, Lock Picking and the newly updated CISSP.
ShowMeCon will be held at Ameristar Casino in St. Charles, Missouri. For more information on the conference, training, sponsorship or registration, please visit www.ShowMeCon.com.
This highly technical forum showcases eye-opening presentations from world-renown ethical hackers and security experts that will leave you amazed and frightened at the same time. By giving you access into the mind of a hacker, you will better understand how to protect your networks and critical data. ShowMeCon pulls back the curtain and exposes how hackers are winning the war on physical and cyber security. Whether you’re a large corporation or a small business, you should attend this mind-blowing event as you witness the cream of the crop unveil the latest attacks, techniques, tactics and practices of today’s hackers. Plus, gain insight and understanding into ways to effectively protect yourself and your business.
About Parameter Security & Hacker University
Hosting and sponsoring ShowMeCon is St. Louis-based, ethical hacking firm Parameter Security™ and its training counterpart Hacker University™. Parameter Security is comprised of Certified Ethical Hackers who emulate the minds and behaviors of malicious hackers to test the security of your systems and employees. Parameter Security offers IT compliance audits, penetration testing, vulnerability assessments, social engineering, wireless security audits, secure code reviews, computer forensics and more. Parameter Security’s subsidiary, Hacker University, offers a variety of courses from end-user security awareness training to IT security professional certifications such as Hands-On Hacking, Security+, C|EH, C|HFI, CISSP and more. For more information about Parameter Security and/or Hacker University contact us at info <at> parametersecurity <dot> com or 314.442.0472.