May 15 - May 17$99 – $175
NolaCon is an Information Security/Hacker conference for professionals and enthusiasts alike located in New Orleans, offering training as well interesting and inventive talks and workshops. NolaCon 2020 will be our 7th year, we have moved to a new larger venue (only 1 block from the old hotel) and are looking forward to our best year yet! The talks will cover a variety of topics focused on today’s infosec needs including: malware, exploits, vulnerabilities, social engineering, forensics and usually at least one new 0-Day.
A lockpick village (hosted by TOOOL ) will be available for people who want to take a break from the sessions, sit down and learn (or improve) a skill. And there will be lots of social opportunities at the Con, including some great music with DualCore and others playing our Saturday night party.
Training at NolaCon 2020
We will have great new trainings for 2020 in a variety of topics likely including: Malware Analysis, Data Science to Cybersecurity, Pentesting, Red Teaming and Hacking Enterprises
Who We Are
We are an Infosec Conference located in New Orleans. We bring speakers from around the country to a great venue to share information and grow knowledge in the community. And we have a Damn Good time doing it!
Did we mention… New Orleans.
Events at NolaCon 2020
The events for 2020 have not been finalized as of 09.10.2019. Please check back later for more info. Last year there…
CtF by Paranoids
Hacking IoT devices, bypassing electronic pin pads, predicting the outcome of electronic keno games – do we have your attention? Stop by the CTF Area and try your hand at hacking on the P.C.B. (Paranoids CTF Board)!
OSINT CtF hosted by CG Silvers Consulting
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Welcome to the OSINT CTF, where the targets are real people, the flags are real information, and the prizes are real cool.
In this capture the flag competition, you’ll scour the internet for answers to questions about our victims- ahem, volunteers. It’s all open source, so no hacking or contacting anyone. Any information the targets or anyone else put on the internet, though, is fair game.