Pentest-Tools.com to participate at Black Hat Europe 2019
Aug 28, 2019 • Ioana Rijnetu
Pentest-Tools.com will be exhibiting at Black Hat Europe 2019. Join us in December for one of the biggest cybersecurity events and come to meet the Pentest-Tools.com team.
We are thrilled to let you know that this year we’ll be sponsoring and participating at Black Hat Europe 2019 in London.
The conference exhibition will be held in the ExCeL London convention center, from December 2nd until the 5th.
The Business Hall is the place to engage and network with top security experts, leading solution providers and meet other members of this wonderful infosec community. It will be open for two days, from December 4th until the 5th, and the Pentest-Tools.com team can be found in this area at booth #350.
If you are attending Black Hat Europe this year, stop by booth #350 and come to visit us. Our team will be more than happy to chat with you and answer any questions you might have about our security tools, penetration testing services, platform capabilities, or other curiosities.
There will be plenty of opportunities to learn more about Pentest-Tools.com, engage with our security experts and see demos of our platform.
Find us at booth #350 in the Business Hall
Black Hat is one of the most notable information security conferences in the world and a huge opportunity to engage with and learn from the best security experts and researchers, and find out the latest threats and trends in cybersecurity.
For more details about the conference and for the full schedule, feel free to visit the official Black Hat Europe 2019 website.
We look forward to meeting you there!
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