May 22, 2009

Ticket prices for BruCON

Everybody knows where and when BruCON will be. But we have been getting questions about the entrance fee. We are still in the process of finishing our new website which will include the ticket registration system.

We wanted to make BruCON as accessible as possible for everyone and tried to keep our prices as low as possible. The website should go live by next week but we can already announce our prices.

Ticket prices for BruCON are:

  • 180 Euro early bird (prior to July 1st 2009)
  • 250 Euro 1/7/2009 - 31/8/2009
  • 300 Euro afterwards and at doors

Students (full time):

  • 50 Euro early bird (prior to July 1st 2009)
  • 90 Euro afterwards and at doors
So we start with an early bird option and prices go up over time. In addition to getting a low price, early birds also have a chance to win a security course: "Pentesting with BackTrack".
"Pentesting with BackTrack" (previously known as Offensive Security 101) is an online course designed for network administrators and security professionals who need to get acquainted with the world of offensive security. The course introduces the latest hacking tools and techniques, and includes remote live labs for exercising the material presented to the students.

This course gives a solid understanding of the penetration testing process, and is equally important for those wanting to either defend or attack their network. The course can be taken from your home, as long as you have a modern computer with high speed internet.

"Pentesting with BackTrack" qualifies you for 40 ISC2 CPE Credits. This applies to students who submit their exercise documentation at the end of the course, or pass the certification challenge.
We will announce the lucky winner in the first week of July, so be sure to register&pay before July 1st!! We also made a deal with some hotels in Brussels to give discount prices to conference attendees. More info will follow next week. Mark 18 & 19 September in your calendar!!! See you in Brussels!

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