The European edition of , the world’s most foremost hacker prevention and computer security event, will be taking place in Iceland’s capital, Reykjavík, on 7th and 8th October 2013. The event is set to focus on the various IT security issues in the world today.
Hacker Halted Europe 2013 will be featuring renowned speakers and industry experts who will be highlighting current digital security threats, and discussing the various means of protection and countermeasures in dealing with these threats.
Hacker Halted is the perfect platform for information security professionals to enhance knowledge and exchange views, as well as network with other security professionals.
This will be the first Hacker Halted event to take place in Europe and will be held at the HARPA Conference Centre in Reykjavík, Iceland. Iceland is certainly an unconventional destination, but having said that, the country’s mystical nature and other-worldly landscape presents visitors with an unmissable opportunity to explore something new.
With this in mind, attendees will also get a 5 percent discount on selected tours in Iceland with Arctic Adventures. These tours include trips to the Blue Lagoon geothermal spa, sightseeing trips in Reykjavík, and Golden Circle tours. For days either side of the conference, attendees can also book more grandiose tours to see glaciers, volcanoes, geysers, waterfalls, and Northern Lights hunts.
Like Iceland’s nature, Reykjavík’s nightlife has gained a reputation as being wild and unique. It’s not uncommon on weekends to spend entire nights partying at one of the city’s many nightclubs, known for their cool atmosphere.
Early bird tickets are currently available for the event. Tickets bought before 30th June cost 599 EUR; between 30th June and 31st August 799 EUR; and full price is 999 EUR from 1st September.
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