Code of Conduct

We believe our community should be truly open for everyone. As such, we are committed to providing a friendly, safe and welcoming environment for all. By participating at Black Hat Events, you agree to abide by the Black Hat Code of Conduct.

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Community Track

The Community track aims to provide a forum for idea sharing and discussion of relevant issues impacting the InfoSec community. Topics include diversity, inclusion, substance abuse, mental health, and more. The goal is to shed light on issues within the community and to help those potentially affected.

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Black Hat is committed to helping non-profit partners who in turn help the InfoSec community. From online safety champions, to legal advisors, to the local community in Las Vegas, Black Hat supports a broad range of partners in their efforts on behalf of our community throughout the year.

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As a way to introduce the next generation of security professionals to the community and provide opportunities to underrepresented groups, Black Hat awards and donates Briefings Passes through various scholarship programs and partnerships. We encourage individuals of all backgrounds, who have an interest in InfoSec, to apply.

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Social Media

Stay connected using our social media channels! Join the conversation with Black Hat Speakers, Trainers, Review Board members, and attendees.


Being an ethical, sustainable business is central to how we behave, how we make decisions and how we do business every day.

More details on Black Hat sustainable initiatives coming soon.


  • Black Hat Asia 2019
    March 26-29, 2019
  • Black Hat USA 2019
    August 3-8, 2019
  • Black Hat Europe 2019
    December 3-6, 2019



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Sustaining Partners

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