A WWHF conference ticket is included with the training hosted on the WWHF website. 

Registration will open on Tuesday, March 10th at 7:30 AM.

Training will be held on Tuesday, March 10th from 9 AM to 4 PM and Wednesday, March 11th from 9 AM to 4 PM.


SANS manages their own course registration so we are unable to bundle SANS Training with a conference ticket (but will provide you with a discount code).  Please email us at thebank at wildwesthackinfest dot com with your SANS registration # and we will send you a code for a discounted conference ticket.

WARNING!  This part is slightly painful to understand, but I promise we can get through it together.

To register for SANS SEC564 or SEC573 (Special Python):  Please click on the blue button above and you will be redirected to the SANS registration page.  Once you have your course registration confirmation, please email thebank at wildwesthackinfest dot com with that info and we’ll send you a discount code for a reduced price conference ticket.

To register for the Hosted Training: Please click the link and register for both the con and training using the above orange button.  

SEC564: Red Team Exercises

SEC564: Red Team Exercises & Adversary Emulation 

Instructor: Jorge Orchilles

$2800 + taxes & fees

Registration Instructions: Please Click Here to register for the training on the SANS website.  Once you’ve got your registration #, please email  at thebank at wildwesthackinfest dot com for a discounted ticket to WWHF.

Red Teaming is the process of using tactics, techniques, and procedures (TTPs) to emulate real-world adversaries in order to train and measure the effectiveness of the people, processes, and technology used to defend organizations. SEC564 will provide you with the skills to manage and operate a Red Team, conduct Red Team exercises and adversary emulations, and understand the role of the team and its importance in security testing.

Built on the fundamentals of penetration testing, Red Team exercises use a comprehensive approach to gain a holistic view of an organization’s security posture in order to improve its ability to detect, respond, and recover from an attack. When properly conducted, Red Team exercises significantly improve an organization’s security posture and controls, hone its defensive capabilities, and measure the effectiveness of its security operations.

Red Team exercises require a different approach from a typical security test and rely heavily on well-defined TTPs, which are critical to successfully emulating a realistic adversary. The Red Team exercises and adversary emulation results exceed a typical list of penetration test vulnerabilities, provide a deeper understanding of how an organization would perform against a real adversary, and identify where security strengths and weaknesses exist across people, processes, and technology.

Whether you support a defensive or offensive role in security, understanding how Red Team exercises can be used to improve security is extremely valuable. This intensive two-day course will explore Red Team concepts in-depth, provide the required fundamentals of adversary emulation, and help you improve your organization’s security posture.