What Do I Wear – Ethical Hacking Conference

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Conferences, seminars and other ethical
hacking events are very useful for infosec professional to get in
touch with latest happenings. It is also very important to get to
know each other better, networking with people increase the chances
of getting job and even to make group of like-minded people. This is
a little different article from what we used to publish in ehacking,
because this article is focus on a comment that a user made and asked
to discuss the dress code of ethical hackers.











If you are going to attend a
professional conference through your office then formal dress up is
recommended but wait ! We are not working in bank or any other
financial institution and casual wear is a fashion in IT industry.
Also you might have seen the the tshirts in black hat conference or
even in other hacking conferences. There are so many online portals
out there from where you can purchase your desired tshits, you can
design your own tshirt and even you can get a readymade tshirt. And
if you are planning to open your own store then you can get tshirt design website template.






For the cause of reference below are
the some examples: 


 I encourage you to share your favorite wear via comments.

Images mentioned above are taken from wired blog post.

http://www.wired.com/wiredenterprise/2013/01/hacker-t-shirts/#slideid-64961


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