The Woodlands Hackers Association
The Woodlands Hackers Association is an informal, loose collection of hackers, information security professionals, builders, breakers, and the hack-curious. We hang out once a month, swap stories, eat food, and drink.
We use AHA-style “turbo talks” where speakers talk about a topic from 5 to 10 minutes. We have a projector and screen if you’d like to perform a demo or present a slide deck. If this is your first time at WooHa, you are required to speak. But don’t worry -- if you can’t think of anything to talk about for your first meeting, simply take a few minutes and introduce yourself to the group. All are welcome to join, even if you are just getting started in the industry.
We’re not looking for conference-grade talks here. In fact, we actively discourage those. This is an informal venue where we discuss Cool Stuff happening in the infosec industry. We want to hear about the fun little tool you’re writing, a hack you found to implement detections, a cool vulnerability, a bypass technique you discovered, or your penetration testing stories.
This is a place to workshop a conference talk or brag about some research you’re doing. None of it needs to be finished or even pretty. Just be sure to present your own work and not someone else’s. If you have any questions, let us know!