Hack3rCon/SecureWV is a fun weekend where we can get together as a group, let down our hair and have some great discussions and enjoy some cool tips and tricks. We just ask one thing from our participants:
With that said, here are some more things we consider unwelcome at Hack3rCon/SecureWV:
This Code of Conduct applies to everyone participating at Hack3rCon/SecureWV – from attendees and exhibitors to speakers, press, volunteers, and staff.
Anyone can report harassment. If you are being harassed, notice that someone else is being harassed, or have any other concerns, you can contact a staff member, go to the registration desk, or information booth.
If you do not feel comfortable speaking to someone in person, you can email an actively monitored mailbox (during the conference timeframes) at the following email address:
incident [at] securewv.com
For immediate response, we recommend notifying a staff member in-person.
Conference staff will be happy to help participants contact hotel security, local law enforcement, or otherwise assist those experiencing harassment to feel safe for the duration of Hack3rCon/SecureWV.
Remember: The conference is what you make of it, and as a community we can create a great experience for everyone. Our goal at Hack3rCon/SecureWV is to have a resonating impact on the information security industry within the region and as a conference.
Thank you to all who make Hack3rCon/SecureWV a success and for the continued awesomeness of the community.