Mental Health Hackers Village at BSides Austin

Mental Health Hackers is dedicated to educating infosec professionals about the unique mental health risks faced by those in our field and to providing guidance on reducing the effects of related mental health issues such as anxiety, depression, social isolation, and other mental health disorders.
The MHH focuses these education efforts into “conference villages” that offer a common place to allow like-minded individuals to share and grow as a community, to better our mental health and the health of those around us.
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BSides Austin fosters communication and collaboration while elevating the level of typical conference conversations. Sponsors for BSides Austin have direct access to those conversations. In addition to just setting up sponsor tables and handing out swag, we hope you will also be an active participant in our conference. We need your money to make this event happen; that’s no secret! But we also want our sponsors to come and be a part of the conference—sharing ideas, meeting people and interacting with the local infosec community. We understand that every organization considering sponsorship will have different goals and priorities, which is why we offer various levels of participation. We have specifically designed options for any sized organization to participate in and support this event. Please contact us if interested.


Commons Learning Center on the J.J. Pickle Research Campus at The University of Texas at Austin
10100 Burnet Road
Bldg 137
Austin, TX 78758
(512) 341-7000