Boston CMD+CTRL Cyber Range Hackathon
Boston CyberSecurity is teaming up with Security Innovation to offer a fun "find the vulnerabilities" game - CMD+CTRL Cyber Range - that shows how hackers break into websites and teaches the importance of secure coding habits.
The CMD+CTRL Cyber Range is where players compete to find vulnerabilities, score points, and move up the leader board. Leveraging cheat sheets, attack tables, and expert-led training sessions, see if you can hack us.
*Please remember to bring a laptop and valid id*
Elliptic Curves in Cryptography
A discussion on the elliptic curve cryptography (ECC) used today, as well as the modern post-quantum isogeny-based cryptography, which is cryptography based on maps between elliptic curves. We will also discuss in depth the capabilities of TLS to create a secure connection.
Technical Workshop - Building Your First DevSecOps Pipeline
Hands-on training on how to build your first DevOps pipeline using Github (Source Control), Jenkins (CICD), Maven (Build & Test), Docker (Operating-System-Level virtualization), Artifactory (Artifacts Repository Manager), Pivotal Web Services (Platform as a Service - Hosting Applications)
Sponsored by Protiviti, Palo Alto Networks and WeWork.
Real-World Encryption: Techniques, Attacks, and Best Practices
6:30-7pm Arrival, casual networking, food provided
7-7:30pm: RSA Cryptosystem
Emily Stamm, Security Researcher at Allstate
7:30-8pm: Networking / break
8pm-8:30pm: Encryption in Practice
Tarik Moataz, CTO at Aroki Systems
8:30-9pm: Networking, event close.