NETWORKING ACTIVITIES

There are lots of great events happening in between and after sessions during InfoSec World 2019 to help you connect with your like-minded peers and industry expers. Here's a snapshot so you don't miss out!

Monday, April 1
5:00 PM – 6:15 PM Reception with Exhibitors

Tuesday, April 2
12:00 PM Lunch with Exhibitors
5:00 PM – 6:30 PM "Cheers to 25" Reception in the Expo; Passport-to-Prizes announced at 6:00 PM

 

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Capture the Flag Tech Challenge
The Pros vs Joes CTF is a live combat Capture The Flag event. The Pros are Information Security professionals or individuals advanced in their knowledge of securing and/or compromising computers and networks. Teams of Joes will defend prebuilt and preconfigured networks, built to simulate enterprise class environments, from the offensive Pro players, the Red Cell. These attackers will simulate a live Advanced Persistent Threat (APT) that has already compromised the provided environments.

The game is completely virtual, players only need bring a laptop for connecting to the gaming environment via the Internet. Laptops will NOT be in the line of fire.

At the end of each day, there will be a debrief to discuss the days events, with discussion of offensive activities and how to better defend. 

Want to take a shot at it, but can't join us in Florida? Register as a remote participant online.

The Living Security Escape Room
If you haven't tried an Escape Room before, you should, but to quickly catch you up- an escape room is an interactive game where groups of people are locked in a room and have to solve puzzles and find clues to escape, all within a set time period. Okay, you're not really locked in our room, but you will be solving puzzles and in the Living Security Escape Room, the puzzles relate to security concepts that you come in to contact with in real life.

Living Security is hosting multiple escape rooms at InfoSec World 2019. Spots fill up fast, so grab some team mates (or signup alone for some networking) and be prepared to exercise those security brain muscles and have some fun while doing it.