BlackAlps 2019

The event features cyber security experts from Switzerland and abroad. Besides tech talks there are also workshops such as the hands-on security lab with the Compass Hacking-Lab®.

Black Alps is a non-profit organization founded in 2017 whose main event will be the organization of Black Alps conferences.

BlackAlps is supported by HEIG-VD in Yverdon-les-Bains and from Y-Parc (compotence centre for cyber security, medtech and robotics). Compass Security is again sponsor this year.

 

Program of November 7/8, 2019

  • Track "Attacks": latest attacks, attack techniques and research in vulnerabilties
  • Track "Lessons Learned": experience reports
  • Workshops: deepen your knowledge
  • CTF: attack and defend computer systems in a lab (free entrence)
  • Networking: expand your network

 

One highlight is the Hacking-Lab Workshop by Nicolas Heiniger and Sylvain Heiniger. They will introduce the participants to numerous challenges in Hacking-Lab® 2.0 and show how to exploit vulnerable web applications. 

The workshop will take place on Friday at 2 pm.

 

Please find more details on www.blackalps.ch.

 

 

 

 

 

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