CyberThreat brings together the UK and Europe's cyber security community.

CyberThreat 2020 Announcement COMING SOON.

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About CyberThreat

Focusing on security practitioners and spanning the full spectrum of offensive and defensive disciplines, the summit will have a strong technical emphasis, encouraging collaboration on bleeding edge techniques, case studies from the field and new security tools.

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This two-day conference is hosted by the National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC) and SANS Institute as part of the UK Government's commitment to defend against cyber threats and address the cyber skills gap, by developing and growing talent. CyberThreat strives to deliver the best technical conference in Europe for cyber security practitioners.

In addition to presentations from world-renowned cyber security experts and rising industry stars, CyberThreat 2020 will feature many hands-on opportunities for delegates in the form of capture the flag events, team problem solving and hackathon challenges against some of the latest devices and products.

Challenges

New exciting challenges will be introduced for 2020 once registration has opened.

This will re-open for attempt once registration for CyberThreat 2020 has been announced.

Challenge 1

Binary

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Challenge 2

Binary 2

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Challenge 3

Forensics

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Challenge 4

Network

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Look back at 2019

CyberThreat 2019 saw us welcome over 350 cyber security practitioners from across the world, host many talks and run an elaborate hackable badge challenge! Another highlight was the capture the flag competition with all teams making it a thriller to the very end. Curious to see what it looked and felt like?

"The whole event was world class"
Graham Bartlett, Senior Technical Leader at Cisco

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"The whole event was world class; I haven't experienced anything like it before at a security event. From the submissions of papers, pre-event communications, rehearsal, right through the whole event including introduction, speakers, CTF, evening reception and even down to the name badges (which could be 'hacked'), I could not fault a single thing."

"It seemed that everyone at this event was very open and friendly, ready to collaborate to solve the CTF, discuss speaker sessions, or generally chat about topics they were passionate about. In many cases these individuals are the world-renowned experts in their field."

"I would encourage anyone with a passion for cyber security to attend this event. Never have I witnessed so many like-minded individuals who are infused with passion, but also so friendly and welcoming. You will be sure to make many new contacts, as well as some new friends."

Graham Bartlett, Senior Technical Leader at Cisco

Badge walkthrough

Agenda

If you’re interested in speaking or attending CyberThreat 2020, please contact cyberthreat@sans.org.

Take a look at last years speakers and topics.

Registration

Registration Details to follow soon. If you’d like to be contacted as soon as registration is open please contact cyberthreat@sans.org.

2019 Registration

Contact us

If you would like to learn more about CyberThreat 2020 and want to speak to one of our organisers, please use the contact details below:

Tel: +442033843470 (9am-5pm BST/GMT Mon-Fri)

Email: cyberthreat@sans.org

Twitter: twitter.com/SANSEMEA

SANS website: Contact form