Event submitted on Wednesday, January 20th 2021, approved by Charles Villanueva ✓
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Events like this make the world go around for folk in the Cybersecurity Community. In fact, we’ve added their events in 2020, 2019 2018, and 2017. We’d like to thank the organizers for submitting their event every year. Also – just to remind everyone, if you are involved with any form of offensive security or in charge of a SOC, for example, then this Cyber Conference in Poland would be ideal – highly recommended conference!
Conference Event Summary
The following description was either submitted by the Conference Organizer on Wednesday, January 20th 2021, or created by us.
Yet another security con?
The idea behind x33fcon (pronounced /ˈziːf-kɒn/) is to focus on a very specific need of the security industry: collaboration between blue and red teams (sometimes referred to as purple teaming). We know from our professional experience how hard it can be to build a solid bridge between those who assess security and those who guard the castle.
Many misconceptions and misunderstandings arise between these two groups.
Rather than continue to think about security from either an offensive or defensive perspective, the goal is to encourage security professionals to consider both perspectives while working more closely together. Both blue and red teams provide unique capabilities to an organization, but the collaboration between the two yields the best results.
x33fcon is an event that brings both groups together, and everyone from both sides of the fence is invited to gather, share ideas and discuss thoughts on security.
Who Should Attend?
Topics planned for this conference are important for any IT security personnel, especially red teamers, pentesters, incident responders, analysts, and researchers. The conference will include high-level talks on team collaboration, case studies, and deep-dives into attack and defense techniques.
It’s a great opportunity to meet other blue and red team members, learn from their experiences, and understand how attackers and defenders think and behave.
Are you responsible for security? Don’t miss out! Come along and help define what’s possible.