Hey hackers, want to help find missing people while sharpening your OSINT skills? Then form a team for this full day special edition of the Missing CTF with Trace Labs and Pride Toronto.
Refreshments and lunch will be provided!
All participants who want to compete must signup on Eventbrite to form a team of no more than 4 before Friday June 7th at 5PM.
Registration Link: https://www.eventbrite.ca/e/pride-toronto-x-trace-labs-missing-ctf-osint-ctf-for-missing-persons-tickets-61855153429
Looking for a team? Join the Trace Labs slack and head on over to the #prideto channel to find some teammates!
Trace Labs Slack Registration Link: https://join.slack.com/t/tracelabs/shared_invite/enQtNjUyMDAxOTc0ODg3LWFiYTVlYjNiZmFiNTk5OGE0MjMxMDQ2YzdjZGEwOThiZTVhNTc1MjUzZjllY2JmMjVjYWQ4YzMyZjZkYmU1YmU
This event will feature teams of professional investigators and OSINT enthusiasts collaboratively conducting online searches for Missing Persons while sharpening their OSINT skills.
Individuals of all skill levels are encouraged to participate!
We will be joined by the following speakers at our event:
Lusia Dion, Founder of missingadults.ca, a website dedicated to increasing the awareness of cases involving long-term missing and unidentified adults. Lusia will be delivering a talk on “The Power of Collaboration”.
Radar, Cyber Security Professional who will deliver a talk on “An Introduction to OSINT Tools & Techniques”.
Danny Vacar, Security Consultant at Security Compass who will deliver a talk on “Practical OSINT - a walkthrough of Common Tools".
What is Trace Labs and how does the Missing CTF work?
Trace Labs is a nonprofit organization whose mission is to accelerate the reunification of missing persons with their families while training members in Open Source Intelligence (OSINT).
The missing persons issue is getting worse and requires modern and scalable solutions at various levels to help mitigate risk to society. Trace Labs leverages an intelligence platform that enables the of collection of OSINT to power these crowd-sourced community CTF events. These CTF events allow missing persons to receive the attention that is needed early in the search process.
This event will be comprised of 8 missing persons from the Greater Toronto Area.
If you are not familiar with the Trace Labs CTF, the point system is documented here: https://www.tracelabs.org/getinvolved/ctf/
Prizes for top 3 placed teams are as follows;
1st place - Up to 4 $100 amazon gift card. Security Compass hoodies, Hunchly Licenses & 1 Intel Techniques Virtual Training License
2nd place - Up to 4 $50 amazon gift card + Security Compass T-shirts
3rd place - Up to 4 $25 amazon gift card + Swag bag
To learn how to prepare for the event, check out the preparation details in the EventBrite.