Date/Time: March 20, 2019, 6:30 PM to 9:00 PM EST
Location: Room 128 (on the first floor near the library), St. James Campus - Building A, George Brown College, 200 King Street East, Toronto, ON, M5A 3W8
Web Application Cyber Range
Want to test your skills in identifying web app vulnerabilities? Join OWASP Toronto and Security Innovation as members compete in CMD+CTRL, a web application cyber range where players exploit their way through hundreds of vulnerabilities that lurk in business applications today. Success means learning quickly that attack and defense is all about thinking on your feet.
For each vulnerability you uncover, you are awarded points. Climb the interactive leaderboard for a chance to win fantastic prizes! CMD+CTRL is ideal for development teams to train and develop skills, but anyone involved in keeping your organization’s data secure can play - from developers and managers and even CISOs.
Register early to reserve your spot !
In addition to signing up on the meetup page, you can also register at Security Innovation's page to receive helpful tips, FAQs, and access to cheat sheets:
** Please keep in mind that spots are limited, and registration is a first come, first served basis! **
CTF Proctor bio:
Geoff is an Application & IT Security expert helping companies secure software and devices throughout all stages of development. He specializes in finding exploitable vulnerabilities in software applications as well as reverse engineering binaries to locate vulnerable code. Check out Geoff’s blog here: https://blog.securityinnovation.com/author/geoffrey-vaughan.
Security Innovation is a pioneer in software security and trusted advisor to its clients. Since 2002, organizations have relied on our assessment and training solutions to make the use of software systems safer in the most challenging environments – whether in Web applications, IoT devices, or the cloud. The company’s flagship product, CMD+CTRL Cyber Range, is the industry’s only simulated Web site environment designed to build the skills teams need to protect the enterprise where it is most vulnerable – at the application layer. Security Innovation is privately held and headquartered in Wilmington, MA USA. For more information, visit www.securityinnovation.com or connect with us on LinkedIn or Twitter.