Wick-Ed: Offensive Security


WICCA kicks off a new initiative to teach ladies about security: Wick-Ed!

Because of the high Offensive Security training demand, we will be doing the first Wick-Ed session on Offensive Security on July 29. KPN will be hosting us again and is providing food and drinks. For anyone who could not attend the 2-day training on May 25-26, this is the occasion to pick up on the basics of offsec!

The course will include offensive security principles, show some hacking demos, and talk about how common hackers break into things. The target audience is beginners (with some web application, coding, and Unix knowledge required).

This course is meant to introduce security-enthusiastic ladies to ethical hacking and penetration testing! It is different than the training in May as it will be lecture-oriented. Otherwise the material is the same.

The course will be recorded by our awesome cameraman Cooper, @Ministraitor, and will be published online!

- 18:00: walk-in
- 19:00: start
- 19:45: 15-minute break
- 20:00: 2nd half
- 21:00: estimated end

KPN will be hosting us again (big thanks to Jaya Baloo!) with food and drinks.

All visitors are required to register prior to entering the building, so attendees will need to bring an ID card or passport. To make sure everything goes smoothly and because of the amount of people who will need to register, please gather around 18:00 so we can start at 19:00!