You are invited to join us at security.ac.nz this August for a mid-trimester break weekend to learn all about security and hacking.
You! Anyone who is learning about software, and wants to learn about how to make software secure… with a dose of “how to hack” thrown in.
To clarify: The two days will aim to suit students with a 100-level knowledge of software development. However, you’re still welcome if you’re not a University student… anyone interested in security should come!
Two days of training in the art of securing the web… covering topics like:
- Learning to hack
- Capture the Flag
- Bug Bounty
- Threats & Trust
- Secure the Cloud
- Secure Development
- Web Security
- Cyber Security Careers
Victoria University of Wellington
We will be running the two day activities in Maclaurin Lecture Theatre 3 (MC 103) at the Victoria University Kelburn Campus.
If you’re unfamiliar with the Kelburn campus, let us know on your registration confirmation form and we’ll meet you and show you around.
If you have accessibility requirements, get in touch and we’ll make sure things are sorted.
Saturday & Sunday
24 & 25 August
10am - 6pm
Please arrive before 10am, so we can start promptly.
Register now for your free ticket to the best security-themed weekend event at Victoria University this August!
Note: Spaces are limited, and people are notorious for registering and not attending free events. In the week before the event you’ll have to confirm your registration to keep your place.
Check out the handout you’ll be given on arrival.
We will be providing a light lunch, catering for vegetarian and gluten free diets. Please bring a water bottle and any snacks you need to keep you going.
The Kelburn campus will be pretty quiet on a mid-term break weekend, so don’t count on anywhere being open for coffee or food.
Print out our A4 poster and display it proudly around your school.
Follow us on twitter: @securityacnz
Any questions? firstname.lastname@example.org
Boring, but serious stuff
We are committed to running an event that is inclusive to all and where everyone is welcome. There will be no alcohol. This event has a code of conduct, and we expect everyone to read it and abide by it. We reserve the right to remove anyone, for any reason.