A Town Hall on Cyber Resources for Local Educators & Parents
Conducted by Idaho's National Laboratory
October 1st 16:00 - 18:00
Are you a local educator or parent with an interest in expanding your children's,
school's, or community's awareness surrounding local cyber security resources? Come
meet with local experts from Idaho's National Laboratory who can help open the aperture
on what awesome resources are available to you right in your own backyard! This will be
a town-hall style session. Come as you are!
Conducted by CompuNet
October 1st 13:00 - 17:00
PacketCTF is a network-focused capture the flag (CTF) exercise, using packet capture
files (pcaps) that participants can download from the gameboard. PacketCTF uses the
CTFd gameboard and runs as a jeopardy-style game with individual players. Players that
finish at the top are eligible for prizes provided by CompuNet!
Pre-Requisites: Laptop/access to internet at conference
Cloud Forensics Challenge
Conducted by Kerry Hazelton
October 1st 09:00 - 17:00
After a year's hiatus, the Cloud Forensics Challenge team is back and is pleased
to introduce their latest version of their all-day training workshop and CTF Challenge
that has earned them high praise from many prior attendees. As before, the first half of
the workshop will focus on how to gather evidence and conduct the investigation; with the
second half being the CTF Challenge itself taking place in a live environment where students
will have to search for "flags" to redeem and earn points.
Introductory Embedded Device Course
Conducted by QED Secure Solutions
October 1st 09:00 - 17:00
This workshop will introduce students to basic characteristics of embedded devices,
discuss differences and similarities of embedded devices compared with traditional
computers, and provide a hands-on opportunity for students to assess and exploit
their own embedded device (RPi 4 starter kit will be provided to each student for them to take home)
Pi Café OSINT Scavenger Hunt
Join PiCafe for our Open-Source Intelligence Scavenger Hunt! Security Northwest,
a trusted and valued company protecting hundreds of businesses, has recently been
hacked! Your journey begins on the scene at a defaced website. Follow the clues
across the web and discover more about the attacker and who might be the next victim!
Pi Café Cyber Challenge
Set up a team or participate individually to reverse-engineer, break, hack, decrypt,
and think creatively and critically to solve cyber challenges and capture the flags.
This challenge will expose players to real-world cybersecurity problems. The more
challenges you solve, the more point you earn to be the PiCafe Cyber Challenge Winner!
Bead-Sides – Creating STEAM by adding “Art” into STEM
All information-security (info-sec), or computer science professionals need to be able
to solve puzzles, recognize patterns, and think in unique ways. Make your own BSides
Crypto Bracelet – or just a memento with your own flair.
- Brand new, or need a refresher? Watch the modules free from Kahn Academy on cryptology, and follow instructions to make a bracelet to decipher your own messages.
- Intermediate or advanced? Create your own cypher, make it as complex or multi-layered as you’d like.
Professional Village, Lock-pick Village and More!
Spend time learning, networking, or creating in our less structured room. Take breaks to
socialize, try some new puzzles or exercise your lock-picking prowess. Sign up or
participate at your own pace. Feel free to ask questions, explore, and to network.