Events

Jun
27
RBTC Cyber Security Forum: How to Treat Your “Hacker”

Cyber Security Forum: How to Treat Your “Hacker” – June 27

The Roanoke-Blacksburg Technology Council's Cybersecurity Forum features FoxGuard Solutions' Monta Elkins.

In this presentation, Monta covers the best practices that business owners need to consider to responsibly deal with vulnerability disclosures, i.e. when someone calls you about a vulnerability, or your own people discover a vulnerability in your or someone else’s systems or software.

For more information about the Cybersecurity Forum and how to register, check out the event website

Jun
25
AWS Re:Inforce

AWS:Reinforce is Amazon Web Services' conference focused on cloud security.

Jun
25
Cyber Education Discovery Forum

The Cyber Education Discovery Forum (CEDF) is a multi-day professional development event designed to address our growing national shortage of cyber professionals at its roots. We believe that the key to filling the cyber workforce shortage is to empower and equip K-12 educators as they prepare the next generation to thrive in the cyber workforce of tomorrow.

Jun
16
GenCyber Camp for Secondary School Teachers

Virginia Tech will host a GenCyber computer and security training camp for secondary school teachers. This camp is for teachers from Virginia and other states who have been tasked with teaching cybersecurity curricula.Teachers will be trained in the principles of good cybersecurity practices and the science behind those practices so that they may both teach their students effective practices as well as motivate these students to study cybersecurity in further detail as they move into their chosen disciplines in colleges and universities.

Jun
11
AWS Public Sector Summit

The AWS Public Sector Summit features a keynote address highlighting the latest announcements and customer testimonials, technical sessions led by AWS engineers, and hands-on technical training.

Jun
10
2nd Annual AWS Hackathon for Good

Amazon Web Services (AWS) invites hackers, creators, innovators, and coders to solve problems, create new tools, and push the boundaries with challenges from government, non-profit and education organizations, including a challenge from the Virginia Cyber Range. Over the course of 10 hours, hackers will collaborate in teams to solve technological challenges using AWS technology and solutions. 

The Virginia Cyber Range will be onsite to give an overview of the challenge, offer guidance or further explanations, and be there for overall support throughout the duration of the hackathon. 

Register in advance if you'd like to participate in the hackathon.

May
13
EDUCAUSE Security Professionals Conference

Director David Raymond and Consulting Engineer Thomas "Tweeks" Weeks will run a workshop at EDUCAUSE, titled: "Using Capture the Flag for Cybersecurity Education and Training". Participants will get to learn about CTF competitions, how to host them, and how they can be leveraged in cybersecurity training and education.

May
7
CyberEd Weekly Workshop: Capture the Flag: Reconnaissance Challenges

Our free weekly online training will teach you how to use the Virginia Cyber Range features, courseware, and more!

This week we will discuss "Capture the Flag: Reconnaissance Challenges"

For the full workshop schedule visit our Cybersecurity Education Weekly Workshop page

Apr
30
CyberEd Weekly Workshop: Capture the Flag: Reverse Engineering (Part 2)

Our free weekly online training will teach you how to use the Virginia Cyber Range features, courseware, and more!

This week we will discuss "Capture the Flag: Reverse Engineering (Part 2)"

For the full workshop schedule visit our Cybersecurity Education Weekly Workshop page

Apr
24
NGA Capture the Flag Cyber Challenge Event

Sponsored by the National Governors Association and NICERC, the NGA Capture the Flag Cyber Challenge Event will be hosted on the Virginia Cyber Range. Students will complete a series of virtual cybersecurity challenges within the 24-hour competition period. Competition will include challenges in:

  • Reconnaissance
  • Web Exploitation
  • Cryptography
  • Networking
  • Reverse Engineering

The winning team will receive special recognition at the National Governors Association, to be held in Shreveport, Louisiana from May 14 – 15, 2019.

Visit the event page for more information.