Register Now to Find Fame, Fortune and Fun with CTFs!
Capture the Flag is a game that can teach valuable lessons in teamwork, strategy, agility and endurance. The equivalent in the hacking world is no different except for the skinned knees… sometimes! Fame and fortune from playing may be relative, but CTFs are definitely fun and also rewarding in knowledge, swag and sometimes even cash! And they’re not just for the ultimate hacking gurus. Professional pentester, Ray Doyle, honed his craft through CTFs, won black badges at DEF CON & DerbyCon and also hosts them. Join us as we explore the ins and outs of CTFs, demo numerous challenges live and share how CTFs can advance anyone’s career at any level in this FREE EH-Net Live! webinar on Thurs Nov 21, 2019 at 1:00 PM EST. Join us live to receive certificates for easy submission of CPEs!
Agenda for “All Things CTF!“:
Note: Subject to Change
- Intro by Don Donzal, EH-Net Editor-in-Chief
- Bio – Ray Doyle
- Brief Overview of CTFs
- Why Play?
- Demos of Common Challenges
- Our Favorite CTF Resources
- Playing vs Hosting
- Advancing Your Career with CTFs
- Where to Get the Skills to Compete in the Virtual Arena and the Workplace
- Post Game on EH-Net
Although this is a free event, registration is required. Capacity is limited so join early. Our virtual doors to the webinar open 30 minutes before the scheduled start time. Feel free to invite your friends and colleagues!
EH-Net Live! Nov 2019 – Guest Bio
|The man, the myth, the legend; Ray Doyle, OSCE, OSCP, GXPN, aka @doylersec is an avid pentester and security enthusiast. He now works as a Senior Staff Adversarial Engineer at Avalara and was formerly a Principal Penetration Testing Consultant at Secureworks. You can visit his blog at https://www.doyler.net, where he has been posting for over four years now!
When he’s not hacking for work he’s, well, hacking for fun as well…Ray has attended various security conferences for the past few years now, and has even spoken at CarolinaCon, BSides Manchester, BrrCon, BSides Denver, and BSides Raleigh/RDU. He has competed in numerous hacking competitions and CTFs over the years, most recently with Team EverSec, and managed to place 1st in the Raleigh BSides CTF, 1nd in the DerbyCon CTF (winning the last DerbyCon ‘black badge’), 1st in the DEF CON 24 SOHOpelessly Broken CTF (winning a DEF CON ‘black badge’), and 1st in the DEF CON 25 Wireless CTF (helping to win another black badge).
Other than security, you can always hit him up for a Super Smash Brothers Melee money match or in City of Heroes (@doyler).
For videos and slide decks of all of our previous webinars, see the EH-Net Live! Archive.Tags: 2019 ctf eh-net live! pentest reverse engineering webapp