Venue: George Watson’s College, Edinburgh
Le Tour Du Hack is ENUSEC’s, Edinburgh Napier University Security Society, annual flagship event. The goal of Le Tour Du Hack is to educate attendees on cybersecurity through engaging, innovative and unique ways. The first Le Tour Du Hack took place in 2017 as a weekend face-to-face CTF competition aimed at students interested in cybersecurity within the Edinburgh area.
Going into its third year, #LTDH19 looks to build upon the success of #LTDH18 through adapting to the feedback gathered from our attendees, sponsors and organising team. After taking this feedback into account, we have decided to change our day 1 from a workshop focus to a more traditional conference format. This means for the first time ever, ENUSEC will be hosting a conference!
The educational ethos which always has underpinned Le Tour will carry over to this conference. There is no better example of this than our planned devotion of our 2nd track to students speakers. Providing the opportunity for fellow students to gain public speaking experience.
The second day will be familiar to those who have attended Le Tour previously, an entirely student led and organised Capture the Flag event, focusing on engaging, practical and technical content. Which has seen hundreds of students coming together from all over the UK to learn and develop their skills, competing over the day in numerous varied & intense challenges.
We want you to make the most of Le Tour by submitting to our Call for Papers.
LTDH will comprise of a kickass keynote, followed by a full day of awesome talks across 2 tracks!
In the educational spirit of Le Tour, we wish to provide a place for fellow students to share the fantastic work they’re doing in the industry of cybersecurity: we also welcome discussion, and want to act as an opportunity for students to develop their public speaking ability. To facilitate this, one of our tracks will be dedicated to students.
We are looking for original conference talks showcasing compelling research, fascinating experiences, interesting findings or unique perspectives.
Our event couldn’t happen without support from the industry. ENUSEC is ran as a not-for-profit and the support from the industry has been instrumental in enabling students to provide & attend in the United Kingdom. Our links to the student community provide an excellent employment opportunities for awesome, modern organisations.
ENUSEC abides and enforces the Berlin Code of Conduct, this same Code of Conduct will apply to all attendees of #LTDH19. By doing so we hope this facilitates an inclusive and welcoming atmosphere for all.
Edinburgh is a well connected city.
MegaBus and National Express operate out of St Andrew’s square Bus Station
Edinburgh Waverley, Haymarket.
With the venue TBC, we are unable to provide specific suggestions for accommodation.
ENUSEC was started by a small handful of students and staff from Edinburgh Napier University. The concoction of french speakers, hackers and cycling enthusiasts within this collective resulted in the name “Le Tour Du Hack”.
This will all be revealed in due course.
No! Both days are open to all. However, the CTF is aimed at students but professionals and noobs alike are more than welcome.
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