$RU$

 #RU#

 @RU@

0x7DC

0x7DD

0x7DE

0x7DF

25-26.11.15

 $RU$

 #RU#

 @RU@

0x7DC

0x7DD

0x7DE

0x7DF

25-26.11.15

Media partners

Title media partner


The Hacker magazine is the most popular computer magazine in Russia. Made for people who are deeply interested in information security and IT in common, programming and building information systems. Every month: fresh software security flaws, best viruses and trojans, real life stories of computer attacks from a hacker's perspective, computer tips&tricks.

Gold media partner


Anti-Malware Test Lab is an independent international organization.  Our activities include testing information security software and sharing the results of our analyses with users and professionals. We are not controlled by or affiliated with any software vendors.


Silver media partner


PC World is a popular specialized magazine about the varied world of personal computers, communicators, smartphones, and their connection tools.

The magazine is designed for those who are passionate about IT, who want to purchase new equipment or use what they have to the maximum efficiency. Every issue contains multiple tests and reviews, case studies, analytical articles, and interviews. Our own testing laboratory constantly increases the array of tested products. Our readers do not dream about devices but buy them!


Strategic media partner


BIS Journal — Information security for banks is a specialized industry title about the information security banks, financial organiizations, and payment system. This magazine is one of a kind in Russia.

Media partners


Open Security is a creative project where experts speak about information security in an open and simple way.

Noise Security Bit is an irregular podcast for information security researchers. We do not discuss news because it is our guests who creates them. The purpose of the project is to discuss hot infosecurity topics with famous Russian-speaking experts from all over the world. The team of NoiSeBit is against censorship in any manifestations, and our podcasts do not suffer any moderation.

Web portal DailyComm publishes up-to-date information concerning information technology, electronics, Internet and telecommunications. Our site provides information space for IT market players to publish their own materials and articles. Target audience - vendors' representatives, distributors, resellers, system integrators, developers, retailers, and IT specialists from other companies (banks, companies, etc.).

Site's coverage area — the territory of Russian Federation.


r0 Crew is a community of low-level information security researchers (reverse engineering, researching viruses and exploits).

The main goal of the community is to create a supportive environment for gatherings, communication, and exchange of experience.

You can contact us on the forum itself, in the Jabber conference, at the forum gatherings, or at the recently established annual conference.


IT Manager is the go-to magazine for the leaders of IT companies in Russia. In this journal, IT managers share their experience of resolving technical and management tasks. Not only does this business title solve technical issues, but it also highlights the lifestyle and interests of CIOs.

IT News newspaper is a multimedia business title focused on IT.
The most important economic, financial, corporate, and political events related to the IT field activities.
The paper version of IT News invites the reader back into the familiar paper structure, which is divided into special areas by topic.
The most attention is paid to the events which can influence the business of companies.
 
SecurityLab is one of the most well-known information security resources in Russia. News and information about various events connected to information security from all over the world, security bulletins of IT vendors, original and translated analytical articles are published on the portal. The most important part of the portal is the latest information about published vulnerabilities and recommendations on their elimination in the Russian language. Thousands of information security experts from Russia, CIS and foreign countries visit the forum of the portal every day. Securitylab ensures information support being a media partner of the main industry events.

ICT-Online.ru started in 2008 and covers the issues of infocommunication technologies (that's why ICT-Online) on Russian market. The number of visitors is more than 100 thousands per month, number of subscribers who receives everyday maillist is over 2 thousands. The basic sections of ICT-Online.ru are News, Interviews, Analytics and Projects. Everyday we publish several dozens of articles.

DGL.RU is a portal dedicated to digital electronics, modern gadgets and technology. We deliver fresh and exciting stories about new products changing our life, about the trends and contradictions of the digital era.

RuCTFE is an annual online international challenge in the information security. It has been held 6 times already.

The contest is driven by classic rules. Each team is given a set of vulnerable services. Organizers regulary fill services with private information — the flags. The goal of each team is to find vulnerabilities, fix them in their services and exploit them in order to get flags from other teams. Please refer to the rules page and Wikipedia article for slightly more info.

Top student teams according to the results of RuCTFE 2015 will be invited to the annual national Russian university challenge in the information security RuCTF 2016.

RuCTFE 2015 starts on November 21, 2015 at 10:00 UTC and will last for 9 hours. As usual, the network will be closed for the first hour.

Registration will be closed on November 21, 2015 at 08:00 UTC.

 

A hacker conference that’s all about passwords, PIN codes, and digital authentication.

Passwords are the most prevalent form of authentication in the digital age, and are the first line of defense against unauthorized access in most systems. Even if you are using some other form of authentication for a particular service, there’s still a password in the chain somewhere — it all comes back to relying on something somewhere being password-protected. But after 50 years of computing evolution, 123456 and password still top the list of most frequently used passwords. And nearly a half billion passwords have been compromised over the last five years alone, including breaches from companies such as Adobe, Twitter, Forbes, LinkedIn, Yahoo, and LivingSocial. Clearly, we have a systemic problem with password authentication – and it's not going away any time soon.

Passwords is the first and only conference of its kind, where leading researchers, password crackers, and experts in password security from around the globe gather in order to better understand the challenges surrounding digital authentication, and how to adequately address them. While large mainstream conferences tend to focus on current hot topics in the information security industry, Passwords events explore fringe conversations on everything from analysis and education to creating, securing, cracking, and exploiting authentication solutions. And unlike other events where the speaker is rushed in and out, Passwords provides an intimate environment for participants to directly engage speakers before, during, and after their presentations.

Passwords was launched in Bergen, Norway in 2010, motivated by dissatisfaction with the robustness and usability of current authentication solutions. Now in its sixth year, Passwords is held twice a year on two continents, and Passwords15 Las Vegas marks the 8th global event.

Stay tuned for updates!

To become a media partner, please contact:

Julia Koldicheva
+7 495 223-07-86
j.koldicheva@dsec.ru