Dates fixed for OFFZONE 2024
The next international conference on practical cybersecurity OFFZONE is scheduled for August 22–23 in Moscow. The venue will be announced later.
Since 2018, the event has been steadily drawing together a diverse community of industry professionals: cybersecurity specialists, developers, engineers, independent researchers, lecturers, and students. Select speakers address the most recent developments in the cyber threat landscape and explore the application of emerging cybersecurity technologies.
In addition to expert talks, attendees can join workshops and engage in interactive experiences. They can try their hand at searching for vulnerabilities, take part in hack quests, get a permanent tattoo, and customize their badges with some soldering. The badge concepts change year to year, so a full collection is quite something to boast about.
Traditionally, the conference will be hosted offline, without a live stream.
In 2022, OFFZONE welcomed more than 2,000 participants, while in 2023 the number of attendees exceeded 2,500. This year, we have limited the amount of tickets to 2,500 since we want to keep the original cozy atmosphere of the event. It’s really great to see OFFZONE evolve into a vibrant hub that attracts the cybersec community. Sure enough, the conference is becoming a key industry event of the year.
OFFZONE 2023 featured 108 experts and 8 thematic zones. The keynote speaker was Omar Ganiev, an ethical hacker and DeteAct founder. The event was supported by 50 partners: 18 media outlets, 15 community groups, and a range of organizations (Sber, Tinkoff, Kaspersky, Sovcombank Technologies, and others).