Partners

Community-partners

Codeby.net

Codeby.net

Codeby.net is a portal that brings together programmers, information security specialists, ethical hackers and professionals in a wide variety of IT fields. The portal presents its own developments and research in information security, the latest news from the world of IT, reviews on hardware and software.

Cybershit

Cybershit

This is the Telegram channel dedicated to various aspects of information security and related technologies. We are focused on information security, network and web security, reverse engineering, social engineering and other cybersecurity spaces. Take care of information security and explore new areas of knowledge with us.

DC37517

DC37517

DC37517 — a Minsk-based association for amateurs, professionals and basically anyone interested in information security. It’s all about breaking the breakable and trying to improve security of non-breakable.

DC7495

DC7495

DC7495 is an open community with the purpose of spreading and exchanging knowledge in the area of information security. In our chat anyone can ask every question possible (corresponding to the community issue). Also, we are posting news, event previews and quests in the Telegram channel. Once a month DC7495 gathers offline meetups so anyone interested could take a part in making or listening to a report or just hang out for some networking and informal communication.

Twitter: https://twitter.com/DC_7495
Chat: https://tlg.name/DC7495
Channel: https://tlg.name/DEFCON7495
YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/DC7495

DC8800

DC8800

DC8800 is a non-profit group made up of independent IT security researchers. This is a phenomenon birthed out of sheer enthusiasm, fun, friendships and meet-ups at the bar. The main idea of DC8800 is that it’s a decentralized anonymous group without any leaders, just enjoying a great time, loving the mood and having a laugh. DC8800 team members are professionals in the following areas: double clicking, web security, cooking, binary vulnerabilities, framing carpentry, social engineering and sociopathy, breeding brachypelma smithi, database security and other cool things. Age of DC8800 members is between 12 and 58 years.

DC Nizhny Novgorod

DC Nizhny Novgorod

The Nizhny Novgorod DEFCON group (DC7831) unites people interested in the study and unusual use of modern technology, often in the scope of information security — that is, everything understood by the term «hacking» in the broad and positive sense of the word. The community is open to everyone, regardless of your knowledge capacity, gender, age, etc. — everyone who wants to learn about new things, help others to progress and simply communicate with the people of the same culture is welcome.

DevSecOps Wine

DevSecOps Wine

An original telegram channel devoted to such popular topics as building a secure development process (Secure DevOps), the security of public clouds, containers, and, of course, applications.

Hacker News

Hacker News

Hacker News — a community-generated news feed on information security, hackers, vulnerabilities and breaches.

itsec pro

itsec pro

IT Sec Pro Course is a platform for specialists, students, enthusiasts in the information security field. The main objectives of IT Sec Pro Course are to provide a platform for participants to share experiences and knowledge. IT Sec Pro Course is an open and private meetings and also different courses in universities.

SPbCTF

SPbCTF

SPbCTF is an open and independent CTF player community in St. Petersburg, Russia. It makes free-to-join meetups and trainings on competitive hacking, YouTube courses, events and contests. Seasoned CTF players with 12-year experience (teams LC↯BC, SiBears, PeterPen, Yozik) tell students about the infosec contests to snatch them from ICPC’s hands and introduce them to hacking culture.

r0 Crew

r0 Crew

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.

RUSCADASEC

RUSCADASEC

RUSCADASEC is an independent non-profit initiative on developing the open Russian-speaking international community of industrial cyber security / ICS / SCADA cyber security professionals. The initiative objectives are to raise the awareness and expertise of security and industrial automation specialists, to facilitate professional networking between specialists and organizations, to promote a security market, to develop relationship with like-minded foreign communities and increase general level of cybersecurity in industrial companies as a main goal.

SYS-ADMIN CHANNEL

SYS-ADMIN CHANNEL

SYS-ADMIN CHANNEL is a cognitive telegram-channel focused on news and global articles about information security / information technology. The channel originated from a forum of system administrators which is turning 10 years old this year. The community consists of system administrators, information security specialists and developers. The main goal is to provide assistance in solving any kind of IT problems, as well as to develop and expand IT knowledge / skills.

Rusecmedia

Rusecmedia

Rusecmedia is a comic media outlet about information security. ‘Tragicomedy, memes and humor are under our protection’.

VolgaCTF

VolgaCTF

VolgaCTF — an international cybersecurity contest. The meeting place for active and committed young specialists in the field of cyber security. The forum site where leading specialists both from Russia and from abroad share their experience with the new generation of cyber security professionals. Location: Samara.

Administrating with Bukva

Administrating with Bukva

‘Administrating with Bukva’ is an original content channel in Telegram covering system administration, DevOps and useful ins and outs of information security.

At first, it was a small channel where the creator — Bukva (@bykva), talked about network administration in Linux. Then the channel turned into a kind of a notebook describing the problems encountered by Bukva in practice, with supporting articles. Over time ‘Administrating with Bukva’ gained traction, which acquired the channel its current format.

ANTICHAT

ANTICHAT

ANTICHAT is one of the oldest and largest forums dedicated to information security, particularly in web applications. Its history begins in 2001, where their main directions were programming, web application security, anonymity, SEO and wireless technologies. At the moment, many forum participants are leading experts in the field of information security in Russia and the CIS countries, as well as around the world.
Ticketing partner

Timepad

Timepad

Event organisation and e-ticketing.

Timepad helps to organise a successful event of any scale and format — from an international convention to a soccer masterclass. These guys rid you of the headache of making a website, documentation turnover and provide a comprehensive stats about your events, be it applications, attendance and everything in between.