Hack the Capitol is a two day event in Washington, DC at the Wilson Center on September 26th and 27th to provide hands-on education and awareness to Congressional Staffers, Think Tanks, and Press.
Congressional Staffers and Think Tanks - An all day event will take place on Wednesday, September 26th focused on providing talks, workshops, and hands-on exhibits. If you are interested in attending, register here.
Members of Press - The morning of Thursday, September 27th will be dedicated to hands-on exhibits and workshops specifically targeted for the Press. If you are interested in attending, register here.
This kind of event has never been done before and will have significant value in raising awareness of our Nation's challenges with critical infrastructure and constructively providing kinesthetic learning at multiple levels.
Cybersecurity of ICS Components: What are the effects on National Security?
Cyber Mutual Assistance – A New Model for Electric Companies Preparing and Responding to Cyber Security Emergencies
Hacking the Power Grid: Analyzing what Hackers do when they have access to the "Power Grid Honeypot"
Bridging the Gap Between Informational Technologists (IT) and Operational Technologists (OT): Finding Common Ground in Addressing Security Threats
Securing Critical Infrastructure through Side-Channel Monitoring
Walking Before You Run: A Look at the Maturation of ICS Cybersecurity
Everything is a computer: Live hacking demonstration
The US electric power grid is increasing under cyber-attack - how is the energy sector dealing with this rapid escalating threat? If this is the "new normal" - what is next?
TRISIS in Perspective: Implications of Safety System Attacks for ICS Defenders
Stopping Tomorrow's Attack: Protecting High Risk, Critical Systems
Debunking the Myths: Threat-based Cyber Policy Prescriptions
Encryption in Industrial Control Systems: Is the Juice Worth the Squeeze
A new methodology for engineering out the cyber risk from things that must not fail
XFCs: That’s a Lot of Toasters – Grid Security and EV Charging Infrastructure