Hack the Capitol 2.0 was an event in Washington, DC that happened at the Wilson Center on May 15, 2019 that provided hands-on education and awareness to Congressional Staffers, Think Tanks, and Press.
This event had a significant value in raising awareness of our Nation's challenges with critical infrastructure and constructively providing kinesthetic learning at multiple levels.
ICS Cybersecurity & Implications for National Security
Security Like It’s 1996: Foundational Techniques for Assessing and Manipulating Embedded Devices
ICS and the Investment Community
Keynote Speaker: Jeanette Manfra, Assistant Director for Cybersecurity for the Department of Homeland Security’s Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA)
How to treat your "hacker" (a.k.a Independent Security Researcher.) and Responsible Vulnerability Disclosure
Analyzing the GreyEnergy Malware: From Maldoc to Backdoor
It Can't Happen Here - Right? ICS Attack Motivation and Targeting
DoD & DoE Perspectives on Emerging Threats to Critical Infrastructure
Governance and Leadership of Emerging Bio-technologies in a World without Borders
Rules of Engagement: Establishing Norms and Deterrence For Offensive-able Entities
Press Perspectives on Critical Infrastructure Security
An Overview of Aviation Cybersecurity
At the moment of crisis: The danger of “use or lose” pressures in countering ICS targeted intrusion operations