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Hack In Paris 2020 Postponed Until February 2021

Posted in Commentary with tags on April 8, 2020 by itnerd

Due to the current circumstances, it was decided to postpone the 10th edition of Hack In Paris to February 15th to 19th 2021 at the Maison de la Chimie – Paris. The format remains unchanged and all the activities are maintained to celebrate the tenth edition.

Organised by Sysdream, the Cybersecurtity Divison of the Hub One group, Hack In Paris is a cybersecurity event gathering each year experts and passionate. The event provides during 5 days, a high-level program, dealing with leading topics though training sessions, talks and workshops. Brand new activities had been provided in 2019 and will be reintegrated to the program such as : Wargame, Hacker Jeopardy and Bug Bounty.

In this current situation, the safety of the attendees, service providers and guests is their priority. The agenda remains the same, and regardless of the possible cold weather, they will save you the warmest welcome. They will shortly get back with an event reflecting their desire to meet your expectations. The Hack In Paris team is already looking forward to welcome you all.

The store is still open, with a “standard” price until January 15th.

Hack In Paris 2020 Program Revealed

Posted in Commentary with tags on February 20, 2020 by itnerd

Organized by Sysdream, the cybersecurity division of the Hub One group, Hack in Paris is a steadily growing event, gathering each year IT security experts and passionate. In a dedicated environment, attendees will have the opportunity to understand the realities of hacking and its consequences for companies. It offers during 5 days, a high-quality program dealing with high end IT security such as: industrial espionage, penetration testing, physical security, forensics, malware analysis techniques and countermeasures.

After the success of the latest edition with more than 750 attendees, this annual event will take place from June 15th to 19th, at the Maison de la Chimie, in the heart of Paris.

The event format remains the same as its very first edition: 1 to 3-day training sessions and 2 days of talks.

However, new activities have been included since the last edition: Wargame, Hacker Jeopardy, Workshops and a Bug Bounty. We still have new releases to offer you for our anniversary. Be patient, they are in progress and we’ll reveal them just in time on our website and social networks: Twitter & LinkedIn. Meanwhile, the (almost) full program is online: 14 training sessions, 13 talks, 5 workshops and a Hacker Jeopardy.

Tickets are also available here.

Hack In Paris 2019: Program Is Online

Posted in Commentary with tags on January 15, 2019 by itnerd

Organized by Sysdream, cybersecurity division of Hub One, Hack In Paris will be held from June 16th to 20th and will bring together major IT security professionals and technical hacking ex¬perts to attend high level trainings, talks and workshops.

After the success of the latest edition with more than 750 attendees, this annual event will be held for the ninth time in France, at the Maison de la Chimie, in the heart of the 7th district of Paris. An event for experts and passionate people about IT security field.

The program remains the same, composed of 1 to 3-day trainings and 2-day talks. However, it will be expanded with the creation of an open Wargame, a Jeopardy which will replace the debate and workshops. New releases are under development.

The Call for papers for this edition closed on December 10th. After that, they have discussed to offer a complete and broad program, but also which maintains a high technical level. This time it’s official we have made their choice and the program (14 trainings, 15 talks, a Jeopardy) is online on their website. The 8 selected workshops will be online in a week.

Tickets are also available here, hurry up, seats are limited!

About Sysdream

Sysdream is the cybersecurity division of the Hub One Group. It provides corporate customers, both public and private, in France and abroad, with a wide range of solutions focused on technical and organisational auditing, IT security training and cyber-training.  In terms of infrastructure protection, it has an innovative approach to the implementation of an SOC (Security Operating Centre).

To address the issues of cybersecurity now and in the future, it draws on its research & technology watch laboratory. Since it is independent of any hardware or software solution, it can guarantee perfect objectivity in its recommendations and the technical choices operated for its customers. Sysdream is PASSI (Information Systems Security Auditing Service Providers)-certified by the ANSSI (French National Agency for Information System Security).

Sysdream is the originator of major events such as Hack In Paris, an event dedicated to cybersecurity professionals, and La Nuit du Hack (Hacking Night), the biggest annual convention for ethical hacking in France.

More information can be found here : Sysdream.com

8th Annual Hack In Paris Details Announced

Posted in Commentary with tags on March 9, 2018 by itnerd

Sysdream has announced the 8th edition of Hack in Paris, which will take place from the 25th to the 29th June 2018, in France at the Maison de la Chimie (Paris). Hack in Paris is a unique event composed of 3 days of training and 2 days of conferences, all of which will be given exclusively in English.

Here’s the list of training that will be offered:

Training 1: CORELAN “BOOTCAMP” with Peter Van Eeckhoutte: founder of Corelan Team and author of the well-known tutorials on Win32 Exploit Development Training.

Training 2: PRACTICAL INTERNET OF THINGS (IOT) HACKING with Aseem Jakhar: well known as the founder of Null and Nullcon Security Conference.

Training 3: SMART LOCKPICKING – HANDS-ON EXPLOITING IOT DEVICES BASED ON ELECTRONIC LOCKS AND ACCESS CONTROL SYSTEMS with Slawomir Jasek:  IT security consultant and expert since more than 10 years.

Training 4: HACKING IPV6 NETWORKS V4.0 with Fernando Gont specializes in the field of communications protocols security, working for private and governmental organizations from around the world.

Training 5: DESIGNING LINUX ROOTKITS with Himanshu Khokhar : an Information Security Instructor at CTG Security Solutions and the founder of SegFault, an infosec community.

Training 6: INFRASTRUCTURE SECURITY ASSESSMENT with Abhisek Datta and Omair. Abhisek Datta is a Security Researcher and Consultant and Omair has over eight years of experience in penetration testing, vulnerability assessment and network security.

Training 7: HACKING AND SECURING WINDOWS INFRASTRUCTURE with Paula Januszkiewicz: CEO and Founder of CQURE Inc. and CQURE Academy.

Training 8: LOW-LEVEL HARDWARE PENETRATION TESTING with Henrik Ferdinand Noelscher and Javier Vazquez: both working at NIO as a product security engineer.

Training 9: BUG HUNTING MILLIONAIRE: MASTERING WEB ATTACKS WITH FULL-STACK EXPLOITATION with Dawid Czagan: an internationally recognized security researcher and trainer / a founder and CEO at Silesia Security Lab.

Training 10: WINDOWS POST-EXPLOITATION SUBVERTING THE CORE with Ruben Boonen: a senior security consultant.

Training 11: ANALOGUE NETWORK SECURITY ARCHITECTURE & DESIGN with Winn Schwartau and Mark Carney. Mark works for Security Research Labs in Berlin and Winn is the Founder of The Security Awareness Company and in 2009 was named one of the Top-¬?20 security industry pioneers by SC Magazine.

Training 12: MOBILE APP ATTACK with Sneha Rajguru: active member of Null, senior consultant with Payatu software labs.

Training 13: PENTESTING THE MODERN APPLICATION STACK with Bharadwaj Machiraju, Francis Alexander: respectively OWASP project leader, and security engineer at Envestnet/Yodlee.

Training 14: REVERSE CODE ENGINEERING IN WIN32 APPS PROTECTING YOURSELF IN THE WILD with Ricardo Rodriguez: an Assistant Professor at Centro Universitario de la Defensa, General Military Academy, Zaragoza, Spain.

Training 15: SMASHING THE SSL/TLS PROTOCOL WITH PRACTICAL CRYPTO ATTACKS with Marco Ortisi: both an international speaker and independant penetration tester.

Training 16: PRACTICAL INDUSTRIAL CONTROL SYSTEM (ICS) HACKING with Arun Mane: a Hardware, IOT and ICS Security Researcher, working with Payatu Software Labs as Sr. Security Researcher.

Training 17: PENTESTING INDUSTRIAL CONTROL SYSTEMS with Arnaud Soullié, manager at Wavestone and specialist in Industrial Control Systems and Active Directory security.

Training 18: CCISO with Jeroen Van Der Vlies: Expert in the area of information security since more than 10 years.

More details available at: https://hackinparis.com/trainings/

 

Hack in Paris also offers 15 conferences including a debate, with world-renowned speakers.
Thursday, June 28th 2018 : (in chronological order)

Talk 1: DRONES THE NEW WEAPON OF CHOICE – ALSO FOR HACKERS by Dominique BRACK

Talk 2: BUILDING SYSTEMS ON SHAKY GROUNDS: 10 TACTICS TO MANAGE THE MODERN SUPPLY CHAIN by Robert WOOD

Talk 3: SILENT WIRE HACKING by Erwan BROQUAIRE & Pierre-Yves TANNIOU

Talk 4: AUDITD FOR THE MASSES by Philipp KRENN

Talk 5: FROM PRINTED CIRCUIT BOARDS TO EXPLOITS:  PWNING IOT DEVICES LIKE A BOSS by Damien CAUQUIL

Talk 6: MOBILE OPERATORS VS. HACKERS: NEW SECURITY MEASURES FOR NEW BYPASSING TECHNIQUES by Sergey PUZANKOV

Talk 7: THE OBFUSCATION TOOLKIT (OTK) & PRACTICAL APPROACHES TO SECURITY RESEARCH by Daniel BOHANNON

Debate: TO SERVE MAN : AI, MACHINE LEARNING & DEEP LEARNING IN SECURITY by Winn SCHWARTAU, Gregory CARPENTER & Michael MASUCCI

 

 

Friday, June 29th 2018 :

Talk 8: THE INSECURE SOFTWARE DEVELOPMENT LIFECYCLE: HOW TO FIND, FIX, AND MANAGE DEFICIENCIES WITHIN AN EXISTING METHODOLOGY by April WRIGHT

Talk 9: KNOCKIN’ ON IPV6’S DOORS by Fernando GONT

Talk 10: THE BICHO: AN ADVANCED CAR BACKDOOR MAKER by Sheila BERTA

Talk 11: THE PAST, PRESENT & FUTURE OF ENTERPRISE SECURITY: THE ‘GOLDEN AGE’ OF ATTACK AUTOMATION by Marcello SALVATI

Talk 12: HUNTING PBX FOR VULNERABILITIES by Sachin WAGH

Talk 13: NO WIN32_PROCESS NEEDED: EXPANDING THE WMI LATERAL MOVEMENT ARSENAL by Philip TSUKERMAN

Talk 14: HOW TO BRING HID ATTACKS TO THE NEXT LEVEL by Luca BONGIORNI

Talk 15: NFC PAYMENTS: THE ART OF RELAY & REPLAY ATTACKS by Salvador MENDOZA & Leigh-Anne GALLOWAY
Explore the detailed programme at : https://hackinparis.com/talks/

Tickets available at: https://hackinparis.com/store/

The 8th Edition Of Hack In Paris Announces Their Training Schedule

Posted in Commentary with tags on December 19, 2017 by itnerd

After the success of the latest edition with more than 650 attendees, this 5-day corporate event will be held for the eighth time in France, at the Maison de la Chimie, in the heart of the 7th district of Paris. An event for CISOs, CIOs, consultants, students and passionate about IT security field.

Once again they have selected the best speakers and trainers to offer a full and varied program. During a 1, 2 or 3-days training, you will learn and practice in a dedicated environment and supervised by professionals of hacking and security.

June 25th – 27th 2018: Training

Hack in Paris offers 18 training classes from 1 to 3 days led by international experts:

TRAINING 1 : Bug Hunting Millionaire: Mastering Web Attacks with Full-Stack Exploitation with Dawid Czagan
TRAINING 2 : Windows Post-Exploitation: Subverting the Core with Ruben Boonen
TRAINING 3 : Mobile App Attack with Sneha Rajguru
TRAINING 4 : Corelan Live – Bootcamp with Peter Van Eeckhoutte
TRAINING 5 : Practical IoT Hacking with Aseem Jakhar
TRAINING 6 : “Smart lockpicking” – hands on exploiting flaws in IoT devices based on electronic locks and access control systems with Slawomir Jasek
TRAINING 7 : Analogue network security architecture & design with Winn Schwartau & Mark Carney
TRAINING 8 : Hacking and Securing Windows Infrastructure with Paula Januszkiewicz
TRAINING 9 : Pentesting the Modern Application Stack with Francis Alexander
TRAINING 10 : Practical Industrial Control System (ICS) Hacking with Arun Mane
TRAINING 11 : Hacking IPv6 Networks v4.0 with Fernando Gont
TRAINING 12 : Pentesting Industrial Control Systems with Arnaud Soullie
TRAINING 13 : Reverse Code Engineering in Win32 apps: protecting yourself in-the-wild with Rodríguez Ricardo J
TRAINING 14 : Designing Linux Rootkits with Himanshu Khokhar
TRAINING 15 : Infrastructure Security Assessment with Omair
TRAINING 16 : Low-Level Hardware Penetration Testing with Henrik Ferdinand Noelscher and Javier Vazquez
TRAINING 17 : Smashing the SSL/TLS protocol with practical crypto attacks with Marco Ortisi
TRAINING 18 : Certified Chief Information Security Officer (CCISO) – online soon

Various topics will also be discussed in depth from a technical perspective. Additional details will be announced mid-February.

For more information visit https://hackinparis.com.

 

Hack in Paris 2017 Wrap-up

Posted in Commentary with tags on July 17, 2017 by itnerd
Hack in Paris 7th edition at the Hotel Newport Bay Club Convention Center just finished. In this amazing place, the event has been driven by three days of trainings and two days of talks in English.

Dedicated to IT security and hacking experts, this yearly “Rendez-vous” brought 600 people together, a new record for Hack in Paris.

From June 19th to 21st, six international experts taught attendees some of their theoretical & practical knowledge:

  • Corelan Advanced, with Peter Van Eeckhoutte
  • Offensive Mobile Application Exploitation, with Prateek Gianchandani
  • Practical IoT Hacking, with Aseem Jakhar
  • Developing Burp Suite Extensions, with Luca Carettoni
  • Practical SAP Netweaver ABAP Pentest, with Yvan Genuer
  • Smart Lockpicking, Hands-on exploiting IoT devices, with Slawomir Jasek

The talks took place on June 22nd and 23rd. Jayson E. Street started the show, introducing physical pentesting and international IT security. Then, speakers followed him during 15 conferences. Some dealt with technical presentations, exposing IoT (Internet of Things) failures, or how to secure as much as possible different networks, web apps, databases… Some other chose to talk about the social aspects of hacking & hackers in our present world.

Once again, Winn Schwartau ran a debate, this time dealing with Hackers role facing the Media, Truth, Trust and Alternative facts. Michael Masucci, Hollywood producer, Deral Heiland, IT researcher, Annie Machon British whistleblower and Winn Schwartau involved the public and debated on this subject two hours long.

The week ended with La Nuit du Hack on June 24th, confunded by Sysdream and HZV. This event was a great success too, recording more than 2 000 participants for its 15th edition.

Now that the event is closed, Hack in Paris team wants to thank all of the participants, trainers, speakers and the Convention Center’s staff who made of this event a unique and rewarding experience for everyone. Sysdream also thanks its sponsors : EC-Council, Checkmarx, Yes We Hack and Beyond Security.

If you did not attend the event or want to access the talks replays, check out our Youtube playlist: goo.gl/X8FfnF

The slides are also available at www.hackinparis.com

Hack In Paris 2017 Announced

Posted in Commentary with tags on March 21, 2017 by itnerd

Organized by Sysdream, Hack In Paris will be held from 19 to 23 June 2017. It will bring together major professional IT security and technical hacking experts to attend training and talks exclusively in English.

Intrusion attempts are more and more frequent and sophisticated, regardless of their target (state or corporation). In this context, international hacking events are multiplying. A few events have taken place in France but until now, no one had covered hacking practices with a technical approach including both professional training and information aspects.

Hack In Paris aims at filling this gap. After the success of the latest edition with more than 500 attendees, this 5-day corporate event will be held for the seventh time in France at the Newport Bay Hotel – Disneyland Paris. Hack In Paris attendees will discover the realities of hacking, and its consequences for companies. The program includes state of the art IT security, industrial espionage, penetration testing, physical security, forensics, malware analysis techniques and countermeasures.

An event for CISOs, CIOs, consultants, IT security and passionate students

Social Engineering, vulnerability exploits hardware and software, advanced tools such as use BurpPro, IoT exploitation, physical access control are all topics on offer. During a 1, 2 or 3-day training, you will learn and practice in a dedicated and supervised by professionals of hacking and security environment.

Practical information :

– From 19 to 23 June 2017
– Newport Bay Hotel – Disneyland Paris
– 3 days training (06/19/17 – 06/21/17)
– 2 days conference (06/22/17 – 06/23/17)
– Twitter : @hackinparis #HIP17