Our Cyber Range Events

Cyber ranges aren’t Just for Pros!

Anyone can grow their skills with cyber ranges. That is why the Security Innovation team regularly opens up one of our commercial cyber ranges to run public events.

Industry Conferences
Onsite CTF (capture-the-flag) competitions at RSA, DEFCON, OWASP, ISSA,  and others

Diversity groups
We partner with the International Consortium of Minority Cybersecurity Professionals (ICMCP), Executive Women’s Forum (EWF),  American Indian Science and Engineering Society (AISES),  STEM and others committed to inclusion.

Open enrollment
Remote events like Hack Though the Holidays, Hot Dogs & Hacking, March Hackness and Attack in Autumn

Youth
Our cyber ranges are used to train the Girl Scouts,  STEM and  YearUp students, and middle schoolers. We also provide scholarships for our annual Cyber Security Beanpot for Boston area universities and Grace Hopper.

Don’t be left out

Upcoming Events, coming soon…

OWASP (The Open Web Application Security Project) OWASP:  Long & Successful Collaboration

For years, Security Innovation has partnered with national and local OWASP chapters to bring a hands-on learning experience to its members in the following cities:

  • Boston
  • Chicago
  • Dallas
  • Atlanta
  • NYC
  • Nashville
  • Vancouver
  • Tampa
  • Stockholm
  • Phoenix
  • Columbus
  • Los Angeles
  • Toronto
  • Philadelphia
  • Denver
  • Indianapolis
  • St. Louis
  • Goa, India

“Thank you Security Innovation for sponsoring our OWASP Chicago chapter meeting and leading 80+ members through a cyber range event. It was a fun and engaging way to think like an attacker in order to apply security concepts to development”

Michael Allen, OWASP Chicago Chapter Lead

“As technical professionals, we like to learn by doing, which is why the CTFs we run using Security Innovation’s cyber range are so popular. Each year, the competition expands and SnowFROC attendees look forward to it”

Steve Kosten, OWASP Denver Board Member

“Security Innovation did an amazing job running their virtual CMD+CTRL cyber range at our chapter meeting! I’ve already had several people ask when we we’re doing this again! Thanks to you all for your support and commitment to excellence!”

Mark Gesslin, OWASP Nashville Chapter leader