7 months ago

And the winner is...

The judges have weighed in, and our community has voted! Go to the MD5 Physical Cyber Hackathon gallery to congratulate the winners and check out all of the awesome submissions.

Even though the competition is over, you don't have to stop coding. Update your portfolio to inform your followers about new projects and get feedback from fellow hackers.

Questions?

If you have any questions about the hackathon, please post on the discussion forum.


8 months ago

NARI Building Control Systems test and data set.

Nebraska Applied Research Institute (NARI)
Industrial Control System Data Captures

Each dataset mimics a ICS network on a small office network, so there is ICS traffic alongside other items you would find within an office network which include network shares, file transfers and engineer workstation commands. The attack datasets additionally include malicious traffic that the students will need to identify the effect each attack has on the ICS network. So, the lighting attack for example focuses on the lighting control, thermal attack focuses on the HVAC controls and the camera attack focuses on the security side. Each dataset also includes…

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8 months ago

Introspective Networks SmokeVPN and SmokeTunnel

Introspective Networks (IN) has created a series of products around its patented Streaming Transmission One-time-pad Protocol or STOP technology. STOP creates a virtual smokescreen in your network. Using highly advanced Moving Target Defense (MTD) techniques, all common forms of network attack are thwarted. Man in the Middle, Packet Spoofing and DoS attack vectors are all removed.

 

SmokeVPN

VPN has the same shortcomings as any other IP traffic – it is exposed to a multitude of network facing attacks. If the objective is to take your VPN down, it is really easy with current solutions.

 

Add STOP to your…

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8 months ago

Challenge Brief

Summary of Challenge Brief Shared during the Hackathon Opening. 

Content designed to:

  • Bring to life pressing problem areas related to physical cybersecurity
  • Provide compelling, inspiring, interesting areas to tackle
  • Share a synthesis of the important themes we heard across numerous in-person interviews

 

 

Click here to download the pdf of the challenge brief

Questions?

If you have any questions about the hackathon, please post on the discussion forum.


8 months ago

Boulder Agenda

Here is the top level agenda for the weekend.  All times local.  Check announcements for real-time updates.

Boulder page 1  Boulder Page 2

Friday April 6

5:00 PM     Doors Open

6:00           Opening Presentations  & Challenge Brief

6:30           Dinner & Networking

7:30           Team Formation

8:00           Hacking Starts

11:00 PM    Doors Close

Saturday April 7

8:00AM       Doors Open  & Breakfast

8:30           Hardware checkout opens

All Day        Mentoring Sessions

                  Tech Workshops

   …

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8 months ago

Omaha Agenda

Here is the top level agenda for the weekend.  All times local.  Check announcements for real-time updates.

Omaha Agenda Page 1    Omaha Page 2

Friday April 6

6:00 PM     Doors Open

7:00           Opening Presentations  & Challenge Brief

7:30           Dinner & Networking

8:30           Team Formation

9:00           Hacking Starts

11:00 PM    Doors Close

Saturday April 7

8:00AM       Doors Open  & Breakfast

8:30           Hardware checkout opens

All Day        Mentoring Sessions

                  Tech Workshops

 …

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8 months ago

See you next weekend! Make sure you register on Eventbrite!

Hi all,

We look forward to seeing you next weekend at the MD5 Physical Cybersecurity Hackathon! We are excited to hack with you in both Boulder and Omaha.

Please do make sure you have registered on the Eventbrite for your location: https://www.eventbrite.com/o/md5-11104685451

Further event details will be posted on the Eventbrite page and sent to you via email from Eventbrite.

You are required to register on Eventbrite in order to attend the event.

Questions?

If you have any questions about the hackathon, please send us an email: hack@md5.net

See you next weekend!