Workshops / Training / Demos

New for 2015 we have decided to run a series of workshops, training, and demos.

We have 3 workshops planned and still have a 1hr workshop space availble.


The workshops we have planed are detailed below.  Some require pre-registation, and some require a laptop and software to be pre-installed. So please read carefully.


10:00 - 11:00 - Industrial Control Systems (ICS) Security Demo
Ben Green - Security Lancaster (@LancsUniSecure)
William Knowles (@william_knows) - Security Lancaster


Security Lancaster will provide a general overview of Industrial Control Systems (ICS) and the environments in which they are used. Using real-world hardware and software taken from Security Lancaster’s ICS test bed, a demonstration of basic functionality will be provided. A summary of security challenges stemming from social, technical, and organisational domains, will lead into a demonstration of attacks, highlighting their impact on operational processes and user visibility. The presentation will conclude with a more detailed discussion of Security Lancaster’s ICS test bed facilities and related research.



11:30 - 12:30 - Workshop slot available

This slot is still availbale - Contact us if you have a 1hr workshop, demo, or training session you would like to give.  It can be extened by 30mins if required into the lunch break.



13:30 - 15:30 - Windows Privilege Escalation
Francesco Mifsud (@GradiusX) - Context
Ruben Boonen (@FuzzySec) - Context


The Windows Privilege Escalation workshop aims to provide attendees with a solid understanding of the various steps required to go from low level privileges to SYSTEM level privileges.


To get the most out of the workshop you will need:



15:45 - 17:45 - Secure Coding
Paul Johnson - Pen Test Ltd


This 2 hour session is a brief intro to Secure Coding in Java (for pre-registered participants only).  This course is aimed at developers with an interest in security, rather than security professionals.


Course Prerequisites: