It's time for the 1st Annual Tampa Bay
ISSA Hack the Flag/Chili Cookoff.
This year's competition will be held on
Saturday, September 22, 2012 from 12:00pm - 4:00pm at
American Legion, 3810 W. Kennedy Blvd.
Tampa, FL 33609.
We will have two Hack the Flag competitions. One will be
an advanced game for the Ninja hackers and the other will be a game for
newer security professionals, Samurai. You can create your own team of
2-5 people, or if you do not have a team you can request to be added to one at
the time of registration. For team members registering, please specify your
team name at the time of registration so we will know which people are on the
NOTE: Each team member must register individually for the event,
and only one registration per person will be honored. All attendees must PRE-REGISTER.
IMPORTANT: You MUST bring your registration confirmation with you to gain
entry to the event. Space is limited so sign up early: http://www.eventbrite.com/event/2626261218/eorg
!!! PRIZES !!! - The winning Samurai team will receive
$250 and the Ninja team will receive $400. The winner of the chili contest will
Registration - FREE
Both competitions require teams between 2-5 members each.
When you register, please specify what competition you would
like to participate in, if any, and your team name. If you do not have a team,
you will be assigned to one. Registration is required to attend the event and
is limited so be sure you sign up early. http://www.eventbrite.com/event/2626261218/eorg
Chili Cook Off
In addition to our Hack The Flag we will also be hosting
our 1st annual Chili Cook Off, which always makes the Hack The Flag
event much more interesting. Anyone can bring in their best chili to be tasted
and tested by the rest. You do not have to compete in the Hack The Flag
games to compete in the Chili Cook Off, simply specify you will be bringing
Chili on the registration page. In addition to the chili, TB ISSA will be
providing drinks, adult beverages and other snacks.
As with any computer system there is always a risk of data loss.
We strongly encourage you to backup your computer before attending the event.
There are several software tools that will be in use at the event that could
cause data loss. You agree to participate in this event at your own risk and to
the extent permitted by applicable law, you agree to defend, indemnify, and
hold harmless Tampa Bay ISSA, its directors, officers and agents from and
against all claims and expenses, including attorneys' fees.
If you would like more information regarding the type of event
we are holding you can get additional details here: http://www.miamip0wnmachine.com/?page_id=267
More details and information will be provided in additional posts
on the TB ISSA chapter website http://tampabay.issa.org/ and on other announcement emails.
We would like to thank our Hack The Flag event sponsors
and ask you to support them as they make this event possible!
DG Technology, Forsythe, GuidePoint
Security, Mission Critical Systems, Splunk, Vormetric
BT, Check Point, Fishnet Security,
Imation, Palo Alto, Qualys, RSA, Verdasys