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    CSECcon II - 2023

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    UTS:CSEC presents CSECcon II. By community members, for community members.

    Find out more at our official website (cseccon.utscyber.org), or read on below.

    What is CSECcon?

    CSECcon is a cybersecurity conference run by UTS:CSEC. We aim to introduce students from all areas to the information security industry through presentations, a conference-wide CTF, and a social environment where students can congregate with professionals and other students interested in cyber.

    CSECcon is an info-sec conference run by community members for community members. CSECcon is aimed primarily at tertiary students, however, we welcome any other students, as well as academics and professionals within the cybersecurity industry. If you are reading this, CSECcon is for you!

    Who is CSEC?

    The Cyber Security Society (CSEC) is a not-for-profit student-run initiative at the University of Technology Sydney. Our team is dedicated to bridging the gap between academia and industry by arming students with the practical skills necessary to launch their careers in information security. For more information, please visit our website https://utscyber.org/.


    Who is CSECcon for?

    CSECcon is an info-sec conference run by community members for community members. CSECcon is aimed primarily at tertiary students, however, we welcome academics and professionals within the cybersecurity industry. Speakers are more than encouraged to deliver presentations from all areas of cybersecurity, blue team or red team. If you are reading this, CSECcon is for you!


    What is the theme this year?

    Last year we chose the theme 'Revival' because it felt natural coming out of environment of the global pandemic. This year we have chosen 'INTO THE BREACH' inspired by the increased amount of data breaches in the recent months having a significant impact on millions of Australians.


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