IT Security is hard. You have to keep hacking away.

Registration for CyberCAMS-2015

Saturday, August 22nd, 2015  –  Carleton U  –  Rm 306 St. Patrick’s building  –  Registration 11:15 am 

Sorry – Event Sold Out!

To be on the wait list, visit our contact page

We will play in teams. Everyone can learn from each other, and no one gets left behind.

  • No hacking experienced is required.  If you can type the computer commands we show you, then you’ll do fine.  If you are a guru-ninja-hacker already, this event is not for you.
  • Windows and UNIX Sys-Admins, Network-Admins, Helpdesk Agents:  You’re going to love this.  The technical environment will already be familiar, so you will focus 100% on real-world IT security (hacker) tools and techniques.
  • ISSA, ASIS, ISACA, ISC(2) Members: Participants such as security consultants, auditors, architects, and managers get a glimpse into the technical side of hacking – without getting lost in the details. (And earn 4 CPE’s.)
  • Preparation:  None needed.  Most participants are new to hacker tools, so you’ll get guidance on the spot.  But if you want to prep in advance, try out the network scanning, password cracking, and pen-test tools in Kali Linux.

Bring your Laptop   <—  NEW!

Any functioning laptop is good enough, since all the action takes place on our servers.  All you need is a web browser VNC-Viewer software.  It’s a tiny 3MB.  Download from here for Windows or Mac.  No need to even install it -just copy to your desktop and you’re ready to roll.  (Advanced users can get more info here.)

Entertainment Level

Extreme. You’ll be going head-to-head with other teams attacking a realistic corporate environment. Points for time, and “flags” captured. There will be Pwners and Luzers. Good luck!

  • Teams: We’ll form teams on-site.  3 to 4 people each.  If you already have a group, we can probably accommodate.
  • Top Prize: Bragging rights in front of your friends – and on your resume.  Also some pirate booty for winning teams at each stage of the event.

Great Location

  • Carleton University (Directions to Campus)
  • Room 306, St. Patrick’s Building (Campus Map)  St. Patrick’s is building “ST” at North end of campus.
  • Parking  (Parking Map) Use paid parking in new parking building, just besides 6-A and 6-B on map.  Only $4.00 for all day on weekends.

 Great Value!

  • Price: $50 per person. Includes Snacks at 11:15 and Lunch around 12:45.
  • Cyber-Trio Special:  $40 per person.  Groups of 3 or more get a $10 refund *each* at the door.

Register here…  Don’t forget to bring your laptop.

  • Date:  Saturday, August 22, 2015
  • Time:  Registration/Snacks at 11:15.  Start time is 11:30.  Will end around 4pm.

Sorry,  event is Sold Out.

To be on the wait list, visit our contact page

Registration: Select “Standard $50.00 CAD” – OR – Use drop-down menu for “Discount (with code)” that you received from your association.

Lunch Options: Use the drop-down to choose regular or veggie lunch.

Discount Code: Enter your Discount Code here. For Cyber-Trio Special (3 or more people registering as a group), there is no code – you each register separately, and you will be reimbursed at the door.

Then click the “Pay Now” button to register… using your PayPal account, or any major credit card.

Open Events

Open Events are open to anyone who wants to improve their IT Security skills, meet others, and have fun!  We get great feedback from sys admins, network admins, web programmers, and IT-Sec consultants and practitioners - of all skill levels.


Corporate/Department Events are for groups who want to have a fun and challenging team-building event.  There's no better, faster, or more effective way to build IT Security skills, than to put the team into a competitive environment.  We can do this on- or off-site.  Great pricing if we combine your team event with others.

Student Events

Student Events started at Algonquin College in June 2012.  Since then, we've done similar events at McGill University for Electrical, Computer and Software engineering students, Carleton U "Learn to Win" program, and La Cité Collégiale.  If you are interested in having an event at your school then let us know.

Groups & Associations

Group and Association Events can be an exciting and engaging addition to your calendar.  A hands-on, fun-filled and challenging activity that your members will really look forward to.  They'll improve their IT Security skills, and earn CPE and other professional credits.