Capture The Flag (CTF) Contest Registration

Please register for the Saturday conference and then consider signing up for our CTF contest. There will be cool challenges and prizes!

Sign up to reserve a spot for your team here: https://goo.gl/forms/fkbVK5SAsVCEr9kf1

Core Security’s Capture the Flag cyber-range is designed around a rich and fictional, yet realistic, healthcare organization: Mercy Tech Healthcare. Filled with a complete, functioning infrastructure, including novel simulated medical devices, participants will have to opportunity to engage in instructor led tactical missions involving both offensive and defensive techniques.

The Capture the Flag is an excellent opportunity to safely practice techniques in a “cyber range” and to develop and hone skills using a variety of tools, including Core Security’s Impact Pro Software.

Participants will be required to bring a laptop computer that is capable of connecting to a wireless network, and connecting to a Microsoft Remote Desktop Services connection

CPE Credit for Workshop and Conference

There will be a sign up sheet at the registration desk for both the Friday workshop and the Saturday conference. You will be eligible for CPEs for the time you attend, up to 7 hours per day (14 CPEs possible).

Can’t Afford A Ticket? Contact Us!

If you can’t afford a ticket, we want to help! We don’t want to turn anyone away.

We have grants available for kids, college students and adults to attend.

Please send name(s) and details to corncon@corncon.net.

Advice on Registering your Child and Older Kids at CornCon

All kids <18 may attend the kids’ track and activities or the adult track with their badge. Older kids may find there are other activities in the adult track and they still need a guardian while at the event for liability reasons.

Any kid <18 needs a guardian with them at all times. This does not need to be a parent, but it cannot be a volunteer. You may have another parent who you designate on your waiver as a secondary guardian.

Guardians do not get badges or t-shirts. They cannot attend talks. They can stay in the area watching their kids in the kids’ track. If the kid wants to see a talk, which is absolutely fine and encouraged, the adult needs a full conference pass.

How to do this? You would buy an adult ticket and a child only ticket. Then each of you has a badge that will get you wherever you want to go. Now the adult also gets a t-shirt, swag, entry into the raffles (which are some AWESOME prizes) and admission to the afterparty, with food and open bar. Much more value than what you pay for any of these tickets. Plus, there are lots of discount codes floating around (i.e. Facebook and Twitter!)

Hope to see you and hope this all makes sense!

2015 CornCon Website

Click here to visit our 2015 CornCon site! HERE.