January 17, 2020
Become a speaker at Positive Hack Days 10. Call for Papers is now open

The Call for Papers is now open for the Positive Hack Days forum on practical information security. Please submit your application by March 31.

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December 5, 2019
Positive Hack Days 10: ticket sale has started

Tickets for the tenth international forum on practical information security PHDays are now on sale. You can register and buy tickets here starting December 5.

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December 3, 2019
Positive Hack Days 10: The Origin

At the tenth international forum on practical information security Positive Hack Days, we invite you to participate in developing a concept of information security for the future. We expect over 10,000 visitors and participants, including hackers and information security specialists, serious businessmen and famous politicians.

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November 11, 2019
The Standoff in Abu Dhabi: citywide cyberbattle takes the international stage

Competition held at HITB+ CyberWeek in UAE, winners hail from Russia.

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August 29, 2019
The Standoff cyberbattle in review: how Positive Technologies Expert Security Center tracked the action

At this year's Positive Hack Days, teams of attackers, defenders, and security operations centers (SOCs) waged cyberbattle in The Standoff for the fourth time, fighting for control of a mock city's digital infrastructure.

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July 22, 2019
The Way of the Industrial Ninja: PLC hacking at PHDays 9

This year's PHDays 9 included Industrial Ninja—a contest of skill at hacking a gas pumping facility. At the PHDays venue, we created three stands that, at different levels of difficulty (No Security, Low Security, High Security), emulated the same industrial process: pressurized air was pumped to inflate, and then deflate, a balloon.

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July 11, 2019
The Standoff developer hackathon: a fun debut

At PHDays 9, we added something new to The Standoff: a hackathon for developers. Teams of attackers and defenders fought for control of a mock digital city, as usual. But all the while, there were also developers working around the clock to make application updates and maintain uninterrupted uptime under a crush of attacks.

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