[WORKSHOP - ATLANTA] How to Capture that Flag
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[WORKSHOP - ATLANTA] How to Capture that Flag

Always wanted to participate in a 'Capture The Flag' but didn't know how to get started? Join us for a workshop that walks you through understanding and building a skill set to start a career in penetration testing.

4/11/2020
When: April 11th,
1 pm EST
Where: Virtual
United States
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**DETAILS**
This workshop will introduce participants to the world of ‘Capturing the Flag’. During this session you will learn:

- What Capture The Flag challenges are
- The different styles of CTFs
- How CTFs align with the Information Security field
- Understand how this will help enhance and/build your technical skills and overall career in InfoSec.

This course will be hands-on - the challenges covered will utilize linux commands, go over web application and network testing. After completing the workshop participants will have an understanding of CTF challenges and will be set up to successfully move forward with the materials and resources provided in the workshop to use on future InfoSec challenges.

**PRE-REQUIREMENTS**
Participants should have a basic understanding of Linux, Networking and Web Application. Participants will also need to set up their environment in order to follow along. To set up your environment please use the steps in this document: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1dCXQbk-WGki53TD6qjF_CMdYiqBR8DvZhod5_0Bd6Mc/edit?usp=sharing


**WORKSHOP HOST BIO**
Sienna is a born and raised New Yorker, therefore she is a pizza snob by blood. She is a natural adventurer, has traveled some of the world’s most treacherous waters and has not stopped there. When not learning or practicing security skills she can be found exploring menus and quality checking cocktails usually with the company of her pup, seeking new experiences and dancing to a beat (sometimes in her head). 


A recent Gwinnett Technical College (GTC) Alumni, she first interned and then moved on to a Security Engineering Role with the Vulnerability Management Team at Macy's Technology. While attending GTC as a Computer Science Major she was introduced to Cyber Security (love at first shell) and decided to focus her goals on that career field. Recently she completed Offensive Security's WiFi course and received the Offensive Security Wireless Professional (OSWP) certification. Later this year she will take Offensive Security's Penetration Testing with Kali Linux (PWK) and attempting the Offensive Security Certified Professional (OSCP).

**REGISTRATION**
To participate you must register at the WSC website.

**CONTACT INFO**
For more information please contact: lead@atlanta.womenscyberjutsu.org