THE LEET HACKING CONFERENCE
VENUE - DELHI | December, 2016
This security-cum-hack conference attempts to reveal the latest and relatively arcane ways of attack and defence in new media entities i.e. computers, internet, mobile and electronic systems with focus of Cryptography and Mobile systems. While cryptography governs the 101 of security of data at rest or in motion ; Mobile Security has apparently become very significant in quotidian lives of everyone in recent decades- because our banking data, our social networks or our personal lives - all of it exists on our mobiles now a days. As we make a transition from conventional to electronic media where every iota of significant data is available online and where wars are fought on cyberspace and where information can be and is widely used as a weapon against us, the security of cyberSpace and related mobile gadgets is of pivotal importance - this is precisely the focal point of this 1337con.
Through this conference, We are also attempting to revitalize a Phoenix - a Phoenix which stands as a witness of the administration of Mauryas and the valor of Ashoka; that stands as a witness of immense intellect that flew through Nalanda to the world and the witness of the Golden Age of Gupta that innovated the arts, science, mathematics and architecture of the world. We are trying to revitalize the spirit of ancient Patliputra... by attempting to foster the quest of knowledge through our International Conference on Ethical hacking
Ajit Hatti is a Co-founder of "null -Open security community" the largest community of Hackers in India. Apart form securing technologies and products, he loves to design puzzles, CTFs at NullCon and other conferences.
Along with organizing "NullCon -The favorite International Hacking and Security Conference of India", he is also a Jailer of the major hacking event "JailBreak" at NullCon.
His work is focused on providing Trusted Computing On Hostile Platforms & most of his papers are in social interests. Recently he had presented a paper "How secure is Internet Banking in India" which grabbed good attention of the banking Institutes in India.
He regularly speaks and contributes at various security initiatives like NULL, NullCon, OWASP, COCON, ClubHack and various other security symposiums.
Innovative Researcher in the domains of Hacking and Cyber Warfare, Develop innovative and sustainable solutions to industry and Government agencies
Paper at Hong-Kong Security Symposium in 2012 on Cloud Security
Spoken at Segure Info chile 2010
Information security professional with over 10 yrs of experience working in financial institutions based in US and Europe. Having diverse skill-sets across offensive and defensive security. Worked extensively in setting up SOC, Incident response, Infrastructure & application vulnerability assessments, OS hardening & core build assessments & internal audits.
Siddharth Shankar, pursuing B.Sc. in Statistics Hons.(3rd year) along with GNIIT from NIIT. Siddharth is a Computer Hobbyist, experienced in various fields of Embedded, Web Developing, and is a certified PC Technician.
Vishwa Raj is a Computer Programming Hobbyist, experienced in various fields of Embedded, Web Developing , Windows App Development, Workshop organizing and Team Lead.
M.Tech in Cyber Security, doing internship in Hitech Crime Enquiry Cell Department of Kerala Police. Developed a new Encoding-Decoding Algorithm for Elliptic Curve Cryptography.
Dr. Jyoti Batra Arora is PhD in Computer Science. She has 8.5 years of enriched teaching experience with reputed institutes in Delhi-NCR. She has written many research papers in international and national journal and conference. She has authored a book 'LEARNING IN C' for undergraduate students her area of interest is network security and mobile communication. She is also working on book with international publication. She is also a resource person in many seminar on network security and e-commerce.
From zero to approximation of pie, Indeterminate Equations or Algebra or from Motion of solar system to Heliocentrism and eclipses - the great Indian Mathematician Aryabhatta's contribution was unsurpassable. 1337Con would celebrate his spirit of discovery through this track. Talks in this track would reflect the innovation - A new vulnerability, a new way of exploitation, a new approach to ameliorate the existing security. Read More!!
Nalanda is the oldest university known university of the world. Though its centuries are for more remote but its fame is till shining with undiminished grandeur. 1337Con would attempt to celebrate the spirit of learning this great university once aimed to propagate throughout the world. Read More!!
Dedicated to the first emperor in history who claimed the title of “The Great”. 1337con exploit track would vivisect the existing vulnerabilities that have culminated in large scale compromise of government, corporate or LEA data or The papers in this track would unravel an international cyber terrorism or espionage operations. Read More!!
1337con salutes the genius who singlehandedly eradicated a huge empire and laid the foundations of Polity and Economics through his time - defying classics of “artha-saastra” and “Chankya-niti”. To him we dedicate this track which would bring the Cyber administration authorities in the government along with the corporate industry experts and the famed hackers on the same platform to understand each other’s challenges and help invent an unified concurrent solution over a period of time for better security administration over a period of time. Read More!!
1. The Brain-Game : It would be an “onsite” war of empires in Cyberworld where each participating team would create a their army (Bots) which will play against each other in the battlefield (the Game server).The surviving champion takes the glory and the prize. Like mentioned earlier this would be an “onsite” competition and not “online” competition.
2. Hack a Planet : In another challenge through a labyrinth of hacks on a web distributed servers, the hacker would have to find his way to a mobile botnet and take complete control of it. Like the previous challenge this competition would be “onsite” as well and the people would have to bring in their system to connect to the server.