Cyber Boot Camp 2022
Cyber Boot Camp 2022 -
Cyber Boot Camp (CBC) is an event hosted by Los Alamos National Laboratory (LANL) and Sandia National Laboratories (SNL). The goal of this event is to educate and train cybersecurity professionals and students in critical areas including incident response, and network archaeology. This year, the event will will be split into two hybrid events, one hosted by LANL and the other by SNL. Tentatively, SNL will take place January 6 - 7 and LANL will take place January 10 - 11.

More details on each event below

Los Alamos National Laboratory
Los Alamos National Laboratory will be covering Network Forensics from the perspective of an incidence response. The purpose of this event is to give students a better understanding of unknown protocol analysis. During this, participants will analyze and decode c2 protocols.

Sandia National Laboratories: TracerFIRE
Sandia National Laboratories will be covering incident response, and having participants group up to work through a mock incident. In the past, this event mocks an actual compromised network and had participants investigate how the network was compromised, how adversaries moved around the network, and what was stolen from the network. Participants will work with disk images, memory dumps, and malicious binaries in order to understand and report on the incident.

You can choose to register for one of the two events or both. Additionally, tentatively both events will take place online and in-person. If you choose to go in-person, proof of full COVID-19 vaccination and US citizenship is required.

For in-person, SNL participants will have to arrive on Wednesday January 5th before 12PM in order to get a badge to go on campus.

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Registration will be available until Friday, December 31st

Join a team by 11:00 AM, January 5th.
The SNL TracerFire event will be a team-based event. During the event you will work with up to 5 other people as an incident response team. We will help form teams in our Discord channel, and if you don't have a team at the time of the event, we will work to help you then. Participants are encouraged to form teams early.

Team size: Up to 5 people

We'll have a Discord Channel to help in finding a team:
In-person Policy
If you intend to participate in-person, note that travel and living costs will not be provided.

Additionally, US citizenship and proof of full COVID-19 vaccination is required to participate in-person.
Who can apply
Any Auburn University student may apply!
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