May Your Source Be Open

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Technoport Belval

Start: Friday, 20 May 2022 18:00

End: Sunday, 22 May 2022 21:30

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    May Your Source Be Open!

    Don’t miss an amazing and exciting Business Development Hackathon for building products from available cybersecurity open-source tools. Up to 12 teams will compete and use tools developed under two EU H2020 cybersecurity pilot projects - SPARTA and CONCORDIA.

    www.sparta.eu

    www.concordia-h2020.eu


    FREE registration, FREE food and FREE drinks ! 

     

    The winning team(s) will receive:

    • 6 to 12 month mentorship program with SECURITYMADEIN.LU
    • Up to 5000€ will be available for performance-based milestones

    In case of questions: info@c3.lu

     

    Friday, May 20

    18:00 Opening Ceremony & Pitch Fire

    19:30 Team Formation & Dinner

    20:30 Mentoring Session

    21:30 Teamwork Begins

     

    Saturday, May 21

    08:00 Breakfast

    08:30 Workshop I “From Open-Source Packages to Products Development”

    09:30 Teamwork Continues

    11:00 Workshop II “Business Model Canvas”

    12:00 Networking Lunch

    13:00 Workshop III “How to Pitch?”

    14:00 Teamwork Continues

    18:00 Individual Team Mentoring Sessions

    20:00 Networking Dinner

    21:00 Teamwork Continues

     

    Sunday, May 22

    08:00 Breakfast

    09:00 Preparation for Final Pitches

    10:00 Teamwork Continues

    12:00 Networking Lunch

    12:30 Final Pitch Test

    17:30 Closing Ceremony Begins

    18:00 Final Pitches

    20:00 Final Networking Dinner

    21:30 End of Closing Ceremony

     

    Open-Source Tools & Descriptions

     

    SPARTA Project (www.sparta.eu

     

    1. Module for detecting DDoS backscatter using network flow data

    https://github.com/CESNET/Nemea

     

    2. Systems hardening mechanism based on virtualization technologies, built as an extension of the Linux kernel and the Xen hypervisor

    https://github.com/virtsec

     

    3. Sharing of Machine Learning Modules

    https://gitlab.com/rwth-itsec

     

    4. BuildWatch

    Detects and filters suspicious activities that happen during project builds, e.g. network activity or file system access. 

    https://github.com/cybertier/buildwatch

     

    5. Backstabber's Knife Collection 

    Open-source dataset of malicious open-source packages used in real-world attacks. This dataset is an invaluable resource supporting the development of preventive and detective safeguards.

    https://dasfreak.github.io/Backstabbers-Knife-Collection/

    https://arxiv.org/abs/2005.09535

     

    6. Eclipse Steady 

    Detective control that supports application developers in the detection, assessment and mitigation of open-source code with known vulnerabilities

    https://github.com/eclipse/steady/

     

    7. Project KB 

    Open-source dataset with code-level information about open-source vulnerabilities

    https://sap.github.io/project-kb/

     

    8. VulnEx

    Open-source vulnerability management provided initial requirements and positively evaluated the tool

    https://github.com/dbvis-ukon/vulnex

     

    9. TSOPEN

    TSOpen is a flow-, path- and context-sensitive tool to detect logic bombs in Android applications.

    https://github.com/JordanSamhi/TSOpen

     

    10. CRACK

    CRACK supports the design, validation, deployment and testing of scenarios for a Cyber Range. Scenarios are encoded using a domain specific langage, called SDL, which extends the OASIS standard TOSCA (http://docs.oasis-open.org/tosca/TOSCA-Simple-Profile-YAML/v1.2/TOSCA-Simple-Profile-YAML-v1.2.pdf).

    https://github.com/enricorusso/CRACK        

     

    11. Multi-client Clusion

    This library extends the functionality of the Clusion SSE open source library to the multi-client setting. Data owners can outsource an encrypted dataset to a service provider. Data clients submit queries on the outsourced data, using search tokens provided by the data owner.

    https://github.com/atasidou/MC-Clusion

     

    12. Vacsine

    Vacsine is a tool to deploy and orchestrate firewall configurations 

    https://github.com/cetic/vacsine

     

    CONCORDIA Project (www.concordia-h2020.eu

     

    1. Open-Source Cyber Range

    https://crp.kypo.muni.cz

    https://gitlab.ics.muni.cz/muni-kypo-crp

     

    2. Open-Source tools for Cybersecurity Education from Masaryk University

    https://kypo.muni.cz/technologies

     

    3. DDoS Clearing House 

    https://www.sidnlabs.nl/downloads/5NMQ6vFghWvzFFnRikGaAS/ead763585ff6b4de90a0839bac89dc92/SIDN-labs-CENTR-ddos-talk-ceron.pdf

    https://github.com/ddos-clearing-house/

     

     

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