ENUSEC is a student organization that is concerned with all areas of security.
Le Tour Du Hack 2022
The organisation was founded in 2015 by a small group of students and professionals affiliated with Edinburgh Napier University’s premier cybersecurity programmes. The society’s purpose was, and continues to be, to provide an avenue for students and surrounding cybersecurity practitioners to better their study and knowledge while also fostering a pleasant environment.
Over 120 active members make up the society, and they have a proven track record of attending, presenting, hosting, and competing in events all over the world. Despite their affiliation with Edinburgh Napier University, their activities and membership are available to anybody, whether or not they are a student.
With the world slowly returning to normal, LTDH22 will be held in person, with the opportunity to participate remotely. The normal hacker conference will be held on the first day, with lectures being recorded and maybe live broadcast for those who prefer to participate remotely. The second day will be their CTF day, with the chance to win fantastic prizes!
Le Tour Du Hack’s purpose is to teach guests about cybersecurity in an interesting, inventive, and distinctive way. The inaugural Le Tour Du Hack, a weekend face-to-face CTF tournament aimed at students interested in cybersecurity in the Edinburgh region, took place in 2017.
Across 200 people from all over the UK came to Le Tour Du Hack 2019 to compete in a variety of disciplines including web application exploitation, reverse engineering, and exploit development. This is in addition to sponsors such as Lloyd’s Bank, JP Morgan, and others.
The 2021 edition of Le Tour Du Hack was staged as an online CTF for all skill levels to compete in while we were still locked online due to reasons beyond our control.
Le Tour Du Hack 2023
Le Tour De Hack (LTDH) is the 6th annual conference/ CTF that has grown from the humble beginnings of a small CTF to our bigger and more polished CTF conference hybrid. The team pride itself on being a place where people can come together to learn new things and then put them into practice. It is their community that allows them to thrive, and they want to celebrate that!
The conference featured speeches from students, DEFCON CTF participants, and legal professionals, in addition to the usual rouges galley, and they’d love to hear from the most interesting presenters out there.
There will be discussions regarding blockchain problems, typing biometrics, machine learning, and some cunning physical obstacles, among other topics. It is certain that you will be able to apply part of what you learned at this cybersecurity conference into practice.