The Tennessee Department of Safety and Homeland Security (TDOS), often known as the Tennessee Department of Safety or DOS, is a law enforcement organization that serves the state of Tennessee in the United States. The Tennessee Department of Safety (TDOS) is comprised of three major divisions: the Tennessee Highway Patrol (THP), the Tennessee Driver License Services division, and the Tennessee Office of Homeland Security.
The Tennessee General Assembly formed the TDOS in 1939 to exert responsibility for the THP. Over the years, the agency has developed to address new concerns such as drug trafficking, driving license issuing, and terrorism. As a result, the DOS now consists of three divisions: the THP, Driver License Services, and the state Office of Homeland Security (OHS).
Middle Tennessee Cyber Conference 2022
This year, the Tennessee Department of Safety and Homeland Security and TCAT Shelbyville are happy to bring together professionals from education, government, and business for a unique conference. This fall, organizers plan to interview cybersecurity experts and hold a virtual capture of the flag.
Please return to the site frequently to gather information, since the organizers intend to hold an in-person conference in 2022!
The CTF for the 2021 event included of real-world servers with vulnerabilities that competitors had to identify and collect keys for. The CTF had a maximum of 75 players.