I know what you are thinking, “the Def Con 25 bus just finished running us over, it’s not possibly time for Def Con 26 is it?” My answer to you is, “yes, yes it is.” Not only is it time, but Def Con 26 prep has been in full force. The competitions are prepared, the […]
It is that time of year again – DEF CON is only a mere 7 months away. It is time to start setting up for the SECTF and the SE Speeches in the SEVillage. Do you think you have what it takes to get in the glass booth of doom (some have called it that) […]
2017 proved to be a huge year for Social-Engineer. Complete with 2 (you read that right) SE Capture the Flags. This means our report this year is compiled from data from both of the SECTF’s. Hundreds of hours of analysis and hundreds of pieces of data all put together for the first mutli-SECTF Annual report. […]
It’s been 3 weeks (give and take a few days) since DEF CON 25. As a team we’ve been living on copious amounts of caffeine and DayQuil, working through our ConFlu. Now that the fevers have lowered we have finally put ourselves together enough to start reliving all the amazing moments we had at DEF […]
Yes, you have read this correctly. This year in the SEVillage at DerbyCon, Social-Engineer will be holding its first ever Social Engineering Capture The Flag event at DerbyCon!
You have been hitting refresh on your keyboard nonstop. You have been nagging your parents. Even some of you have gotten your parents to email us asking when we will announce….. The time is here. The SECTF4Kids is back for a 5th year and the all new SECTF4Teens is now live and waiting for you […]
We are excited to announce the launch of The Human Track CFP is now open. Be quick about applying as we are closing the doors May 15! See you at DEF CON!
We know it’s only February, but it’s time to start thinking about DEF CON 25 and the Social Engineer Capture the Flag competition (SECTF for those of you in the know). The SECTF is your chance to publicly schmooze, vish, elicit, smooth-talk, and social engineer in front of an eager audience of peers for […]