Cybersecurity Summer BootCamp 2019 is over! Thank you for making this event possible
The Spanish National Cybersecurity Institute (INCIBE), in collaboration with the Organization of American States (OAS), organizes annually the international event Cybersecurity Summer BootCamp, a training program specialized in cybersecurity directed to technicians of Computer Emergency Response Team (CERTs o CSIRTs), officers of the Law Enforcement Authorities (LEA) who work in units related to cyber safety and the fight against cybercrime, as well as those who work or are interested in the development of national cybersecurity policies.
It is a cost-free high-level training program about cybersecurity that has exclusive content and great practical value for the professionals who attend each year.
The training consists of the following activities:
- Workshops: In small groups of a maximum of 30 students. The language will be chosen by the assistant (Spanish or English). The content to be provided is based on practical classes of about 5 hours (about 40 hours of training in total) where students will have a computer to practice and receive advanced training on the latest trends against cybercrime, taught by specialists in this field.
- Masterclasses: : For all groups of students simultaneously, sessions of one hour (about 20 hours of training in total) are given in the speaker's reference language (English / Spanish) where a simultaneous translation service is offered (English / Spanish).
- Role-play: In small groups of a maximum of 25 students, formed by people from the three tracks, CERTs, LEA and Policy Makers. A cyber exercise is simulated where participants present their points of view and actions that they would carry out.
- Extra activities: As a complement to the activities described before, additional activities will be carried out aimed at boosting Networking among attendees (lightning talks, leisure activities, etc.).
About last edition
Cybersecurity Summer BootCamp last edition took place in July 2019, between 16 and 27. It was the fourth edition of the event and served to consolidate itself as a unique and internationally renowned event that aims to offer cutting-edge training in cybersecurity and that aspires to continue growing.
In this edition there were 350 students from 53 different countries. About 640 hours of workshops and more than 40 hours of seminars were given, these hours of training were complemented with role-play activities, visits to the city of León and various networking activities.