Community

Supporting the Security Ecosystem

Security Innovation proudly partners with the following organizations and others that are dedicated to advancing the state of cybersecurity, particularly for those underrepresented:

OWASP (Open Web Application Security Project)

 

Making Security Approachable with Cyber Ranges & Community

Security Innovation’s community site is designed to remove the intimidation barrier that often accompanies cybersecurity. In addition to success stories and free courses, it provides direct access to our CMD+CTRL Instafriends cyber range, a vulnerable Social Media Web site waiting to be hacked. Learning Labs, cheat sheets and other help assets ensure all skill levels can play.

We have conducted CMD+CTRL hacking events at industry conferences, educational institutions, and community events to inspire security-minded folks that range from middle school students to seasoned security engineers with 20+ years of experience in the field.

  • Levi Strauss CyberSecurity Conference
  • Homeland Security Week Conference
  • FS-ISAC Annual Security Conference
  • International Consortium of Minority Cybersecurity Professionals (ICMCP) National Conference
  • Boston Cybersecurity Beanpot
  • Allstate Cybercon
  • DEFCON
  • Black Hat
  • INTERalliance
  • RSA Conference
Let's make application security approachable for everyone

“I really enjoyed the Hackathon organised by Security Innovation. It was my first Hackathon experience and it turned out to be awesome. It got me very keen and interested to move ahead with more such testing. I had absolute fun! A must recommendation for those interested in assessing their true skills”

Supraja Ramakrishnan (Sony India Software Center Pvt Ltd)

It was in a word AWESOME! We had 45+ women hacking away on Shadow Bank, one of Security Innovation’s command and control cyber ranges. The team was fantastic partners

Janet Levesque, former CISO RSA Security

Playing CMD+CTRL at the WISP meet-up was a great opportunity to meet other women in our field and a lot of fun! We got to be creative, competitive, and a little evil. I learned a lot about web app hacking that will make me better at my job

Marisa Fagan, Sr. Technical Program Manager Salesforce.com