The annual CHPC National Conference, which includes DIRISA and SANReN, will run from Monday to Wednesday, 30 November to 2 December 2020 as a hybrid conference, mostly online.
The SANReN Cyber Security Challenge 2020 has officially kicked-off!
SANReN hosted its third Cyber Security Challenge during the CHPC National Meeting 2019 at the Birchwood Hotel and OR Tambo Conference Centre in Kempton Park, from 01 to 04 December 2019.
SANReN is hosting its third Cyber Security Challenge during the CHPC National Meeting 2019 at the Birchwood Hotel and OR Tambo Conference Centre in Kempton Park from the 01 to 04 December 2019.
SANReN is presenting a 1/2 day workshop at the eResearch Africa 2019 conference at the University of Cape Town on Tuesday, 16 April 2019.
Please register at: http://www.eresearch.ac.za/era/registration
SANReN are looking for researchers/scientists/IT facilities of Research Institutes in South Africa who need to transfer big data sets from/to one or more external sources to/from their institutions. These include to and from international and National sites.
The aim of this 1⁄2 day workshop is to help South African researchers to transfer large data sets by using the SANReN Data Transfer Pilot service or by setting up their own hardware and data transfer tools
- Networking challenges when transferring large data sets
- Data Transfer Architecture: The Science DMZ Model
- Large Data Transfer tools: Globus
- Network monitoring tools: Perfsonar
- SANReN Data Transfer Pilot service Proof of Concept: Progress and Results
Any queries, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
SANReN is hosting its second Cyber Security Challenge during the CHPC National Meeting 2018 at the Century City Conference Centre in Cape Town from the 02 to 06 December 2018. The Challenge is currently in full swing and competition between teams is rife.
The current ranking at 15h20 on 03 December 2018. Team MisJUDged is in the lead.
The purpose of the competition is to stimulate interest in Cyber Security in the field of network security within South African Tertiary institutions. Thus, the competition is aimed at university students who are interested in information security fields such as penetration testing, incident response, digital forensics and security training. During the competition students will be exposed to real cyber related threats.
Due to the high interest among students the competition was split into two rounds. In the first, qualifying round, students competed for placement and a chance to compete in the final round at the hosted event in Cape Town. Of the over 200 students from over ten universities that sought a place in the final round, only 40 were placed.
Which one of these teams will be crowned the winner?
- misjudged – BRICS Champions
- Down Town Cookie Factory – University of Pretoria
- Wits Hacky Sac – University of the Witwatersrand
- PUK3 – North West University
- GGEZ – University of the Western Cape
- Mirai – Rhodes University
- Bit Phase – Stellenbosch University
- Bureau 122 – University of Cape Town
- NUST4 – Namibia University of Science and Technology
- Cyber Nerds – University of Botswana
Much appreciation goes to our Cyber Security Challenge 2018 Sponsors
For more information see Cyber Security Challenge 2018