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Sixth annual cybersecurity conference

ZeroNights – is an international conference, devoted to practical aspects of cybersecurity.


ZeroNights is a perfect place to discuss new attack methods and threats. It shows ways to attack and defend to its guests, and suggests unorthodox approach to cybersecurity problems solving.

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Yandex supports ZeroNights

Dear Friends, the 6th ZeroNights Conference will be supported by Yandex, our oldest and dear partner. The history of our relations includes five conferences, cool contests, and awesome content for practitioners. This time Yandex will again conduct exciting activities at ZeroNights, which we will certainly tell you about in our news.

Yandex is a leading Russian Internet company that owns the most popular Russian search engine and the Internet portal. 12.3 million loyal users visit the Company’s platforms at least once daily from all types of devices. The Company’s goal is to answer users’ questions.

Published 12/July/2016 | Category News

Welcome to the Physical Layer

Every ZeroNights Conference is a new world for us with its peculiarities, opportunities for discoveries and achievements. The Research Universe has no boundaries. It is not without a reason that Michael Ossmann, a well-known wireless security researcher who makes hardware for hackers, was chosen to be the key speaker at the ZN 2016.

Michael’s presentation Welcome to the Physical Layer will throw open the doors to the new ZN world, inviting us to join him on a journey of discovery. Read more

Published 5/July/2016 | Category News

ZeroNights powered by OWASP

Dear Friends, this year, members of IT communities, which are known for their initiatives and projects in applied information security, will be among our guests at ZeroNights. We’ll be creating Conference’s content together with our co-thinkers. They’ll also prepare workshops, contests, and discussions exclusively for the ZN.

And today we would like to announce the sponsor of our event — Open Web Application Security Project (OWASP) — an open project on WebApps security. The OWASP community includes corporations, educational institutions and individuals worldwide. The Community writes papers, workbooks and documents, creates tools and technologies that are distributed for free. The OWASP Community is aimed at improving apps security, considering both the human factor and the level of technology. During ZN Conference, OWASP members will have their say on what they’re doing and share best practices in Application Security.

OWASP has added ZeroNights to the list of AppSec Conferences.

Published 30/June/2016 | Category News

Kaspersky Lab — partner of ZeroNights 2016!

Dear Friends, this Monday begins with a great news — Kaspersky Lab will again officially support the Conference for practitioners, which will be held at the Cosmos Concert Hall (Moscow) on November 17–18.

Kaspersky Lab has been a partner of ZeroNights for a few years, which confirms the Company’s ambition to be a step ahead of potential threats. Importantly, the Lab’s experts yearly bring over live content, smart contests and prizes. This year is no exception.
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Published 27/June/2016 | Category News

New members of the Review Board!

The Review Board, which selects speakers for ZeroNights, welcomes new members. Worldwide security experts Alexander Peslyak (Solar Designer) and Dmitry Nedospasov have joined DCG#7812.

Alexander Peslyak, aka Solar Designer, has been professionally involved in computer and network security since 1997. Alexander is the author of Open Source software, including a widely popular password cracking tool John the Ripper. He is the founder of the Openwall Project and Openwall, Inc., a member of informal and semi-formal computer security communities. Alexander has presented on computer security and Open Source software topics at international conferences (HAL2001, NordU, FOSDEM, CanSecWest, PHDays, YaC), served as a technical reviewer for a novel computer security book (Michal Zalewski’s Silence on the Wire) and wrote the foreword for it.

Dmitry Nedospasov graduated from the Technische Universität Berlin (the TU Berlin) with degree in Computer Engineering. Basically, Dmitry developed new methods for the analysis and exploitation of physical vulnerabilities in secure integrated circuits (ICs) and systems, based on the latest trends in semiconductor manufacturing and characteristics of modern chips, including various package types. Read more

Published 23/June/2016 | Category News

Date and place


November 17-18


Moscow, Mira pr., 150, "Cosmos"

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