You're invited to a special conference.....
That's what the invitation said. You don't know who the invitation came from or why they sent it to you, but you know this: they know your secrets, and they are not afraid to reveal them unless you attend.
CircleCityCon 10.0 WHODUNIT? is June 23-25, 2023 at the Westin Indianapolis, IN (The Circle City). This year's theme is a murder/mystery styled theme and we will have a sort of game going on throughout the conference where you will need to use your cunning and skill to find clues as to who invited you, what they know about you, who else you might know at the conference, and who exactly is behind all of this.
$50 for students; $100 for Early Bird,
$125 for Round 1 in Feb,
$150 Round 2 in Apr,
$175 Round 3 in June.
Call for Papers: Ends January 14 2023 https://circlecitycon10cfp.busyconf.com/proposals/new
Call for Trainings: Ends January 14, 2023 https://circlecitycon10cft.busyconf.com/proposals/new
Call for Volunteers: January 2023 partially and Fully in March 2023
Hotel Room Block Opens: January 2023
We pride ourselves on our FREE trainings. No other conference offers as much free training to their attendees as CircleCityCon. Half the seats will be available for pre-registration and the other half will be reserved for walk in attendees.
You can expect to see a Lockpick Village, Hardware Hacking Village, and BioHacking Village. More info to come on the specifics.
We will have a Capture the Flag (CTF) competition. This is a Black Badge competition meaning the winning team in person receives a Black Badge to CircleCityCon offering free attendance to the bearer for future conferences. Online participation is welcome and could win some digital prizes.
We will have a live auction to help raise money for our cause as a nonprofit. So be sure to bring old con badges, black badges to CircleCityCon and other conferences, retro tech (we auctioned off a C64 last year!), hacker memorabilia, challenge coins, crafted items, etc. Your donation can be received as a tax deductible in kind gift (consult your tax professional) if you can provide a fair market value for the donated item. Any winning bids in excess of the value of the item are also tax deductible (again, consult your tax professional).
We raised over $3000 at the auction last year. Half goes to the conference to keep providing great trainings and opportunities for people getting into InfoSec and the other half goes to our Grants Program.
Student Tickets are now $50! Sponsor a Student also available.
Being a 501c3 organization, it is important to provide opportunities to students to expand their skills, networking, and community engagement. Reducing the ticket price is a key way we are trying to make it easier for students. You can help as well! If you would like to support a student by buying their ticket, please send a $50 donation via the Donorbox campaign on our website CircleCityCon.org and click the donate button.
Everytime you donate $50, we will increase the capacity of our special discount code by 1 ticket so a student can claim the ticket.
Do you represent a company that would like to support an infosec conferece bringing tons of great content to hundreds of professionals? We have many opportunities for you to sponsor the conference and receive the ability to engage with our diverse, passionate audience. You can email us at firstname.lastname@example.org to receive a prospectus and more information.
Thank you in advance for your support!
See YOU (yes you!) at the con!