Events

We Come in Peace, Too – Impressions from CCC’s 27C3 / Berlin

Since Monday, my colleagues and I have been attending the annual Chaos Communication Congress 27C3 in Berlin. For the past 27 years, the Chaos Computer Club has organised this four day conference for hackers from all over the world.

The sold-out event at Berlin’s bcc covers a wide range of topics, separated into six different tracks: Community, Culture, Hacking, Making, Science and Society. Take a look at what’s known as the Fahrplan or schedule.

All the talks are streamed and recorded. Check out the conference wiki.

Yesterday also marked the start of a new, CCC independent side event called BerlinSides, which focuses on infosec and is organised by Aluc.TV and SecurityBsides.com. This free event takes place at one of the oldest hackerspaces in the world, Berlin’s famous c-base.

We Come in Peace, Too – Impressions from CCC’s 27C3 / Berlin

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