We are an independent community where interested people gather, share experiences, work on research projects and have had a great time in the company of like-minded people since 2013.
Our group are open to anyone who is willing to share their ideas and research results and for whom information security is not just a job, but a real passion. Constant main goal remains the creation of a pleasant atmosphere for communication, a space for the free dissemination of knowledge and information on a non-commercial basis.
WHAT ARE DEFCON GROUPS?
The DEF CON Groups were spawned from the annual DEF CON security conference in Las Vegas. The DEF CON Groups (DCGs or DC-Groups) are a gathering point for folks interested in the alternate applications of modern technology, referred to properly as 'hacking'.
DCGs are not intended to compete with any other computer groups, such as 2600, but rather to provide yet another gathering place for the discussion of technology and security topics. DCG meetings are open to anyone, regardless of their skill, age, job, gender, etc.
DCGs are designed to help you learn new things, meet new people, mentor others in areas you may be strong in, and provide some cohesion within the hacker culture and it's members. The DCGs are run by a variety of members in each city/state/country. The organizers range from Information Security Professionals, Networking Specialist, Web Designers and Students. Many of the groups are run by the same individuals that help run DEF CON, so this could be your chance to prove yourself and get more involved in the conference.
Sure, just be open with people about who you are and what you do. This helps us to get on an even ground and avoid any misunderstandings. In fact, if you could drop an email to the local DC-Group point of contact ahead of time we would appreciate it. Failure to disclose who you are might lead to the perception that you're out to "get someone".
You already know who we are, we expect the same information from you.
MEETINGS AND MATERIALS
DEFCON Moscow meetings and lecture notes are available on our YouTube channel.