A free virtual event for the digital age.
March 24th to 30th
CORE-IT is a free virtual event that brings together existing and next-generation industry talent with top-level training, trainers, mentors, companies, products, and opportunities.
It has three educational tracks. On Day One, sessions will be live while the remaining days will offer on-demand videos of recorded sessions, allowing plenty of time to explore the exhibit hall and network. We will also be offering open badges, digital micro-credentials to pick up the skills you learn here.
Join in the fun by signing up today!
3 tracks of industry insight
9:00 - 9:20 AM
9:20 - 9:50 AM
10:00 - 10:30 AM
10:40 - 11:10 AM
11:20 - 11:50 AM
12:10 - 12:40 AM
12:50 - 1:20 AM
1:30 - 2:00 AM
2:10 - 2:40 AM
2:50 - 3:20 AM
3:40 - 4:10 AM
4:10 - 4:30 AM
Welcome: Introduction to CORE-IT
Security Onion: Toolkit
Wireshark: Traffic Analysis
TraceWrangler: Trace File Editing
Nmap: Network Scanning
Tor: Diving into Darknets
iPerf: Performance Benchmarking
Autopsy: Open Source Forensics
NetScanTools Pro: Toolkit
Sneak Peek: Brim!
Kismet: 802.11 Detector/Sniffer
TCP/IP Communications Overview
IPv4 Core Functionality
IPv6 Core Functionality
802.11 Core Functionality
TCP Core Functionality
TLS Core Functionality
HTTP Core Functionality
DNS Core Functionality
The Cold War for Encrypted DNS
The Cold War for Encrypted DNS –
Dr. Paul Vixie’s Perspective
Five Quick Performance Measurement Exercises
Open Source Intelligence (OSINT) In Action
Ethical Hacking Essentials
In the Packet Path: Tapping, Spanning, and More
Long-Term Packet Capture
Hunting Suspects on the Darknet
Essential Elements of Pen Testing
Analyze TCP Window Scaling
Wireshark Decryption Tricks
End of Day: Wrap-Up
Speakers and Mentors Include...
Wireshark expert and Technical Editor for many of the top Wireshark books including official WCNA books.
Find Your New Mentor
Did you miss CORE-IT or forget to stop by the Student Union booth for your Mentor Manual?
No worries - download the ebook from here.
2,423 Open Badges Awarded
CORE-IT offered open badging to recognize the achievements of our attendees. Attendees could show off what they learned by taking tests to earn CORE-IT badges (and bragging rights). These verifiable microcredentials are linked to a page that gives their details. They can be shared on social media and used to show off to potential employers and colleagues.
The exhibit hall will be filled with virtual booths where vendors offer training, software, and sweet deals.