Ringzer0’s Unlock 2021 Features Advanced Offensive Security Training

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New offensive security event this winter features 11 hands-on training classes on a range of exciting topics, including advanced malware analysis, IoT firmware exploitation, breaking secure boot and more. Each class is designed to offer a deep dive into its respective topic, packing in weeks/months of training in only a few days.

Ringzer0 Unlock 2021 - Offensive security training done right!

Unlock 2021 is designed for cybersecurity professionals who want to deep-dive into specific skills they can immediately deploy in their own careers.

Ringzer0 Training, a leading provider of offensive security training, today announced Unlock 2021, a new two-week event this January and February that offers hands-on immersion in a variety of advanced offensive techniques.

Unlock 2021, as with all Ringzer0 events, is exclusively focused on providing the best technical training possible. It is designed for cybersecurity professionals who would rather forego the traditional conference experience – high-level talks, speaker panels, sponsored presentations, networking sessions – to focus only on what matters most: hardcore offensive skill-building.

The two-week virtual event (January 23 – February 7) offers in-depth, hands-on-keyboard training from leading industry experts, and covers a range of important areas, including vulnerability research, exploitation techniques, reverse engineering, malware analysis and other essentials.

“The goal with Ringzer0 is to bring back real information security training, the way it used to be before the conferences become overly commercialized and watered-down,” said Saumil Shah, co-founder of Ringzer0 Training. “While today’s infosec conferences are fine for some, Unlock 2021 and other Ringzer0 events are designed for cybersecurity professionals who want to deep-dive into specific skills they can immediately deploy in their own careers. Our training is entirely focused on offensive security, with attendees learning core skills and new advanced techniques that will make them better at what they do – from pentesting, red teams and bug-hunting to application security and corporate network defense.”


Unlock 2021 consists of 11 deep-dive training courses, including seven 32 CPE hour classes and four 16 CPE hour classes. All of these trainings are provided in a hybrid live instructor-led and self-paced learning format, complete with regular instructor office hours and a Discord channel for group discussion and instructor/teaching-aide Q&A and support.

Here is the full list of Ringzer0 classes for January and February:

[+] Modern Binary Exploitation (32 hour CPE) – by Jeremy Blackthorne
[+] Reverse Engineering with Ghidra (32 hour CPE) – by Jeremy Blackthorne
[+] Advanced Malware Analysis (32 hour CPE) – by Dr. Josh Stroschein
[+] The ARM IoT Firmware Laboratory (32 hour CPE) – by Saumil Shah
[+] Practical Baseband Exploitation (32 hour CPE) – by Nitay Artenstein
[+] BootPwn: Breaking Secure Boot (32 hour CPE) – by Cristofaro Mune and Niek Timmers
[+] RTOS Reverse Engineering (32 hour CPE) - by Evan Jensen
[+] Advanced Binary Diffing with Diaphora (16 hour CPE) – by Joxean Koret
[+] Rust Security: Auditing and Fuzzing (16 hour CPE) – by Patrick Ventuzelo
[+] IPv6 Network Security with Scapy (16 hour CPE) – by Guillaume Valadon
[+] Q Division: Hardware Tools for Close Quarter Hacking (16 hour CPE) – by Rogan Dawes


As part of Ringzer0’s ongoing effort to support diversity in the cybersecurity industry, the organization is again teaming up with RiskRecon, a MasterCard company, to offer free offensive security training to women from around the world.

The “Ringzer0 RiskRecon Women in Cybersecurity Scholarship Fund” will award eight scholarships to qualified female applicants for Unlock 2021. The goal of this program is to further the opportunities for women in cybersecurity, support their professional development and educational goals, and help them thrive in the industry. Those interested must apply by December 24th. Winners will be announced on January 4th.

For more information about Unlock 2021 training sessions, scheduling and scholarships, visit https://www.ringzer0.training.

> Ringzer0 Training is offensive security done right. We provide advanced, hands-on training designed for cybersecurity professionals. Our instructors are top industry experts who offer technical deep dives into a range of core issues, including vulnerability research, exploitation, malware writing, red teaming and practical attacks. Each class is laser-focused on a specific topic, to pack in as much learning, hands-on experience and trainer facetime as possible. Forget about crowded classes offering basic-level instruction: Ringzer0 gets students past the learning curve in a 16- or 32-hour advanced course, using a hybrid live instructor-led and self-paced learning format to fit individual schedules and avoid screen fatigue and Zoom burnout. Visit us at >>>> https://www.ringzer0.training.


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