2022 National Cyber Summit
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2nd Annual NDCA Golf Tournament

The National Defense Cyber Alliance (NDCA) would like to invite you to participate in the 2nd annual NDCA Golf Tournament. The tournament will be held Tuesday, September 20, 2022, at 0800. This is the day before the National Cyber Summit in Huntsville. We will be playing at the Robert Trent Jones Course in Hampton Cove, AL. The course is located at 450 Old Highway 431, Owens Crossroads, AL 35763. https://www.rtjgolf.com/hamptoncove/

The format for the tournament will be a 4-person best ball scramble. Listed below are additional details regarding the golf tournament:
$125 per person
$400 per foursome

Registration check-in opens at 7am

Breakfast- 7-8am | Tee time- 8am | Banquet/awards/lunch- 12- 2pm

All player names and fees due no later than Friday, September 9, 2022.

Course etiquette Event participants are expected to comply with all United States Golf Association (USGA) rules, including etiquette: repairing ball marks, raking bunkers, replacing divots and leaving the course in appropriate condition for other players. RTJ marshals will monitor play during the Event.

Dress Code Shirts with collars and appropriate shorts or slacks are required. Presentable jeans are acceptable. Tank-tops, t-shirts and cut-off shorts are not acceptable. All participants are requested to wear golf shoes with soft spikes or tennis shoes.

Weather Up to a 2-hour delay before cancellation.

If you would like to participate, please email sabina.sauer@ndcapartners.org

If you would like to sponsor the event, please email ndca@ndcapartners.org

The CyBUr Guy Podcast

During the 2021 National Cyber Summit, retired FBI Special Agent Darren Mott brought his podcast, The CyBUr Guy to the floor of the NCS and interviewed a variety of cyber professionals on their products, their experiences in the cybersecurity world and what the future might hold for cyber threats, technology, and personnel.

The CyBUr Guy podcast is excited to return to the 2022 National Cyber Summit to speak to, and highlight the great work done by the folks in the ever-evolving cyber and cybersecurity environment. You can find links to the 2021 NCS podcast episodes on the “Past Summit Info” page. Give a listen, tell a friend, and subscribe to the podcast. Darren Mott also hosts an educational podcast called Get CyBUr Smart that provides cyber information to those who aren’t part of the cybersecurity world.

If you’d like to be part of The CyBUr Guy podcast during the 2022 National Cyber Summit, feel free to email Darren Mott at darren@thecyburguy.com. You can also link up with him at www.linkedin.com/in/darrenmott.

Hack A Car Event | Presented by Xyston

"Have you ever wondered how one would hack a car, or how to even go about it? Well, at the National Cyber Summit 2022 you can see first hand with the help of Xyston!

Xyston is a small business located in Huntsville, Alabama and they specialize in vulnerability research within embedded devices and as you may have guessed it, a car contains many embedded devices.

At the National Cyber Summit 2022 Xyston will have a car on the floor so that you can learn the different components of a vehicle and how you would exploit or "hack" those specific components!

Along with a demo, visitors at the event will have a chance to use their knowledge base to complete a challenge regarding Controller Area Network (CAN Bus) systems for a chance to win an awesome prize!"

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