Connor Scott
Connor is a Senior Security Consultant at Context Information Security based in the Melbourne Office, where he leads teams of consultants conducting a wide range of assurance and research services.

He has been employed in the security industry for a decade, and earlier as a software developer. Connor enjoys and has a focus on open-scope red teaming, Internal/External network assessment, vulnerability discovery and exploitation, software security assessments and embedded device assessments.

Since joining Context a number of years ago, Connor has honed his skills in SCADA/OT testing techniques and methodologies. He has also helped build and deliver a number of CTF events and Training labs for Context’s clients and staff and is happy to be able to blend both of these disciplines into this event.

Context Information Security PWNtoDrone CTF
Technical Level (3 being the highest score): 3

We are very excited to announce that Context will be hosting a PWNtoDrone CTF on the 30th - 31st May.

The objective of the challenge is to allow participants to try their skills in a controlled/semi-representative ICS controller system, which includes a fully functioning SCADA network; including controllable traffic lights, smartmeters, pumped water storage and simulated smoke and fire effects.

Once players have compromised the network from the IT DMZ, propagating through to the OT2 network it is possible to compromise and capture the drone from the Modbus controlled drone hangar. There will be challenges for all levels of ability.

Be sure to visit us at booth #S10 to have a chat with our team and pick up some great giveaways!