13 year old platform...
c0c0n is a 13 years old platform that is aimed at providing opportunities to showcase, educate, understand and spread awareness on Information Security, data protection, and privacy. It also aims to provide a hand-shaking platform for various Corporate, Government organizations including the various investigation agencies, academia, research organizations, industry leaders and players, for better coordination in making the cyber world a better and safe place to be. Various technical, non-technical, legal and community events as part of the conferences.Read More
We are online this year...
We abide by the COVID Safety Instructions, But at the same time we prefer to connect with the community by taking all the needed precautions. We invite you this year with a set of Talks, CTFs, Workshops and more.Book your seat now
Workshops : 10 - 11 Nov, 2021
Conference : 12 - 13 Nov, 2021
I must say that I was blown away by both the arrangements, design, and hospitality. Before going there I didn’t know such a place even exists (Kerala), and I found one of the most beautiful places on our planet (God’s Own, right?).
At first the idea of Cyber + Policing seemed strange, but there were plenty of interesting talks – both “high level” and “technical”. Also got to meet great people.
Thank you guys for all the efforts you’ve put into this great event!
Security Research Group Manager at Imperva Incapsula
Cocon is a unique experience. This is one of the few conferences that brings together lawyers, hackers, industry experts and politicians. It aims at encouraging dialogue and greater interaction in the fight against cybercrime. And it is a true success!
Cocon is a major event in the computer security world that takes place in India. During our last stay, we had a very warm and friendly welcome from the Cocon's organizing team. Attending this conference was a very good experience for us.
Executive Director, CVO laboratory
My experience of c0c0n 2014 was that the conference covers a broad spectrum of information security topics. The conference is supported both locally and internationally by the Government of India, Kerala State Police, Polcyb, and private enterprise. The conference is well organised and executed, with speakers addressing various topics of interest to anyone engaging in online investigations, or information security. Speakers are sourced from the region and internationally, presenting, and discussing issues they experience at a local level, and which are identified as common to all. c0c0n will broaden your technical and policy knowledge relating to online protection and vulnerabilities.
Detective in the Child Victim Identification & Special Projects Unit at Task Force Argos, Queensland Police Service (QPS)
c0c0n conference provides a good perspective from corporate, public and government views on Information Security. A very well organized conference with excellent themes and topics covered.
Hearty Congratulations to ISRA on seven years of pioneering service to Information Security & its evangelization!
The connect that ISRA had created between Government, Public & Private Organizations had been remarkable with its unique involvement of NextGen from academia. The footprint of ISRA’s work in global arena through co-hosting COOCON by involving Information Security Professionals & organizations of International repute is commendable. The thought leadership and patronage galvanized by ISRA to make the Indian impression in the global forum of Information Security needs all praise and encouragement for the road travelled and its vision for the future!
Many thanks ISRA! All the best for your future endeavours!
Head - Information Security Governance at Hexaware Technologies
c0c0n is a great conference, much bigger than I was expecting: all of the organizers, crew and sponsors have been so nice with me, and I've learned a lot about India's hacking underground and security challenges in this huge country.
Member PSG - European Network and Information Security Agency (ENISA)
Founder & CTO, Mediaservice.net - Italy
During the workshop, we see how different mistakes can be exploited to impact the integrity of a program by hijacking its execution flow of the process. We are dealing with processes compiled with last security options, i.e.: Security Cookie, ASLR (Address Random Layout Randomization), DEP (Data Executive Prevention) and CFG (Control Flow Guard)....Read More
Secure coding is important for every development, engineering team. 80% of software security problems are caused by insecure coding, which is why secure coding standards are essential. There are several secure coding practices to practice. That’s reason you need a secure coding standards, rules and guidelines used to prevent security vulnerabilitiesRead More
c0c0n 2021 is a Virtual Conference