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Keynote / Chief Guest

Pinarayi Vijayan

Pinarayi Vijayan

Chief Minister

Kerala State


Rajeev Chandrasekhar

Rajeev Chandrasekhar

Union Minister of State for Electronics and Information Technology

Union Minister of State for Skill Development and Entrepreneurship.

Govt. of India

Admiral Radhakrishnan Hari Kumar

Admiral Radhakrishnan Hari Kumar



Ministry of Defence, India


About c0c0n Conference TRACKS

The c0c0n 2022 is primarily divided into two set of activities:

Pre-Conference Workshops

Security is a fast-moving domain, and keeping ahead of the security curve is one of the challenges faced by organizations and professionals across the globe.

As threat actors are becoming more advanced, keeping yourself updated with evolving and continual knowledge is the primary way to address the current and future challenges.

c0c0n pre-conference workshops provide two days advanced hands-on training on current and evolving domains in cyberspace. The trainings are designed and delivered by top industry experts ensuring content quality and help participants discover new technology domains, explore the best practices adopted and followed by the industry and to network with industry peers and leaders.

A total of 8 Workshops are planned as part of c0c0n 2022. As the training is primarily hands-on and lab oriented, only limited seats are allotted for each workshop to ensure quality delivery. The pre-requisites are shared in advance to ensure that the participants can prepare themselves for the training. Since the workshops are conducted parallelly, participants can register and attend only one workshop.


The virtual and the real world are well connected. What happens in cyberspace can affect the real world and vice versa. The Covid-19 has accelerated the need for technology reliance. This inturn has introduced new range of vulnerabilities and threats into the system. Designing, building and maintaining a robust cyber-secured environment is inevitable for sustaining digital trust. The objective of Track 1 is to facilitate Policy Makers, Business Leaders, Visionaries and Regulators to join together to discuss and brainstorm on ideas to make a safe and secure cyberspace. Areas like Multilateral Cooperation, Private Public Partnership Models, Privacy, addressing the gap between regulatory and technology advancements, ensuring business continuity while adhering to the evolving regulatory and compliance requirements are some of the key areas addressed in Track 1

Innovation and Embracing the technologies of tomorrow are the only way for today's enterprises and organizations to survive, flourish and equip themselves for future challenges and business requirements. The Technology, Innovation and Research Track aims to provide a platform for security researchers and practitioners to showcase their innovative and cutting-edge research findings. The selected papers from Call for Papers (CFP) are lined-up covering latest and uptodate technology domains. Technical talks covering the various security aspects of Web, Mobile, SCADA, OT, SCADA, Dark Web and Cryptography and part of this track.

The FinTech Track serves as a platform bringing together the key stakeholders like Banks, Regulators, Payment Gateways, Payment processors, Fintech Startups and Subject Matter Experts and visionaries leading the discussions, debates and deliberations revolving around domains like Digital Payments, Cryptocurrency, blockchain, NFTs and digital transformation. The talks and discussions are structured to help the participants understand how innovative and disruptive technologies can give organizations a competitive edge in the financial sector. The participants get an insight into how the digital financial ecosystems are evolving by aligning itself with the emerging technology and regulations and the impact of digital security on the financial industry.

Security conference experiences are incomplete without getting involved in some hands-on activities. Track 4 is a place to test and showcase the hacker inside you. This track generally consists of various hacking villages and competitions like Capture the Flag (CTF). Most of the activities are based on knowledge-based security puzzles and challenges aimed to address some of the commonly known security issues and vulnerabilities in areas like Internet of Things (IoT), Targeted Attacks, Cryptography, Reverse Engineering, Web and Mobile Technologies. Hacking Villages and CTFs are the main source of learning new workarounds and testing skill sets while solving the challenges. This track provides a platform to experience the hacking world and witness the battle ground of attackers. The events are open to all and the participants have to solve each level in a limited amount of time. Attractive prizes are there for the top performers for each event.