Last updated: 15 Jun 2020.
"Ourselves", "We" and "Us" refers to the Infosec In the City's Staff and Crew.
Any use of the above terminology or other words in the singular, plural, capitalisation and/or he/she or they, are taken as interchangeable and therefore as referring to the same.
You accept that any form of computer misuse including, but not limited to, malicious computer practices are illegal. Computer misuse activities can include, but not limited to, scanning systems for vulnerabilities; conducting denial-of-service (DoS) attacks; and penetrating systems with the intent to view, delete or deposit files. It can also include defeating any authentication practice. You accept that breach of any of the laws may warrant you to be personally liable to criminal or civil prosecution if you engage in such acts.
You accept that the purpose of this website and/or any Infosec In the City's events or functions is to teach you about the importance of cybersecurity to protect computers, servers, and networks from malicious computing practices. You understand that our goal is not to teach you or anyone else how to engage in illegal behaviour. You acknowledge that you are not visiting this website or attending Infosec In the City's events or functions for any improper or illegal purpose. Furthermore, you understand that we do not explicitly or implicitly encourage you to use any computer program, tools, knowledge, or skills you may obtain to conduct activities that are considered unethical and/or illegal.
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