n|u Puliya, really short courses for skill bridging.

Puliya means culvert or a small bridge in Hindi.

We have been getting constant feedback about our null Humla and null Bachaav sessions. The feedback is both ways and almost all the champions are of the opinion that there are some essential non-security skills that are sorely lacking in a lot of attendees.

To "bridge" this gap in skills of our members attending the sessions we are starting null Puliya. The idea is to bridge the skill gap and get our members ready to take on advanced topics covered in null Humla and null Bachaav.

Proposed sessions for this event:

  • Welcome Note / Registrations by Place Holder
  • Prompt Engineering For Hacker and Developer by Mukesh kumar Rao
Note: The session details including schedule are available below.

Session Outline:

1. Introduction to Prompt Engineering in Cybersecurity

  • Definition and significance of prompt engineering in cybersecurity

  • Ethical considerations in handling prompt data
  • 2. Command Line Basics and Efficiency

  • Efficient navigation and command execution

  • Using aliases and shell configurations
  • 3. Technical Benefits of Prompt Engineering

  • Faster data retrieval and analysis

  • Enhanced data manipulation with scripting
  • 4. Practical Exercise 1: Speed and Efficiency

  • Participants practice efficient command-line navigation and execution to improve their daily workflow.
  • 5. Bug Bounty and Freelance Cybersecurity

  • How prompt engineering skills can be monetized

  • Bug bounty platforms and freelance opportunities
  • 6. Practical Exercise 2: Bug Hunting Simulation

  • Participants simulate a bug hunting scenario, utilizing prompt engineering skills to identify security vulnerabilities.
  • 7. Incident Response and Data Retrieval

  • Utilizing prompt engineering during incident response.

  • Effective communication with stakeholders using prompt data.
  • 8. Practical Exercise 3: Incident Response Simulation

  • Participants respond to a simulated incident, applying prompt engineering techniques to collect and analyze relevant data.
  • 9. Threat Hunting and Custom Queries

  • The role of prompt engineering in proactive threat hunting - Crafting custom queries and alerts
  • 10. Practical Exercise 4: Custom Queries for Threat Hunting

  • Participants engage in threat hunting exercises, creating and executing custom queries to detect threats.
  • 11. Security Hardening and Configuration Management

  • Using prompt engineering for system hardening - Continuous monitoring and auditing
  • 12. Practical Exercise 5: Automated Configuration Checks

  • Participants automate security configuration checks and monitoring using prompt engineering techniques.
  • 13. Non-Technical Benefits of Prompt Engineering

  • Improved problem-solving and critical thinking skills - Enhanced communication with stakeholders
  • 14. Leveraging Prompt Engineering in Professional Development

  • Building a personal brand as a prompt engineer - Networking and community engagement
  • 15. Q&A and Discussion

  • Encourage participants to ask questions and discuss their experiences applying prompt engineering in their professional roles.
  • 16. Conclusion and Wrap-Up

  • Summarize key takeaways from the session - Provide resources for further learning, bug hunting, and freelance opportunities in cybersecurity.
  • Requirements:

  • Laptop with command-line access (preferably Linux or Windows with PowerShell)
  • Date Saturday October 28 2023
    Chapter Bangalore
    Registrations 79
    Max Registrations 80
    Event Type Invite Only
    Start Time 09:30 AM
    End Time 03:00 PM

    Session Schedule

    Name Speaker Start Time End Time Resources
    Welcome Note / Registrations Place Holder 09:30 AM 09:45 AM
    Prompt Engineering For Hacker and Developer Mukesh kumar Rao 09:45 AM 03:00 PM


    This is an invite only event. If you are selected you will receive further information via e-mail.