Jonathan is part of NorthSec as a CTF challenge designer. He is passionate about Application Security and enjoys architecture analysis, code review, threat modeling and debunking security tools. Jonathan holds a bachelor's degree in Software Engineering from ETS Montreal and has 20 years of experience in Information Technology and Security.
Stable Diffusion Workshop
Let's get hands on and dive into the marvelous world of "artificial intelligence" and "prompt engineering"!
This session will cover two CTF challenges based on Stable Diffusion which is a model capable of generating photo-realistic images given any text input. This will show in a practical fashion some real impact of something otherwise artificial.
The challenges are going to be solved step by step alongside a dive into diffusion models and technical details on machine learning.
We will provide a dedicated online environment that requires low computing power on your end to do prompt hacking and try out Stable Diffusion.
This workshop supports three levels of technical readiness:
1) To participate in prompt hacking, bring any laptop or cellphone with a Web browser
2) For a more low-level challenge, bring a laptop with Python installed
3) To optionally play with Stable Diffusion tools locally, a laptop with dedicated 3D graphic card is required
L'aide aux participants en Français sera aussi disponible.