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  • Name

    • CODE BLUE 2023

  • Date

    • November 8th (Wed) - November 9th (Thu), 2023 (JST)

  • Location

    • Akasaka Intercity Conference Center(Akasaka Intercity AIR 4F)

      => Access Map

  • Event Format

    • In-person

  • Organizer

    • CODE BLUE Executive Committee

  • Operation

    • CODE BLUE Office

  • Ticket

    • Early Bird JPY 78,000 (incl.sales tax)

      Regular JPY 98,000 (incl.sales tax)

      On Site JPY 128,000 (incl.sales tax)

      ※(Incl. Networking Party fee)

      => Registration

  • Other

    • Simultaneous Japanese-English interpretation provided (with exceptions)

[ Remark ]
※Depending on the state of COVID-19 infections, this program is subject to change for in-person event.

What is the value CODE BLUE provides?

With the proliferation of advanced technologies such as IoT, AI, and robotics, our lives are facing many changes. The fusion of cyberspace with physical reality is bringing to life many innovations such as autonomous driving vehicles, remote telemedicine and more. With this change also brings cybersecurity to the forefront and more important than ever it is no longer an issue for engineers alone, but one that society as a whole must address.

CODE BLUE is an international conference bringing together world-class cyber security experts. From a vendor-neutral standpoint, the conference aims to share the latest research from prominent researchers in Europe,United States,Japan and other Asian countries including young and upcoming researchers. Since its inception in 2013, these efforts have earned the trust of the cyber security community at home and abroad.

This year marks the 11th anniversary of CODE BLUE. We aim to offer a valuable experience to all attendees, including exposure to the latest trends and new knowledge in cybersecurity by attending lectures by renowned researchers, and being able to network with many industry professionals, including overseas participants visiting Japan.

Speakers of the past (partial)

  • 2013

    • Founder of BlackHat, DEFCON Organizers

  • 2013

    • a Senior Lecturer at the Naval Postgraduate School (NPS), Dedicated to promoting CTF competitions

  • 2016

    • Security research known for SIM card hacking, BAD USB, etc.

  • 2017

    • Known for jailbreaking iOS, Play Station 3, etc.

  • 2018

    • Chief Research Officer of F-Secure, One of the security industry's leading opinion leader

  • 2019

    • Security researcher from Taiwan, world renown CTF player, researcher of numerous critical vulnerabilities

  • 2020

    • Digital Minister for Taiwan, encourages software development by citizens.

  • 2021

    • CISO, Digital Agency; CISO, Tokyo Organizing Committee for the Olympic and Paralympic Games

  • 2021

    • Developer of SoftEther VPN, Central developer of “Shin Telework System” provided by NTT East and IPA

  • 2022

    • Security expert known as Grifter in the US hacker community like DEFCON and BlackHat