Digital Overdose is a community focused around information security, cybersecurity, ethical hacking and tech in general, that aims to provide a space where anyone can join, discuss and interact on topics they are fond of.
We are acutely aware that not everyone has had the opportunity to learn about some of the fundamentals and advanced notions of infosec, networking, OSINT and the very many domains that security professionals, practitioners or amateurs regularly delve in. This is why we have weekly tutoring sessions on such notions, usually hosted by Eden (Mrs. Skelli) or sometimes Maya (AtomicMaya) on our Discord.
We believe that everyone should be able to partake in these activities without feeling endagered, targeted, harassed among other things that are sadly all too common in tech. This is why we take great care in fostering a warm, welcoming and nurturing environment to all, which we maintain by adopting an extremely pro-active policy when it comes to abuse, unethical activities and the various isms/phobias (e.g.: racism, sexism, transphobia, among many others).
We regularly provide general tutoring sessions about various broad topics in information security for those that wish to expand or solidify their base of knowledge.
You can find the entire calendar of events here.
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The aspect of our community that most of our users will be familiar with is of course our Discord server. This is where most of our members interact, where our tutoring sessions take place and essentially the heart of our community.
Join us on Discord
On our Twitter profile, we usually publish events relating to some events such as our own conference or other conferences aimed at people in tech, information security, cybersecurity and adjacent domains.
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Our Patreon is where the recordings of our tutoring sessions go to be seen at any time by our members. The donations collected are all reinvested into the community, no exceptions.
Check out our Patreon
Our LinkedIn page is used mostly to advertise our events, much like our Twitter. It also allows our members to link the community if they were to consider it valuable to their CV.
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We use YouTube to host our videos, especially the recordings done at our own conference. In these kinds of events, we will usually stream there as well.
Subscribe to our channel
GitHub is where we host various community projects, including this website!