VSec infrastructure is built to have as small a footprint as possible, that being technical, economical, and environmentally while being easy to manage and to contribute to as community.
The website is built with GitHub Pages that enables everybody to contribute directly though the GitHub repository. GithHub Pages is built with static pages using the Jekyll static site generator and the “Minimal Mistakes” Jekyll theme made by Michael Rose.
To enable proper web security in conjunction with GitHub Pages, Cloudflare is used as a CDN to make it possible to enable DNSSEC, optimize allowed TLS versions, set HSTS and make “transforms” to the http response headers so it is possible to enforce web security headers like Content Security Policy (CSP) etc.
GitHub also provides good project management tools should that be necessary in the future when planning events.
Enviromental commitment to technology usage
VSec is commited to as much as possible, to only select technology and service providers that focusing on minimizing their enviromental impact. VSec is a non-profit and all funding that is not used on facilitating the community iself will be given to causes that help support the UN “2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development” and the 17 goals.