Rules for visiting the international cybersecurity festival Positive Hack Days 2

The provisions set forth in these rules are mandatory for all visitors to the Festival, regardless of their age. In case a visitor violates these rules, or acts in a way that causes inconvenience to or threatens the safety of other guests, the Festival organizer reserves the right to refuse the visitor entry to the event or remove them from the premises.

By attending the event, the visitor agrees to these rules and undertakes to comply with them.

All guests on the Festival premises are personally responsible for their own lives and health. Responsibility for the consequences arising from ignorance or non-compliance with these rules lies with the visitors themselves. Legal representatives of minors (parents, guardians, custodians) are responsible for ensuring that their minors comply with these rules.

In the event of a participant committing an offense at the festival, that individual bears full administrative and criminal liability in accordance with the legislation of the Russian Federation.

Festival operating hours:

  • May 23—from 10:00 AM to 8:00 PM
  • May 24—from 10:00 AM to 8:00 PM
  • May 25—from 10:00 AM to 10:00 PM
  • May 26—from 10:00 AM to 6:00 PM

After the Festival, guests must leave the event premises.

Spectators and guests can enter the festival site only after having their possessions searched. The organizers ask for understanding regarding this procedure, as it is carried out for the safety of visitors.

The search is carried out by KRS employees. Visitors who refuse to be searched will not be allowed into the Festival premises.Upon entry to the premises, each visitor will be searched for prohibited items and substances (list below).

List of prohibited items:

  • Alcoholic beverages, including low-alcohol beverages, such as beer, in any container
  • Beverages in glass, metal, or plastic containers.
  • Any kinds of food and snacks except for baby food.
  • Firearms, gas, pneumatic, cold, and other types of weapons.
  • Chemical, poisonous, and explosive substances; fireworks, pyrotechnics of all kinds, including homemade ones, sparklers, and torches.
  • Primuses, kerosene heaters, burners, braziers, gas cylinders, flammable liquids, dry alcohol.
  • Aerosol cans, antiperspirants, repellents, hair styling products
  • Sharp objects: knives, scissors, nail files, metal rods, knitting needles, shivs, spikes, nails.
  • Items with metal components, bats, carpentry and locksmith tools.
  • Drugs and all medications except for life-sustaining ones (painkillers and medications with a document confirming medical necessity), anti-allergy medications, and contact lens fluids. All medications must be in sealed original containers.
  • Quadcopters, drones, gliders, radio-controlled planes and helicopters, etc. without accreditation and registration documents in accordance with the laws of the Russian Federation.
  • Advertising materials of any kind.
  • Extremist and offensive materials.
  • Other items resembling these prohibited items or their copies and analogs, as well as any other items that may harm the health of guests, damage property, or disrupt normal operation.

It is prohibited on the festival grounds to:

  • Disturb public order, pose a threat to one's own life and health or the lives and health of other spectators, participants, and staff of the Festival.
  • Be in a state of alcohol or drug intoxication, consume narcotics or psychotropic substances.
  • Throw objects or liquids towards other spectators or the stage.
  • Carry and use any types of transportation (bicycles, scooters, skateboards, rollerblades, electric scooters, hoverboards, segways, unicycles, and other devices with rechargeable batteries), except for wheelchairs and strollers.
  • Enter areas closed to spectators by the Festival's organizing committee.
  • Cross barriers, climb statues, fountains, fences, or stages.
  • Launch any unmanned aerial vehicles without written permission from the Festival's organizing committee and other authorized bodies, as well as without accreditation and registration documents according to the laws of the Russian Federation.
  • Enter the Festival premises with pets of any kind (even if only briefly), except for guide dogs.
  • Make fires, burn dry leaves and grass, use any fire-hazardous materials and devices. Use any kind of pyrotechnics (including homemade), sparklers, torches; launch Chinese lanterns, helium balloons, pneumatic fireworks, confetti, etc.
  • Violate fire safety rules, smoke in unauthorized areas, including with electronic devices. Smoking is strictly allowed only in designated areas, and this rule applies to all types of smoking, including nicotine-containing vapes, electronic cigarettes, and any vaporizers, liquids, and gels.
  • Wear or display signs or other symbols aimed at inciting racial or national hatred, insulting Festival participants and others present.
  • Shoot photos or videos with professional equipment using tripods and/or other additional gear.
  • Use photo and video materials for any commercial purposes, provide these materials to third parties for commercial purposes.
  • Violate sanitary and hygienic norms and rules, damage the environment, carry out unauthorized cutting of trees, dump garbage and household waste.
  • Place advertisements and banners, or install advertising structures without authorization.
  • Carry out unauthorized work and any kind of events (including competitive, entertainment, gaming, sports, and other public activities) without coordinating with the sports complex administration, as well as organize and conduct rallies, demonstrations, processions, picketing, and flash mobs.
  • In accordance with Article 12 of the Federal Law of February 23, 2013, No. 15-FZ "On protecting citizens' health from the effects of secondhand tobacco smoke and the consequences of tobacco use," smoking is prohibited on the premises of sports facilities.

We kindly ask you to inform Festival staff if you see any crimes, unattended or suspicious items, outbreak of fire, or any other emergencies.

If you notice any suspicious individuals and/or objects, please report them to Festival security either in person or by calling 112.

Festival participants are obliged to:

  • Maintain cleanliness and order.
  • Follow safety procedures and refrain from actions that may harm one's own health or the health of others.
  • Avoid creating conflict situations.
  • Adhere to rules of conduct in crowded areas.
  • Respect the honor and dignity of other participants and Festival staff, observe basic rules of ethics and morality in one's interactions, refrain from obstructing the leisure of other participants, and respect their personal space.
  • Communicate politely, amiably, and courteously with others, refrain from using profanity in communication, and not spread or post on social media any information that insults or degrades the honor and dignity of other participants.

For matters not covered by these rules, visitors are obliged to follow the rules of the Luzhniki Olympic Complex: