The Cyberlympics student edition is a Capture the Flag (CTF) game in which teams of students compete against each other. Who will be the team that solves the most challenges and is able to get itself placed in the top three? Instead of defending yourself against attackers, this time the teams are on the other side; attacking a number of challenges during this Capture the Flag (CTF) event.  The challenges for the teams are related to hacking in the broadest sense of the word and may require a variety of skills, such as knowledge about encryption and decryption, web application hacking, remote exploiting etc.

 

 Whether you are a student in Computer Science, System Engineering & Policy Management, System and Network Engineering, Information Science, Mathematics, Business & IT or Informatics & Economics with a major in information systems, IT architectures, Software architecture or Information security, you can all participate!  

 

In this game you work together towards the same goal: winning the trophy. But there is more, you can win some really cool prices, a nice gadget, a seat on the Global CTF event, and a training facilitated by Deloitte Cyber Experts, Moreover, you will get the opportunity to meet with students of other universities and a meet and greet with the Deloitte Hack.ERS team, five-time winner of the Global CyberLympics.

 

Are you interested in joining? There are a few guidelines for registration:

  • Please compose a team of 4 people. If you don’t have a team yet, please send an e-mail to us.
  • Please make sure you fill in a team name if you sign-up
  • The event will take place in The Hague in the afternoon on September 25th, so make sure you have time
  • The Student Hacking contest will be entirely in English

Express your interest now, because there are limited seats available.

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Back to Programme Student Hacking Contest, a CyberLympics Event
Organised by
Deloitte
Location

WTC/HSD Campus International Centre

Prinses Beatrixlaan 582

2595 BM The Hague

For whom
Whether you are a student in Computer Science, System Engineering & Policy Management, System and Network Engineering, Information Science, Mathematics, Business & IT or Informatics & Economics with a major in information systems, IT architectures, Software architecture or Information security, you can all participate in the Student Hacking Challenge.