Don’t miss this year’s Cyberlympics Finals in Barcelona Spain
This year is a special one for the hacking community. EC Council International, the brain child behind the Global Cyberlympics has partnered with ISACA, one of the leading IS/IT Certifications Body based in the US, to organise the 2014 Global Cyberlympics completion.
You can find more information from the Cyberlympics website here.
The world finals of the competition will be held in Barcelona, Spain on 29th September 2014 hosted by ISACA in conjunction with EuroCACS/ISRM 2014.
If you are into learning ethical hacking and cyber security, this is an event where the best of the best meet. You cannot afford to miss.
If you are interested in participating in the completion, below is the schedule and testing time for participants from Africa:
Forensics | People Per Continent = 1200 | # Targets = 1 | # Hours = 3 | 7Aug | 19:00GMT – 22:00GMT
CND-Lite | People Per Continent = 240 | # Targets = 2 | # Hours = 3 | 15Aug | 19:00GMT – 22:00GMT
Pen Test | People Per Continent = 48 | # Targets = 6 | # Hours = 3 | 22Aug | 19:00GMT – 22:00GMT
CTF | People Per Continent = 7 | # Targets = Progressive | # Hours = 6 | 29 & 30Sept | TBD
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Do you live in Uganda? We have good news for you.
The Institute of Forensics & ICT Security, the training arm of Summit Consulting Ltd is the official EC Council Authorized Training Centre (ATC) in Uganda, we are the local coordinator of the Global Cyberlympics competition and are proud to advise you of free sponsorship to participate in the global competition.
If you are interested, come and register to participate in the global Cyberlympics. You must be 18 years or more, and very skilled in ethical hacking.
Come and put your skills to good use and get chance to compete with the best in the world. We shall give you all the tools and resources you need to take your ethical hacking skills to the next level. Even more, we have dedicated resources to sponsor the qualifying team to Barcelona Spain to appear in person at the World Cyberlympics Finals in September 2014.
It does not get better than this.
Global Cyberlympics is an online ethical hacking, computer network defense game, dedicated to finding the top computer network defense teams. Teams are made up of 4 to 6 players, and each round serves as an elimination round until only winning teams remain.
The top winning teams from every continent get invited to play the game live in person at the world finals. Global CyberLympics’ goal is to raise awareness towards increased education and ethics in information security through a series of cyber competitions that encompass forensics, ethical hacking and defense.
One key initiative for Global Cyberlympics is to foster an environment that creates child online protection through education. The mission statement of the Global Cyberlympics is “Unifying Global Cyber Defense through the Games.”
More about Cyberlympics
Global Cyberlympics aspires to create an opportunity for ethical hacking to be accepted, practiced and demonstrated without any discrimination, across all geographical boundaries – for the purpose of understanding what it takes to protect and secure critical information and assets. One key initiative for Global Cyberlympics is to foster an environment that creates child online protection through education.
I. Capacity Building:
We hope to discover new talents, methods and ideas; and to encourage development in the field of information security. It is our hope that besides discovering gifted hackers and cyber-defenders, the Cyberlympics will inspire the development of Information security professionals of the future.
II. Raising Awareness:
We hope to educate the global community, especially in developing nations and third world countries on the issues of Information security, and encourage further development of the field. We hope the Games will raise awareness towards increased education and ethics in information security.
III. Global Peace:
We hope to foster friendship and create cohesiveness between information security professionals, whether as an individual, representing a corporation or for a national agency, and encourage frequent exchange of essential information, technology and skills through the games.
IV. Child Online Protection:
Through supporting partners and raising awareness, we can foster an environment that creates child online protection through education.
The need for practical ICT security professionals is on the rise. Come and register to participate in the Uganda team for the 2014 Global Cyberlympics and put your career on the right track.
There is no better way to show case your talent and advanced skills than competition in this top cyber security competition. Gain global visibility and become an expert whom every organisation wants to have.
To register, email premium[at]summitcl[dot]com or call +256414231136.
Ask to speak to Mustapha B. Mugisa.