OWASP Cambridge “Capture the Flag" 2018

Thursday 17th May 2018 12:00 – 17:45, Compass House (COM014), Anglia Ruskin University, 104 East Road, Cambridge, CB5 8DZ

Hosted by the Cyber Security & Networking Research Group, Anglia Ruskin University, British Computer Society (BCS) Cybercrime Forensics Special Internet Group’s, UK Cyber Security Forum Cambridge Cluster and OWASP (Open Web Application Security Project) Cambridge Chapter.

Capture the Flag (CTF) games provide cyber curious and passionate young generation with a safe playing field to be creative and adventurous. Engaging students in creating and conducting CTF challenges provides an interesting and legal way of creating and testing security systems. In this event, Avatao are helping to provide a jeopardy style challenge and invites 10 teams of maximum 10 players each, from colleges and universities to compete in the competition. We can also help those who want to form a team with their friends and colleagues.

Winning Teams will win prizes kindly donated by cyber security technology vendors.

IMPORTANT: Please bring your own LAPTOP and a charger for the event.

CTF Competition: Free (team of up to 10 students from each college or university).

Team Minibuses could be accommodated but will be on a first booked basis, please contact Adrian.Winckles@anglia.ac.uk

Please submit team submissions by May 8th 2018.

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The Team
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