I am excited to watch our competition grow into a platform ... where today’s best in Cyber Defense can come together and work to shape tomorrow’s Cyber Warriors.
Albuquerque, NM (PRWEB) March 07, 2013
In an effort to be as inclusive as possible, the Global CyberLympics Organization Committee has announced it will reduce the registration fees from $100 to $60 per team.
Teams that register by April 14th will have the opportunity to win up to $600! The CyberLympics administration team will hold a random drawing of all qualifying entries on April 15th. Winners will be notified by email. Register now at http://www.cyberlympics.org/RegisterContacts.aspx. (If you are between the ages of 13 and 18, a High School Competition is also available.)
The 2013 Cyberlympics competition will be held as an online, 4 round challenge per continent.
Round 1: Forensics
Round 2: Computer Network Defense
Round 3: Penetration Test
Round 4: Capture the Flag (The world finals is a mixture of the 3 rounds listed above)
Jay Bavisi, President of the Global CyberLympics Organization Committee stated, “I am excited to watch our competition grow into a platform which can provide today’s Cyber Warriors a Cyber Defense competition to hone their skills as well as a community where today’s best in Cyber Defense can come together and work to shape tomorrow’s Cyber Warriors.”
All official team rankings and pictures of the teams can be seen on the Global CyberLympics Post, the official blog for Global CyberLympics. Join the Cyberlympics blog to keep up with teams, rankings, and share your support.
For more information, please contact Janelle McLean, Program Coordinator of Global CyberLympics, at Janelle(dot)mclean(at)eccouncil(dot)org.
About the 2012 Global Cyberlympics Games
The 2012 Global CyberLympics grew by over 200%, and increased the number of Countries that participated from 27 to 52. Last year’s world finals competition was an action packed 6 hours with hacker teams changing positions several times as they jockeyed for top honors. These final games drew a consistent crowd as Hacker Halted conference goers gathered to see which flags (servers) teams were capturing. In the end team Hack.ERS from the Netherlands were able to defend their World Championship title, as they reclaimed 1st place for the second year in a row. The 2nd place team was the University of Maryland University College (UMUC) Cyber Padawans of the USA and the 3rd place spot went to team gula.sh of Hungry.
About the EC-Council Foundation
EC-Council Foundation is a charitable and educational organization dedicated to educating and training individuals in security skills; it is the founding company for Global CyberLympics an international computer defense, and ethical hacking competition. EC-Council Foundation’s application for recognition of its exemption from federal income tax under 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code is pending with the Internal Revenue Service.
The EC-Council Foundation was established in 2012 by the founders of the International Council of E-Commerce Consultants (EC-Council). The International Council of E-Commerce Consultants (EC-Council) a member-based organization that certifies individuals in e-business and information security skills. It is the owner and creator of the world famous Certified Ethical Hacker (CEH), Computer Hacking Forensics Investigator (CHFI), EC-Council Certified Security Analyst (ECSA), License Penetration Tester (LPT), and numerous others that are offered in over 87 countries through more than 450 training partners globally. EC-Council has trained over 90,000 individuals and certified more than 40,000 security professionals.
For more information about Global CyberLympics and EC-Council Foundation, please visit http://www.cyberlympics.org