Global CyberLympics an International Computer Network Defense Competition Announces the Global Results for Rounds 1 through 3

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Global CyberLympics’ is an international online ethical hacking competition, dedicated to finding the top computer network defense teams.

Pictured is FSTeam of Brazil from the 2012 Global CyberLympics World Finals

This year’s Global CyberLympics competition featured a banking theme, where the participants had to solve a series of challenges as if they were hired as independent IT security contractors to figure out who hacked a bank’s network.

Global CyberLympics is an international online ethical hacking, computer network defense game. Currently in its third year, Global CyberLympics is excited to announce the 2013 global results thus far. The 2013 competition consisted of more than 6,400 players spanning 70 different countries. This year’s Global CyberLympics competition featured a banking theme, where the participants had to solve a series of challenges as if they were hired as independent IT security contractors to figure out who hacked a bank’s network. For the 1st round, the Forensics challenge, teams had to look for a series of clues to figure out who defaced the bank’s website. In Round 2, the computer network defense competition, teams had to harden and secure network systems, to keep malicious people off the bank’s server network. Finally, for Round 3, the Pen test competition teams had to identify the malicious hackers IP addresses and extract information about the Hackers during the pen test. Each game round featured eliminations, until only the top 2 teams remained to represent their continent in the world finals. The results can be viewed below:

Round 1
*Please note multiple teams with the same rank represent a tie*
Africa    
1. Sudan T00r - Sudan
2. MITP - Egypt
2. BlackHats - Egypt
3. Wild Boys - Egypt
4. Broken Cipher Ali Abdellatif - Sudan
5. TeamNAIJA - Nigeria
6. Broken Cipher Cyber Kandakes - Sudan
7. ForbiddenBits - Tunisia
8. Duko - Sudan
9. FTSS Eagle - Ghana

Europe    
1. Hack.ERS - Netherlands
1. Pruts.ERS - Netherlands
2. nanosloopers - United Kingdom
2. nx - Finland
3. gula.sh - Hungary
4. 0xD0A - United Kingdom
4. SectorC - Netherlands
5. Blah - Czech Republic
6. mici-cu-b3re - Romania
7. PRAUDITORS - Hungary

Asia    
1. n0m@d$ - Mongolia
2. Bima Sena - Indonesia
2. Marawa Drata - Indonesia
2. HAWK - Mongolia
3. SESI - Mongolia
4. Requiem - Malaysia
4. WhiteHat - Sri Lanka
5. Hatsoff - India
5. Marblecone - Malaysia
6. *.*null - India
6. Cyber Security Community - Indonesia

Australia    
1. PentestACLs - Australia
2. AlpacaHackers - Australia
3. PenCode - Australia
4. Team Fiji - Fiji
5. Shepards - Australia
6. Tasmanian Devils - Australia
7. Victorians - Australia
8. Team Zealand     - New Zealand
9. The Hobbits - New Zealand
10. Islanders - Fiji

North America    
1. Deadbeef - United States
2. MC Cyberwatch - United States
3. Cyber Security Athenaeum - United States
3. Heartland - United States
3. Digital fight club - United States
3. SMS-White - United States
3. Team Merica - United States
3. Yetisneakers - United States
4. PeakChaos - United States
5. BlackLanternCorps - United States
5. Cyber Padawans 3 - United States

South America    
1. Coca Cuela - Brazil
2. InterCEPTeam - Colombia
3. Proteus - Brazil
4. FSTeam     - Brazil
5. Guechas - Colombia
6. Hadouken - Brazil
7. 360Sec- Internet Solutions - Colombia
8. GH - Brazil
9. Anubis - Ecuador
10. Saints - Argentina

Round 2
*Please note multiple teams with the same rank represent a tie*
South America
1. FSTeam - Brazil
2. Güechas - Colombia
3. Coca Cuela - Brazil
4. InterCEPTeam - Colombia
5. Proteus - Brazil
6. Hadouken - Brazil

North America - All USA Teams
1. Deadbeef
2. Yetisneakers
3. Digital Fight Club
4. Secure Mission solutions - White
4. Team Merica
4. Peak Chaos

Australia
1. PentestACLs - Australia
2.AlpacaHackers - Australia
3. Team Zealand – New Zealand
4. The Hobbits – New Zealand
4. Tasmanian Devils - Australia
5. Islanders - Fiji

Asia
1 n0m@d$ - Mongolia
2 WhiteHat - Sri Lanka
3 *.*null – India
4 Bima Sena – Indonesia
5 Marawa Drata – Indonesia
6 HAWK – Mongolia

Europe
1. SectorC – Netherlands
2. Hack.ERS – Netherlands
3. gula.sh – Hungary
4. nanosloopers - United Kingdom
5. Pruts.ERS – Netherlands
6. PRAUDITORS – Hungary

Africa
1. Sudan T00r – Sudan
2. Wild Boys – Egypt
3. TeamNAIJA – Nigeria
4. Duko – Sudan
5. BlackHats – Egypt
6. MITP - Egypt

Round 3
*Please note multiple teams with the same rank represent a tie*
South America
1. Proteus – Brazil
2. FSTeam – Brazil

North America
1. Deadbeef – USA
2. Secure Mission Solutions – White – USA

Australia
1. PentestACLs - Australia
2. AlpacaHACKERS - Australia

Asia
1. HAWK – Mongolia
2. *.*null – India

Europe
1. SectorC – Netherlands
2. Pruts.ERS– Netherlands

Africa
1. SudanT00r – Sudan
2. MITP – Egypt

The Global CyberLympics World Finals will be played live on September 19th at Hacker Halted featuring the top 2 teams from every continent in the world. The Runner Up teams from each region will have to play in a preliminary round, competing for one spot to play in the Finals round with the top teams from each continent. To add to the intensity of the games, the two time reigning world champions Team Hack.ERS from the Netherlands will also be playing in the world finals to defend their title. Jay Bavisi President of the Global CyberLympics Organization Committee stated “The Global CyberLympics games truly embody an example of countries coming together to work towards unifying global cyber defense, as cyber attacks become more prevalent.”

To find out more information about Global CyberLympics or the Hacker Halted conference, please visit: http://www.cyberlympics.org or http://www.hackerhalted.com.

Contact:
Janelle McLean- Program Coordinator of Global CyberLympics- Janelle.mclean(at)eccouncil(dot)org
For more information about the conference and to register, visit http://www.hackerhalted.com.

About EC-Council Foundation
EC-Council Foundation is a charitable and educational organization dedicated to educating and training individuals in security skills. Established in 2012 by EC-Council, the foundation seeks to raise awareness, build capacity across nations and ultimately promote global peace. The foundation also supports select high school, collegiate and professional cyber competitions. EC-Council Foundation’s mission is to foster collaboration and participation by Global Digital Citizens to become advocates for safe, secure on-line activities and to foster online child protection through education. For more information visit foundation.eccouncil.org

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