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Summary

Title: Cyber Security Challenge Australia

Partners: Australian Government, HackLabs, CISCO, Telstra, PWC, Microsoft, splunk, Commonwealth Bank, BAE Systems

Anticipated Funding: $NaN

Relevant Dates:
Challenge starts: Wednesday August 22, 2018

Challenge ends: Thursday August 23, 2018

Last Updated: Friday, April 6, 2018 2:11 PM

The Challenge

What is CySCA?

CySCA is a ‘hacking’ competition run by an alliance of Australian Government, business and academic professionals who are committed to finding the next generation of Australian cyber security talent – including you!

Starting in 2012, CySCA will show you what it’s like to work in cyber security and will get your name in front of some of Australia’s most dynamic employers.

CySCA is Australia’s only national cyber security competition. It runs over 24-hours and will test both your technical skills and communication know-how. It’s not easy, but it’s heaps of fun, and the opportunities you get from participating are fantastic.

Think you’re up for the Challenge?


Partners

Australian Government
HackLabs
CISCO
Telstra
PWC
Microsoft
splunk
Commonwealth Bank
BAE Systems

Eligibility Criteria

CySCA is open to full-time Australian university undergraduates and undergraduate-equivalent TAFE students based in Australia. Each team may contain up to four students.

All teams must be registered by a university/TAFE staff/faculty academic representative.

  • Individual applications will not be considered.
  • Registration does not guarantee entry into the event.

You will not be able to participate in the Cyber Security Challenge:

  • if you do not consent to CySCA organisers using or disclosing your information for any of the purposes identified in the Privacy Statement which can be found here  or as a pdf here 
  • unless the personal information required for registration is given.

Full Terms and conditions can be found here  or as a pdf here 

How to Apply

How to Prepare

CySCA 2017 In-a-box is now available along with write-ups so check out:

Also Check out previous Challenges below and start practicing. If you don’t have a team ready see your course coordinator about any cyber security clubs or organisations you can join in your area. Otherwise why not start your own club or team? The more the merrier!