In Germany, just like in the rest of the world, cyber security has become a strategic priority for organizations across all sectors. In this context, training and hiring young potential in the area of information security has become even more crucial than in the past.
In 2015, cyber security specialists initiated the first Cyber Security Challenge Belgium. They believed in raising awareness and interest of students that are about to complete their education through a country-wide challenge.
After 4 successful editions and each year growing keen interest from the industry, the event has become a not to miss event for students and industry professionals and now launches a new initiative in Germany together with Bonn University and in collaboration with SANS Institute – the Cyber Security Rumble.
March 13th - 14th, 2019
Registered teams in Belgium and Germany are invited to solve challenges on an online platform, over a duration of two days. The 12 top German teams are invited to the finals that will take place in the lectures hall in the middle of the Poppelsdorf campus of the Bonn University.
March 29th - 30th, 2019
Qualified teams must solve new, more complex challenges during 2 days. Train tickets to Bonn and back to their home town will be organized for the top 12 German teams. Hotel accomodation and meals are also offered to the participating teams during the 2 days of the final round..
Audience targeted consists of students from German academic institutions, studying either for a bachelor or a master degree with a focus on information technology. Detailed knowledge of IT Security is not required to join
The top German teams and Belgian teams will also compete during the finals on a shared leaderboard. Which country will score best?
HÖRSAALZENTRUM POPPELSDORFEndenicher Allee 19 C, 53115 Bonn