There is a limit to how much can be taught in a lecture theatre. Join us this Easter term for the second ever cyber security varsity against Oxford. Challenge yourself by working competitively with a team and find out what you can contribute to cyber security and intelligence.
BAE Systems Applied Intelligence are running a Capture the Flag event, a day of cyber security challenges and games, on Saturday 27th January 2018.
The challenges will involve breaking into vulnerable websites, cracking ciphers, forensic searches, reverse engineering and much more. No previous experience of these kinds of challenge is necessary; they are designed for students who like taking things apart and seeing how they work.
Anybody who is a member of CUES at Cambridge can sign up and play against the respective Oxford University team. There are prizes for the winning team and goodies for anyone taking part!
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The competition is being held in the DPO at CUED and will start at 10:00 and finish at 16:00, with lunch provided by us. We’ll be around all day to provide hints and tips on the challenges and are happy to discuss careers in cyber security and software engineering in BAE Systems Applied Intelligence. If you’re interested please send us an email and sign up!
To sign up, please email email@example.com from your university email account with the following information:
· Your full name
· Your team name (if applicable)
· Your year of study
· Your course title
If you are signing up on behalf of others, please include the above information for them too. The deadline for signing up is Friday 19th January 2018. We will email you to confirm your place and provide more details on the event and what you need to bring. We really hope to see you there.