[Owasp-ireland] Represent Ireland at the European Cyber Security Challenge Finals

Cummins, Mark Mark.Cummins at itb.ie
Tue Sep 20 09:44:40 UTC 2016

Are you between 14 and 30 years old? Working with computers and networks is your passion and you are not (yet) a fulltime security professional? Then the European Cyber Security Challenge is for you! If you can solve security related tasks from domains such as web security, mobile security, crypto, reverse engineering, forensics and more, then you'll have the chance to become a member of the Irish team that is competing against teams from Germany, Austria, Romania, UK, Spain, Switzerland, Greece, Estonia and Liechtenstein at this year's European Cyber Security Challenge finals in Germany.

Zero Days will be organising the qualifying rounds, selections and training for the Irish team travelling to this year European Cyber Security Challenge (ECSC). We'll be selecting a team of 10 between the ages of 14 -30 to represent Ireland in Dusseldorf, Germany between November 7th-10th.

Registration is now open, and participates will have two weeks to complete the challenges and earn an invitation to the live selections being held at the Institute of Technology Blanchardstown, where final team selections will be made. So check out the eligibility rules<https://www.zerodays.ie/ecsc.php#who>, then register and start solving challenges to try earn your spot at the live finals.

For more information please visit https://www.zerodays.ie/ecsc.php

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