This year, we're holding our annual CTF event at the University of Virginia on Saturday, November 2nd. It will be a competition that challenges and encourages participants to learn new techniques and concepts related to cybersecurity, from technical skills such as reconnaissance, cryptography, binary and web exploitation, reverse engineering, and forensics to legal and business skills such as risk management and incident response.
This CTF is meant to be an opportunity to learn more about cybersecurity and practice hacking in a safe and legal environment, so no experience is expected or required!
This CTF will be open to high school, undergraduate, and graduate students from any school (with a maximum of 1 grad student per team). Participants will compete in teams of four--if you don't have a team, we will match participants into teams at the competition. Registration is free and includes breakfast, lunch, and a t-shirt!
This event will be held at the UVA Darden School. There will be free parking, and UVA transit has a Northline bus stop right outside.
The event will run from 9am to 5pm with a break for lunch. Check-in will start at 8. Please take a look at the schedule for more details.
We are currently looking for sponsors for this event! For more information, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
High school, undergrad, and grad students
Teams of 4
November 2nd, 2019
UVA Darden School
100 Darden Blvd
Charlottesville, VA 22903
Free breakfast, lunch, and a t-shirt
Experienced infosec professional as a keynote speaker
Network with industry professionals
Bring your laptop, charger, teammates, and google skills!
Questions? Email email@example.com