The SANReN CSIRT is proud to announce that the Cyber Security Challenge for 2019 will once again be held in conjunction with the CHPC National Conference.
As an NREN, one of the challenges is to get students interested and exposed to NREN activities and the community. More Info
Lots of coffee, little sleep and grueling hacking challenges over a period of three days.
Start training yourself to hack, crack, root, exploit and subvert your way to the top of the CTF ladder.
Challenges may include Web Hacking, Forensics, Cryptography, Binary Analsis, Password Cracking, Steganography, Reverse Engineering, Mobile Security, Not Getting Enough Sleep and Running out of Coffee. And to make matters worse, you may have to defend your own infrastructure against all the other pesky teams.
Head over to this page to read the rules and register.
|Where:||Most definitely within South Africa, well let you know|
|Who:||Undergraduate, Honours and Masters students interested in Information Security.
3 to 4 people in a team, a supervisor, and your Professor or Lecturer will have to vouch for you!
|What:||Steal, plunder and pillage computer resources (T's & C's apply)|
|Why:||Because security matters|
Are you interested in sponsoring the SANReN CSC?
Please follow this link for the 2018 brochure.
The 2019 brochure will be available soon.
|NICIS||- National Integrated Cyber Infrastructure System|
|SANReN||- South African National Research Network|
|CSIRT||- Computer Security Incident Response Team|
|CHPC||- Centre for High Performance Computing|
|DIRISA||- Data Intensive Research Initiative of South Africa|
|CSIR||- Council for Scientific and Industrial Research|
|Meraka||- Meraka Institute|
|DPSS||- Defence, Peace, Safety and Security|
|CCIW||- Command, Control and Information Warfare|
|RU||- Rhodes University|
|SNRG||- Security and Networks Research Group|