EC-Council Foundation’s Global Cyberlympics Finals Will be Held During Cyber Security Week in The Hague

Global CyberLympics is an online ethical hacking, computer network defense game, dedicated to finding the top computer network defense teams. Teams are made up of 4 to 6 players, and each round serves

The Global CyberLympics is far beyond the average capture the flag type completion with creative challenges that stretch even the most skilled players.

EC-Council Foundation’s Global CyberLympics 2017 finals will be held at The Hague in the Netherlands during Cyber Security Week (CSW) and the Europol – INTERPOL Cybercrime Conference. The finals will be co-hosted with Deloitte Netherlands, The Hague Security Delta, and the Municipality of The Hague. Global CyberLympics will be one of the many exciting events that will be happening all around the city!

Global CyberLympics is an online ethical hacking, computer network defense game, dedicated to finding the top computer network defense teams. Teams are made up of 4 to 6 players, and each round serves as an elimination round until only winning teams remain. The top two teams from each continent are invited to play the game live in person at the world finals. Global CyberLympics’ goal is to raise awareness toward increased education and ethics in information security through a series of cyber competitions that encompass forensics, ethical hacking, and defense. One key initiative for Global CyberLympics is to foster an environment that creates child online protection through education. The mission statement of the Global CyberLympics is “Unifying Global Cyber Defense through the Games.”

During CSW, The Hague becomes the center for the cyber security community. Dozens of events will provide the opportunity for attendees to network, discuss cyber security trends, share…

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