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 winning teams from every continent get invited to play the game live in person at the world finals. Global CyberLympics’ goal is to raise awareness towards 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.”
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The Cybersecurity executing arm of the United Nations specialized agency.
Secure Mission Solutions (SMS) has fielded two teams to compete in the Global CyberLympics each of the last two years. The competition serves as an opportunity for SMS security professionals to hone both their defensive and offensive cyber skills as a team. The cross training and development of technical skills has been evident.Secure Mission Solutions (USA)
We are really excited to feature the Magpies team, as they have done extremely well throughout the entire competition (Highest Qualifying Team for the Australian/Asian region) and will be competing in the World Finals on October 29th 2012 in Miami, Florida.Magpies (Australia)
In our weekly tradition of a team spotlights, this week’s team spotlight comes from the Runner – up of the African region: Team Naija of Nigeria!Team Naija (Nigeria)
Team PRAUDITORS of Hungary Team PRAUDITORS of Hungary is the top qualifying team out of Europe. This is a great accomplishment because out of all of the regional competitions, the European one was the most competitive and a very high scoring region.Team PRAUDITORS (Hungary)
This week’s team spotlight features FSTeam of Brazil! Our team recently had the opportunity to spend time with them at the world finals and they are a great group of guys. We expect great things from their team in the future, as they are very hardworking and knowledgeable.FSTeam (Brazil)
This week we are featuring the 2013 Champions, Hack.ERS from the Netherlands. Although they lost the Computer Network Defense (Round 3) of competition, they worked very hard to redeem themselves in the World Finals competition...2013 Champions, Hack.ERS (Netherlands)
EC-Council Foundation is proud to announce the winners of the 2014 Global Cyberlympics Finals! In a fiercely contested battle hosted by ISACA at the annual EUROCACS/ISRM 2014 conference in Barcelona, Spain, the Cyber Padawans from from Maryland, US took the title. Full results below: 1st Place Cyber Padawans -Maryland, US 2nd Place Hack.ERS – Netherlands Read the full article…
Congratulations to the teams that have advanced to the final round in the Global Cyberlympics! South America Proteus – Brazil Honey BadgERS – Peru North America Cyber Padawans 1 – Maryland, US IDK IDC – Texas, US Europe Hack.ERS – Netherlands Sector C – Netherlands Africa Lights – Sudan Sudan T00r – Sudan Asia aaaaaa Read the full article…
The 2014 Global CyberLympics online cyber ethical hacking games round 2 (Forensics) is underway and the results are coming in by region. The top six teams advancing for Europe are as Follows: SectorC Prauditors Hack.ERS TeamBackdoor TeamAlpha Snakeoil Security G00d luck out there contestants…and stay tuned for more Round 2 Results!
The 2014 Global CyberLympics online cyber ethical hacking games round 2 (Forensics) is underway and the results are coming in by region. The top six teams advancing for Africa are as Follows: TeamNaija Lights Sudan T00r Broken Cipher: Osman Digna MITP Wild Boys G00d luck out there contestants…and stay tuned for more Round 2 Results!