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Capture the Flag

2024 cyberTAP CTF Invitational

Start Date:

March 01 - 15:00 ET

End Date:

March 02 - 15:00 ET

Sign Up Your Team

Complete this form to get access to the Hack the Box CTF event page. It is recommended to have a team of 4, but individuals are welcome.


Compete Today.
Prepare for Tomorrow.

Welcome to the first annual Purdue cyberTAP CTF Invitational. A capture-the-flag tournament focused on providing a fun and competitive space for cybersecurity professionals and collegiate students to flex their practical hacking skills.

In the ever-evolving digital landscape, the significance of cybersecurity hands-on training and practical experience is king. Regular training equips individuals and organizations with the knowledge and skills to identify, respond, and mitigate cyber threats effectively. It's not just about defending against today's vulnerabilities but also anticipating tomorrow's challenges. 

Compete in teams of up to four for prestige and prizes, ranging from cyberTAP Cyber Range training to Hack the Box subscriptions and much more!

Details

Event Type: Public

Location: Online

Challenges: 10 challenges across 9 categories

Prizes

Purdue Cyber Range Training, HTB Academy Licenses, and more!

Qualifications

This event is open to all. We recommend using a team of 4 for the competiton.

Who is cyberTAP?

Purdue University cyberTAP offers custom-tailored cybersecurity education and cybersecurity services for our wide array of partners. Our cybersecurity training programs range from basic theory to hands-on defensive and offensive simulations on the Purdue Cyber Range. We provide various cybersecurity-related professional services such as security risk assessments, cybersecurity awareness campaigns, penetration testing, and vulnerability assessments.

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