For the third year in a row, Cyber Battle of Estonia is organising a series of cyber hacking events aimed at young people aged 15-24.
The main goal is to make young people more cyber-savvy by providing them with knowledge in the cybersecurity field through practical cyber courses. We also aim to introduce how working in the cyber world looks like and what are the relevant skills and knowledge required. Cybersecurity is important everywhere!
Real-life situations are used in the regional pre-qualifier rounds and the final competition. For example a situation, where the city government needs help because malware has entered their server, paralysing all of the city’s systems from street lighting, pedestrian crossings and bicycle lanes. Or the traffic control tower needs assistance as they have been hit by a redemption claim and all data is encrypted.
Our goal is to introduce work in the cyber world and the relevant skills and knowledge required. Cyber security is important everywhere!
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The series of events consists of three parts
Aimed at young people who are interested in the cyber world but have no previous exposure or experience in the field.
During the two-day cyber course, our cybersecurity experts will provide you with the basic knowledge and skills to work in the cyber world using a fun learning environment.
Acquire basic knowledge on the following topics: Linux Basics, Port Scanning, DNS (Name Server) and Web Server Listing, Brute-Forcing, Metasploit, Cyber Security and Cyber Wisdom, Steganography, Cryptography, Web Vulnerabilities, Security Vulnerabilities.
You will gain an insight into the minds of hackers.
|Paide||7-8 May 2022||Paide Gymnasium (Posti 12, Paide)|
|Jõhvi||21-22 May 2022||Jõhvi Gymnasium (Hariduse 5B, Jõhvi)|
|Tartu||4-5 June 2022||Tartu University Delta Centre (Narva mnt 18, Tartu)|
|Tallinn||11-12 June 2022||TalTech (Akadeemia tee 15a, Tallinn)|
|Pärnu||18-19 June 2022||Pernova Technology Building (Kooli 6b, Pärnu)|
All you need to participate is a laptop and some software. But no need to worry if you don't have that. We will provide a computer if necessary. Write to us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Cyber Battle of Estonia cyber course takes place in Estonian and, if necessary, in Russian; however, knowledge of English is crucial to be successful, not only in the Cyber Battle of Estonia, but also in the cyber world in general.
Upon passing the Cyber Battle of Estonia cyber course, the University of Tartu will issue you with a certificate. More information here.
The pre-qualifier round is aimed at young people who have previously completed a cyber course (Cyber Battle of Estonia 2022 cyber course or bootcamp), girls cyber academy or already have the necessary skills.
The regional pre-qualifier round will take place virtually on 27 August 2022. You can participate on your own computer without leaving the house.
It is an individual pre-qualifier round, where real-life problems are solved within a time limit. Based on the results, regional three- to five-member teams will be formed, who will represent their region in the final competition that will take place on 29 October 2022 in Tartu.
If you want to participate in the regional pre-qualifier round, but haven’t taken part in any cyber courses mentioned before, register here.
The final competition of the Cyber Battle of Estonia 2022 is similar to the superstar competition - we are looking for the next cyber superstars. Up to 100 young cyber-stars will compete in teams of three to five, from which the best team will be determined.
In addition, competitors from abroad will virtually take part in the competition. They are all competing for the same goal of solving cyber challenges and becoming a cyber superstar.
The final competition will take place on 29 October 2022 in the sports building of the University of Tartu (Ujula 4, Tartu).
A separate area has been created for spectators for the final competition in the sports building of the University of Tartu, where it is also possible to try solving cyber puzzles yourself. Admission is FREE for spectators!
Thanks to good cooperation with city governments, our partners and supporters, we are able to offer a series of Cyber Battle of Estonia events to all participants for FREE!
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