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$100k Ethical Hacking Competition, In-person at GTRI on February 14th

UNG is co-hosting the Cyber 2.0 Hacker’s Challenge, inviting students and faculty from all CAE institutions, as well as corporate and military cyber professionals, to participate in a live network penetration test with a grand prize of $100,000.

The First Ever Vendor-based Hackers Challenge in the USA

Threats associated with cyber-attacks are real and are growing. It is a real concern for many US enterprises in healthcare, finance/banking, IT, utilities, retail, transportation and governments. All are steadily increasing their cyber defense budget and are continuously adapting new solutions and approaches. And yet, all are also willing to accept 99% or even 95% defense, as the best that can be achieved.

Cyber 2.0 provides total defense against the spread of cyber-attacks within the organizational networks. And we are willing to put our money where our mouth is!

If you succeed in obtaining a highly classified information file, you will:

WIN A $100k REWARD

Thursday, February 14th, 2019 at the GTRI (Georgia Tech Research Institute)
250 14th Street, NW Atlanta, GA 30332
8:30 AM to 4:00 PM

Register now at www.Cyber20.com/Hackers-Challenge.aspx

Doomsday scenario - Open network - No firewall and no other security protection (SW or HW), giving all IP address and the Admin's PW. All you need to do is gain access and copy a file from the fileserver All those who register for the challenge must physically participate and be present at the GTRI to win.

For more information, please contact: Josecylin Cole, USA Sales Channels Manager - M: {404) 3752811 - Email: josecylin.cole@cyber20.com


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