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Hacky Holidays | 11 December - 3 January

Join and capture all the flags

Hacky Holidays is an online game hosted on the Deloitte Hackazon platform, where you can test and improve your skills with all sorts of challenges (technical puzzles) related to cyber security and emerging technologies such as cloud, product security and identity and access management. Do you have what it takes to solve all the challenges and capture all the flags?

About Hacky Holidays

Hacky Holidays is a holiday-themed online game during which you can solve all sorts of technical puzzles related to cyber security (such a game is also known as a Capture the Flag, or CTF in short). Each of the challenges have a task description which give you a clue on how you can solve the particular challenge. An example challenge could be a web application in which you need to find a vulnerability that gives you administrative access. When you have successfully solved a challenge you will be given a flag, which is a piece of text, most of the times formatted as following: CTF{…}. When you find the flag you can enter it under the challenge description’s input field and you will be allotted the points assigned to the challenge. Each flag gives you a certain number of points that are counted towards your total score. Your score and those of other players can be seen on the scoreboard of the event. 

How to join Hacky Holidays

Sorry, the event ended on January 3rd. We are looking forward to the next event and keep you updated!

Who?: The event is open for anyone who is interested in cyber security and wants to improve their skills while having fun and competing towards the top of the scoreboard. Invite your friends to join as well to compete against each other and exchange tips and tricks!

How?: You can join the competition via the Hackazon platform. You just need a PC/laptop, and your favourite (hacking) tools and software (e.g. using Kali Linux). When you have signed up to the event you will be given access to all sorts of challenges in different categories such as web application hacking, cryptography, network security, cloud security, hardware hacking and reverse engineering.
Please join also our dedicated Hacky Holidays Teams page to register and chat with other participants. 
If you have any questions during the event you can ask them via hackazon@deloitte.com.

 

What's in it for you

First of all, you will learn a lot about the various cyber security topics introduced in the game. Secondly, you will get contacted by our Deloitte recruiting time if you're interested in joining Deloitte. 

Career @ Cyber

Does solving challenges during work time sound too good to be true? At Deloitte Cyber Services it's part of your daily job! The skills that you learn solving hacking challenges are quite important in our job. Therefore, we train our hackers and cyber security specialists regulary on our own Hackazon platform.

Interested in working for Deloitte? Then see our current vacancies and apply now!

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Contact

If you have any questions during the event you can aks them via hackazon@deloitte.com

If you have any questions in advance as well as questions about possible career opportunities in the Cyber team at Deloitte, please contact Natascha Rauchholz via cyber-career@deloitte.de.

Important background information

The Hacky Holiday game is not performed by Deloitte Germany but from Deloitte Netherlands, that is why we are using their Hackazon platform. 

Hackazon is a platform developed by Deloitte which allows both students and professionals to constantly refresh and improve their technical cyber skills based on the latest developments in cyber security.
The Hackazon platform covers a broad range of cyber topics through challenge-based activities. The challenge materials are perfect for cyber students, developers, IT engineers, incident responders, security analysts and penetration testers but also has material to improve the security awareness for anyone without a technical focus.For more information please visit the Hackazon page.

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