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Deloitte Hacking Challenge 2019

Do you study at a Greek University? Are you an Ethical Hacking enthusiast? Are you curious to find out about the daily duties of a professional Ethical Hacker at Deloitte? Do you simply want to test your hacking skills and compete for a ticket to DEF CON® Hacking Conference in Las Vegas? Participate in the 1st Student Hacking Challenge, organized by Deloitte Greece, and get the chance to compete with the best student ethical hackers in Greece.

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Connectivity offers countless new opportunities, but also hides many risks. Many organizations are vulnerable to threats that may cause severe damage to their reputation towards their clients. The awarded Cyber Team in Greece is responsible for simulating hacker attacks, testing the security of existing systems and identifying and detecting possible threats and exploits.

Activate your hacking skills during our upcoming challenge and find out what our professional ethical hackers are doing on a daily basis.

When where how?

Register here by April 6th (Registration Closed)

Preliminary Round: March 30th  -  April 6th @ Online

Final Round: April 11th-12th @ Athens & Thessaloniki 

What is needed: You will need a Laptop, a Student ID and an Academic Email 

What awaits you with successful qualification?

Have you mastered the preliminary round? Then pack your laptop and come to Athens or Thessaloniki. You will have 7 hours to battle it out with other hacking enthusiasts from Universities all over Greece.

Winners

The top 3 participants have won the following prizes

1st Place: Dimos Poupos - A ticket to DEF CON® Hacking Conference in Las Vegas - Thessaloniki

2nd Place: Nick Aliferopoulos - Penetration Testing with Kali + 60 days Lab access + OSCP Exam Certification Fee - Athens

3rd Place: Christos Avlakiotis - Penetration Testing with Kali + 60 days Lab access + OSCP Exam Certification Fee - Athens

 

Participants Overview

Preliminary round

·         178 registered contestants

·         1190 submitted flags by 105 players

·         17 and 2/4 out of 18 challenges solved

Final round:

·         39 players, 76 submitted flags