The Cyberlympics is a competition aimed at a broad scope of IT Security Professionals and though we include some CTF components, Cyberlympics goes beyond the basic CTF challenge! We enforce the idea of team-work by providing challenges that span nearly all areas of IT Security such as pen testing, forensics, malware, log analysis, system exploitation, physical security and those are just to name a few! Cyberlympics is not solely focused on offense or defense but rather, it’s an all-encompassing approach allowing teams to compete with whatever cybersecurity strengths they bring to the competition!
This competition pits teams from all over the world against each other to compete. The first part of the two part completion ins the elimination round. The elimination round consists of a 12 hour contiguous block of time where more than 1500 players on average come in to compete as team. The top two teams from each region with the highest score will qualify for the opportunity to compete in-person at the Global CyberLympics World Finals event.
Regions are segmented as follows:
- North America
- South America
- Asia & The Middle East
The on-site final round will consist of a compilation of categories seen in the elimination round with additional areas such as physical security being assessed. Tokens submitted in this round will come from a variety of sources and point values assigned correlating with the difficulty level of the challenge being solved. The team with the highest score will be recognized and awarded with the World Champion Title.