Cyber Security Challenge Australia
Australia's only national cyber security competition, CySCA, aims to promote ICT security skills and raise awareness of the importance of cyber security in Australia.
CySCA 2013 Winners
Winners of the 2013 Australian Cyber Challenge
- University of New South Wales (UNSW1) - 94 Points
- University of New South Wales (UNSW2) - 68 Points
- University of New South Wales (UNSW3) - 66 Points
- University of Sydney (US3) - 64 Points
- The Australian National University (ANU2) - 44 Points
- Flinders (FL1) - 43 Points
- The Australian National University (ANU1) - 42 Points
- Swinburne University of Technology (SUT2) - 34 Points
- Edith Cowan University (ECU3) - 34 Points
- University of Adelaide (UOA1) - 34 Points
For the complete list of final scores visit https://scoring.cyberchallenge.com.au/index/ranking
CySCA is the next in the series of national cyber security competitions for university/TAFE graduates across Australia — following the success of the 2012 Cyber Defence University Challenge:
- CySCA will commence at 12 noon on Tuesday 7th May 2013 and run for 24 hours.
- Entry to CySCA is free but you can only register through your university/TAFE.
- The cut-off date for universities/TAFEs to register their interest in fielding teams is 29th March 2013.
- Universities/TAFEs can register their interest in fielding teams in CySCA 2013 by emailing the CyCSA 2013. Individual applications will not be considered.
First Prize - 2013 Black Hat Security Conference
Courtesy of Telstra, the winning team will win a trip for its members to attend the 2013 Black Hat Conference, Las Vegas, USA (27 July - 1st August 2013).
Second and Third Prizes
Latest technology phones and tablets, also donated by Telstra.