Approximately 250 teams (1,000 participants) will battle it out in the final over a three-day challenge to compete for cash prizes and the honor of being the tournament’s winner.
To be one of the participants for the CTF final round, one must rank amongst the top 1,000 participants in the qualification round.
Dare to Dedrone
Visitors will be able to learn methods on how to hack drones and fly them across an obstacle course. One team will defend while the other works towards attacking the drones.
Chip-off & RFID Challenge
Learn how to remove embedded emmc chips from devices for analysis as well to attack IoT/mobile devices to obtain privileges and gain access control.
Lock Picking Challenge
Visitors will have the opportunity to learn hands-on how the Visitors can learn about the vulnerabilities of various locking devices, techniques used to exploit these vulnerabilities.
Cyber Escape Room provides security awareness training in a fun and memorable way using cyber based puzzles and group tasks to be solved within a tight timeframe
SMART CITY ZONE
The simulation model will allow visitors to try and hack critical Information Infrastructure (CII) assets against any cyber attacks and incidents by both state and non-state actors using real world systems and examples.