2020 EUROPEAN CYBER SECURITY CHALLENGE

3-11 November 20203-11 November 202018 April1 June

Vienna, AustriaVienna, AustriaIrelandPortugal

EUROPEAN CYBER SECURITY CHALLENGE

3-11 November 2020

Vienna, Austria

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The Organiser

AUSTRIA

Austria is proud to host the sixth edition of the European Cyber Security Challenge - the annual European event that brings together young talent from across Europe to have fun and compete in cybersecurity!

Top cyber talents from each participating country will meet in Vienna to network and collaborate and finally compete against each other. Contestants will be challenged in solving security related tasks from domains such as web security, mobile security, crypto puzzles, reverse engineering and forensics and in the process collect points for solving them.

Good luck to all the participants! We are looking forward to welcoming you all in Vienna!

Supported by:

ENISA EUROPEAN COMMISSION

Frequently Asked Questions

To participate in the European Cyber Security Challenge 2020 in Vienna, please check the list of Participants to see which countries are taking part in the event this year. If your country is on the list, you can contact them through the official website. If your country is not currently involved, please make sure you check back for updates on the ECSC 2021 competition.

The European Cyber Security Challenge provides the opportunity to meet Europe's best cyber security talent. It allows you to collaborate and network with domain experts, to grow and learn by solving complex challenges and to stimulate your career and job opportunities by meeting industry leading organisations. ECSC proves that you are part of the best, and your skill is unmatched.

The European Cyber Security Challenge 2020 will be hosted in Vienna, Austria.
 
 

The participants

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Calendar

ECSC 2020 will take place from 3th-11th November. Some of the activities, as usual, will not be open to the public.