The Organising Committee of the 1st pan-European Cyber Security Challenge is composed of the following representatives:
- Norbert Pohlmann - Cyber Security Challenge Germany;
- Joe Pichlmayr — Cyber Security Challenge Austria;
- Andrei Avădănei —DefCamp Romania;
- Raúl Riesco- INTECO Spain;
- Okonweze Austen — Cyber Security Challenge UK;
- Bernhard Tellenbach — Swiss Cyber Storm; D
- Demosthenes Ikonomou- ENISA and
- Rafael Tesoro-Carretero- EC DG CONNECT.
Cybersecurity competitions — the status in Europe
ENISA also publishes a new report analysing the current situation concerning cybersecurity- challenge competitions in Europe. The experience gathered constitutes the basis for the development of the pan-European competition on cybersecurity.
The European Cyber Security Challenge Competition 2015 aims to be the result of a public–private partnership comprised of capable players, aiming at improving the ICT educational approach to Europe’s digital citizens.
The report provides a general overview of existing cybersecurity- challenge competitions in Member States and outlines a roadmap for a future pan-European cyber-challenge competitions. The first part presents the experience of five countries while the second comprises of a short ‘how to’ guide containing the steps in organising a challenge. The third part gives details on concrete developments concerning a pan-European challenge. The last part of the report contains several recommendations that should be taken into account. Graphics providing additional content are provided in the annex.
For the full report: Cybersecurity competitions — the status in Europe
For further information on the pan-European Cyber Security Competition 2015 we recommend consulting the report published today by ENISA and/or send an email message to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Presentation material is also available on the Cyber Security Month website
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