US Cyber Challenge’s online competition, Cyber Quests Spring 2018, is now open to competitors. But, hurry and register before the deadline of Monday, April 30, 2018.
This year’s focus is on cryptography and everyone is welcome to participate – whether you’re a student or professional; novice or highly-experienced, a US citizen or international, all are welcome! You have three chances to earn a top score and top performers who are US citizens and over 18 will be invited to attend one of US Cyber Challenge’s week-long cyber camps this summer for intensive training and a capture the flag competition.
Both the Cyber Quests competition and US Cyber Challenge camps are fantastic resume boosters. Learn more about the camps here.
Take the challenge today and good luck!
Author: Dennis Tomlin, Multnomah County
Dennis Tomlin is the chief information security officer for Multnomah County, where he is responsible for leading the county’s cybersecurity efforts.