Topics include cryptology, reverse engineering, adversarial machine learning, languages, computational linguistics, open-source intelligence and more!
There are great prizes, plus the opportunity to meet challenge writers and learn how you could get paid to solve challenges like these in a career at ASD!
New to CTFs? That's ok! No previous cybersecurity skills are required, you can pick them up as you solve the challenges.
The maximum team size is 6 members. If you don't have a team, join our Discord server and we can help you find one. Joining our server will allow you to connect with other players.
This competition is a great way to learn about cyber defence and gain insights into new tools and techniques.
|Wednesday 14 September|
Co-Lab doors open, livestreaming begins (details TBA)
Welcome from ASD Assistant Director General Stephen McGlynn. Set up and competition instructions.
Teams are welcome to gather in the Co-Lab collaboration space. Snacks will be provided- please advise dietary requirements in the registration form.
Alternatively, you can participate remotely. We will be contactable on the Co-Lab CTF Discord server. Please note that streaming will stop after the competition commences
The Co-Lab Collaboration space closes...
... but the competition continues!
|Thursday 15 September|
The Co-Lab Collaboration space re-opens
There'll be snacks again- please advise dietary requirements.
Take a break, lunch will be served (again, let us know your dietaries!)
Closing ceremony, livestreamed (details TBA)
Prizes presented by ASD Assistant Director General Jade Demnar.
Meet the challenge writers (not livestreamed)
This is your opportunity to meet the ASD challenge writers, ask about solutions and find out how you could get paid to work on problems like these!
Registrations are now closed.
Please note that this event is only open to Australian citizens.