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**ANNOUNCING: Recruitment for New US Women's Cyber Team**

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Kick-Off
Celebration

May 30, 2024
3:00 - 6:00 PM Eastern

Thursday, May 30th
3:00-6:00 PM Eastern

Join us virtually for 3 hours of live-streamed content featuring former athletes and coaches, industry professionals, enlightening keynotes, special guests, and prizes!

THIS EVENT HAS CONCLUDED.

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US Cyber
Open

May 31 - June 9, 2024
 

Beginner’s Game Room
Friday, May 31st thru Sunday, June 9th

The Beginner’s Game Room is an entry-level CTF, and a great place to solve your first challenge(s) or warm-up for the hefty competition in our Competitive CTF.

Competitive CTF
Monday, June 3rd thru Sunday, June 9th

The Competitive CTF is for those ready to be put to the test. Challenges will range from intermediate to advanced in difficulty.

REGISTRATION IS NOW CLOSED

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US Cyber
Combine

June 24 - September 2, 2024
 

Monday, June 24th thru Monday, September 2nd

Cyber athletes ages 15-25 can apply to be considered for the Season IV, US Cyber Combine, and ultimately, their chance to make the Season IV, US Cyber Team!

Those chosen for the Season IV, US Cyber Combine can expect structured training, evaluation, and assessment, individually and in groups/ on teams.

WE ARE NO LONGER ACCEPTING COMBINE INVITATION REQUESTS.

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US Women's
Cyber Team

June 3 - 9, 2024
 

Participation in the US Cyber Open Competitive Capture-the-Flag (CTF) event is mandatory for consideration in the selection process for the US Women's Cyber Team.

This is an INDIVIDUAL competition (no teams).

TRAIN. COMPETE. WIN.

The mission of the US Cyber Games® is to bring talented cybersecurity athletes, coaches, and industry leaders together to build an elite US Cyber Team for global cybersecurity competition.
 
Games, Esports, and Online Tournaments are the next evolution in preparing tomorrow's workforce.
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Cyber Games are a fundamental element to developing the next generation of a diverse and well-qualified community of cybersecurity talent.

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Games not only help build a better workforce, they keep the current workforce sharp and maintain a thriving community of cyber professionals prepared for what the future might hold in cyber attacks and possible disruptive innovations.

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THE POWER OF GAMES
IN CYBERSECURITY

While education, certification, and apprenticeship are important training instruments, games provide a safe and legal place to practice offensive and defensive techniques in a real-world environment with others.

Redefine Paradigms

Cybersecurity games help a growing number of individuals realize that cybersecurity goes beyond initial thoughts of IT security controls by delving deeper into motives, tactics, techniques, and multi-pivot strategies. It helps us see that cybersecurity is about motives not just controls.

Drive More Diversity

Games remove the stigma of stereotypes associated with cybersecurity and open a path for players from all kinds of backgrounds, nationalities, education levels, and age groups to learn and grow. This infusion of diverse skills and mindware will contribute to up-leveling our cybersecurity workforce.

Go Beyond Technical

Games adjust to all skill levels and types. While red versus blue remains a favorite format, today's games can also be focused on policy, forensic puzzles, clue-based escape rooms, and jeopardy questions. This variety trains the workforce for defense in depth and breadth to enable comprehensive risk strategies.

Increase the Talent Pool

Today's games can be played across a wide variety of digital platforms with some games only requiring a cell phone to participate. This ubiquitous access enables an extended population of individuals from all age groups, economic backgrounds, and skill levels to learn, compete, and grow.

Immersive Training Experience

Today's cyber strategies are about more than just finding needles in haystacks, they are about visibility into and across the surface of the haystack. Unlike traditional classroom teachings and labs, games can provide more real-life, immersive experiences that help athletes experience indicators and threats, and respond through hands-on application of tools, techniques and mitigations.

Safe Places to Attack & Defend

Ever wonder why, after spending millions of dollars trying to address the cyber workforce gap, it remains years later? Security professionals lack the ability to test and stretch their skills and learn a new environment with different defenses and threats. Games offer safe and legal environments to experiment, train and learn amongst peers and mentors.

Teamwork, Sportsmanship, and Strategy

While Hollywood likes to emphasize the lone hacker taking over the world, the reality is that cyber attack and defense are team activities. Both benefit from the power of a community-based team effort by choosing to share, contribute, and collaborate to achieve a goal or just learn something new.

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Why Sponsor the
US Cyber Games?

We’re seeking organizations that share in our overall mission to bring talented cybersecurity athletes, coaches, and industry leaders together to build an elite US Cyber Team for global cybersecurity competition.

Industry Commitment

Show your organization's commitment to building a better and more diverse cybersecurity workforce across the world.

Branding & Visibility

Increase your organization's visibility as a cybersecurity workforce champion.

Recognition & Amplification

Receive recognition for your support of the US Cyber Games and US Cyber Team, and amplify your organization's message to the cyber community.

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Did You Know?

In their Workforce Framework for Cybersecurity, NICE recognizes that those performing cybersecurity work—including students, job seekers, and early professionals—"are lifelong learners throughout their efforts to emphasize and address cybersecurity implications across many domains.” (NICE Framework)

The US Cyber Games is designed to apply the NICE Framework from the start to identify, assess, select, and form the US Cyber Team.

Thank You to All of Our
Sponsors & Partners

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NICE
CISA
Raytheon
NightWing
HacktheBox
Leidos
Mastercard
AMTRAK
Battelle
Iron Bow
Protegrity
QLabs
SANS
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strivacity
Cyberjutsu
dual core
Carnegie-Mellon
Dakota State University
Binary-Ninja
Cympire
CrowdStrike
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BBWIC
BlackGirlsHack
cyversity
DFIRDiva
FlexProfessionals
ikeepsafe
ISSA
NCSA
Raices Cyber
Tribal-ISAC
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University-of-Tampa
East-Tennessee-State-University
University-of-Texas-San-Antonio
Virginia-Cybersecurity-Students-(VCyS)
VetSec
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theCyberWire
ITSP
Ooda
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