To take part, all you need is a team (which must meet our rules below) and to register to play.
CyberCenturion is a fun competition that brings together people from all different backgrounds and with all sorts of skills. There are a few rules about teams:
· The competition is played by teams of four, with an optional reserve player
· Each team must include a responsible adult (over 18) as the contact between the organisers and the participants
· Every team participant must be aged 12-18 years during the entirety of the competition (they will not turn 19 before 1st September 2020). If your team are competing in the junior track, they must be 14 or under until this date
· CyberCenturion is closed to university teams
· The competition is open to anyone in the UK or overseas territories that meets the age requirements and has the correct team format (including leader)
To encourage further diversity in the competition we have a series of ‘tracks’ for CyberCenturion: girls only teams, boys only teams, mixed teams and cadet teams. We have also listened to feedback from previous competitors and have created two age-group tracks for the competition: 12-14-years old and 15-18-years old. The content for the younger track will less than that of the senior teams.
Places in the final will be awarded to:
· 12-14 category: one place for the top team of each category (girls, boys, mixed and cadets) and the highest scoring team from all tracks combined
· 15-18 category: one place for the top team of each category (girls, boys, mixed and cadets) and the highest six scoring teams from all tracks combined
The National Finals will take place in March 2020 in London where the highest scoring teams will battle it out for prizes and the accolade of CyberCenturion VI Champion. The winning team will receive an all-expenses paid trip to the United States courtesy of Northrop Grumman.
How does the competition work?
Each team must play a series of online qualifying rounds, which will challenge them to learn about networking, defence and cyber security. If the team scores higher than most of the other players and makes it to the leader board, they will then be invited to play in the National Final, a face-to-face competition which finds the ultimate champion team for the year.