Amrita to Hold National Ethical Hacking Contest

Amrita Vishwa Vidyapeetham – ranked India’s eight best university among all private and public universities in the 2018 NIRF rankings – is all set to hold the 9th edition of its national ethical hacking contest from October to December this year. Called Amrita InCTF, it is India’s premier cybersecurity talent-hunt competition which exposes students to computer security, secure coding practices and the implications of not adhering to them. While Amrita InCTF is meant for college students, Amrita InCTFj (India Capture the Flag Junior) is an innovative learn-hack-win challenge for school students from 8th to 12th standard. 

9th Edition of Amrita's National Ethical Hacking Contest

Amrita Vishwa Vidyapeetham – ranked India’s eight best university among all private and public universities in the 2018 NIRF rankings – is all set to hold the 9th edition of its national ethical hacking contest from October to December this year. Called Amrita InCTF, it is India’s premier cybersecurity talent-hunt competition which exposes students to computer security, secure coding practices and the implications of not adhering to them. While Amrita InCTF is meant for college students, Amrita InCTFj (India Capture the Flag Junior) is an innovative learn-hack-win challenge for school students from 8th to 12th standard. 

9th Edition of Amrita Vishwa Vidyapeetham’s National Ethical Hacking Contest

Amrita Vishwa Vidyapeetham – ranked India’s eight best university among all private and public universities in the 2018 NIRF rankings – is all set to hold the 9th edition of its national ethical hacking contest from October to December this year. Called Amrita InCTF, it is India’s premier cybersecurity talent-hunt competition which exposes students to computer security, secure coding practices and the implications of not adhering to them. While Amrita InCTF is meant for college students, Amrita InCTFj (India Capture the Flag Junior) is an innovative learn-hack-win challenge for school students from 8th to 12th standard. 

Amrita Cybersecurity Contest 'InCTFj '18' for School Students

The Amrita Centre for Cybersecurity Systems and Networks under Amrita Vishwa Vidyapeetham is organising InCTFj '18, a two-month-long cybersecurity contest for school students from Class 8 to 12. This is the third edition of the contest and the previous editions had seen the participation of over 2,000 students from 19 States. Top 50 students selected as part of the contest will be invited for a fully sponsored six-day cybersecurity training (Cyber Gurukulam) by Amrita Vishwa Vidyapeetham in December followed by the final round. The contest is coordinated and managed by the cybersecurity team ‘bi0s’.