BASH, Level 3
79 Ayer Rajah Crescent
Presented by NTU Offsec, NUS Greyhats, Whitehat Society. Partnered With: SGInnovate
Singapore has an increasing demand for information security professionals and to keep up to that demand, there is the need to constantly search for talents in the field or to nurture new people.
To nurture/search for potential talents, hence a 24-hour competition CrossCTF 2018. The competition is to search for the potential talents and to grow the ongoing cyber security culture in local institutes of higher learning.
Date: 16 -17 June 2018
Time: 1:00pm( 16 Jun) – 4:00pm (17 Jun)
Venue: BASH, Level 3, Block 79 Ayer Rajah Crescent, Singapore 139955
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