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Submitted on 08/25/2016
The growing demand of Cybersecurity professionals, yet to be fulfilled at present, has encouraged many European countries to establish national competitions to find young talents and encourage them to pursue a professional career in the field.
Submitted on 06/20/2016
CyberCamp 2016 is already underway. The Call for Papers is the perfect opportunity for those experts in the community to present your proposals relating to the area of cybersecurity as part of the third edition of this international showpiece event in the field, organized by INCIBE.
Submitted on 06/20/2016
The winning research projects were taken from the Research in Development and Training-Workshops categories
Submitted on 05/31/2016
Promote your school and your students' talents! Our goal is to create a safe cyberspace raising awareness and inspiring future experts to pursue careers in the field of cybersecurity.
Submitted on 03/04/2016
INCIBE- HackForGood award to the best cybersecurity challange solution was granted to the project ‘Today NO’, of the team NOSMURFS, HackForGood Cáceres, from the Polytechnic School of Cáceres.
Submitted on 11/21/2015
Cybercamp 2015 is the meeting place for young talents, families, entrepreneurs and anyone interested in cybersecurity. It will be held in the BarclayCard Center of the Community of Madrid from 27 to 29 November.
Submitted on 11/13/2015
The call for proposals for innovative European projects to be presented at Cybercamp has concluded
Submitted on 10/22/2015
Come to Cybercamp to tell us about the research and/or innovative project you are participating in for your European Project. We want to reveal the potential of these important, highly innovative European projects in Cybersecurity involving the participation of Spanish research teams. The call for seminar proposals will be open from October 10th to 30th, both inclusive
Submitted on 10/15/2015
One of the activities that will take the spotlight at CyberCamp 2015 will be the Hackathon. During this activity, participating teams will compete against each other to develop or improve upon open source cybersecurity tools, either new or already existing, thus contributing new and innovative features, improvements or capabilities to the free software project that is chosen.
Submitted on 10/13/2015
From 13 to 27 october, all Spanish secondary schools, high schools and vocational training schools registered on the activity, are testing their technical skills in different areas of Internet security and new technologies.