Terry Neal, CEO of InfoSec Skills, says, “We are proud to be working alongside some of the industry’s finest companies and minds in support of the great work being done by the CSCUK team, and to be signed up as Gold Partners is testament to how our business and the targets of CSCUK are working in concert. Our providing free training to CSCUK contestants is intended draw as many young people into our amazing industry as possible, and hopefully with some guidance down the right path these future IT leaders will stay on the right side of the law.”
Registration for the DC3 Mil Challenge Game is now open and this is available to individual players or to a team of four. You must register both on the US DC3 Site and the UK Cyber Security Challenge Site in order to qualify for a place at the UK Face to Face event. Registration closes on 1st November 2012 with the results available in early December 2012.
John Hughes, Director of Faculty and Courses for InfoSec Skills, says, “The sooner we can encourage kids who are interested in IT security down the right path the better, and if we end up with a securer UK and a better represented and staffed industry over the long term, then I’ve done my job correctly."
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