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US Cyber ​​Games ™, led by Katzcy® in collaboration with the National Cyber ​​Security Education Initiative (NICE), is excited to announce the launch of US Cyber ​​Games Season IIhttps://www.uscybergames.com/).

The US Cyber ​​Games program is a traveling sports cybersecurity team that competes globally in flag capture as well as red and blue team competitions. The program recruits, trains, mentors and prepares the best in the field of cybersecurity through the following process:

  • US Cyber ​​Open Capture The Flag: 1-10 July 2022
  • US Cyber ​​Combine Invitation: August 5 – September 5, 2022
  • US Cyber ​​Team Application Day: October 17, 2022

GET INVOLVED

Individuals and organizations are encouraged to get involved in the following ways:

  1. Coach: The call for coaches is now live and will run until June 3, 2022. Cybersecurity experts and leaders from academia, government and industry are encouraged to apply for part of the US Cyber ​​Training Team for Season II. Applications are accepted on https://www.uscybergames.com/apply-to-coach.
  2. Compete: The call for athletes is now live and will last until July 3, 2022. Athletes are encouraged to apply to https://www.uscybergames.com/apply-to-play at the US Cyber ​​Open, where they will showcase their skills, develop new ones, redouble their training to jump into one of the hottest job markets, and perhaps qualify for the US Cyber ​​Team Season II.
  3. Sponsor: Season II sponsorship opportunities are now available to help organizations attract the best talent, promote brand recognition and support the community. More information is available at https://www.uscybergames.com/sponsors.

Read the full press release


This project is supported by the National Initiative on Cyber ​​Security Education (NICE), a program of the National Institute of Standards and Technology at the US Department of Commerce, under the Financial Aid Award # 70NANB21H032.

https://www.nist.gov/news-events/news/2022/05/us-cyber-games-launches-season-ii

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