10Guards: Flawless Victory on Hackathon

10Guards team of ethical hackers has won a government hosted a hackathon for cybersecurity engineers in Ukraine (27-29 April)

We successfully ended the competition with 2000 points – which is 3 times higher than the closest competitor (650 points)

In detail

The full-scale online hackathon was organized in Ukraine for the first time – with the ultimate goal to increase the cyber resilience of the government enterprises and critical infrastructure.

Win-win approach:

  • The defending party gets a chance to evaluate its cybersecurity protection level, receive insights regarding weak and vulnerable parts of the system, and simulate a real-time attack scenario
  • Attacking party gets an opportunity to evaluate the level of expertise of in-house cybersecurity experts team

The hackathon has united more than 50 IT specialists:

  • Blue – defending teams from major government organizations, such as the National Bank of Ukraine, Ministry of Defense, and National Aviation Service.

Red – attacking teams of ethical hackers from major cybersecurity consultants in Ukraine including 10Guards.

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