Cyber Heroes Competition is an information security competition organized by CyberSecurity Malaysia in collaboration with Standard Chartered Bank and Asia Pacific University. It will be participated by local universities students aged up to 25 years old, in search for the top new and highly potential cyber security talents and promoting cyber security culture among young generation. The event is an informative platform to promote the culture of being protective (defensive) and responsible in a cyber space. In this event, it is not only meant to send powerful messages of global security awareness to make our cyberspace a safer place, but the event also meant to provide exposure to undergraduate students about entrepreneurship career and professionalism in lucrative cyber security industry.
To create awareness among youths on the importance of 'defense' over 'hacking’ and to make them see that 'defense' is more benefitting than 'hacking' activities.
To search and develop new talents among young generations in Malaysia on cyber defences.
To instil forensic readiness knowledge and practice among youths.
To reward those who have successfully demonstrated their Cyber Security knowledge and skills
Cyber Heroes Competition 2019 will be all about digital forensics, from Horatio Cane down to Detective Conan. The participants will be given forensics images and they need to solve the digital forensics challenges. During the competition, the participants must be able to analyze the incident, correlate data between both images, and finally identify the threat actor. This format meant to give a glance and exposure to the participants from the industrial perspective.
The challenges are developed using a jeopardy-style which involve multiple categories of problems. The participants have to answer the questions to get the flags (points) based on the samples given. The participants will need to solve as many questions as possible. Each questions will hold certain points. The team with the most points at the end, wins.
Participation is open to all undergraduates from local and private universities with RM200 registration fee per team. Each university is allowed to send maximum 2 teams, which consist of 3 participants and accompany by a Team Coach. Only 20 teams will be selected to participate the competition. Come first comers, register now.
Most Valuable Player (MVP) Winner
Please read the following rules carefully, and abide by them during the contest. Disregarding the rules may result in your team being disqualified.
No attacking or hacking the competition infrastructure. If bugs or vulnerabilities are found, please alert the competition crews immediately.
Absolutely no sabotaging, abusing, threatening, harrassing of other competing teams, or in any way hindering their independent progress.
No brute forcing of challenge flag / keys against the scoring site.
Any act of social engineering or any other unfair playing practices is not allowed.
DoSing the competition platform or any other player is forbidden.
|6th March 2019 @ Asia Pacific University, Bukit Jalil|
|8.30 AM - 9.30 AM||Opening Remarks|
|9.30 AM - 10.30 AM||Cyber Heroes Competition||
“Blockchain Forensics: Preparing for the next generation high tech crime”
|10.30 AM - 11.30 AM||
"Contextual analysis, learn you must!"
|11.30 AM - 12.30 PM||
"Cyber Security Analyst : The First Step of a Great Journey"
|5.00 PM||Program End|
|7th March 2019 @ Putrajaya Marriott Hotel|
|9.00 AM||Emcee Remarks|
|9.05 AM||Keynote Speaker: “Sustaining Youth’s Cyber Wellness in the Digital Era”|
|9.20 AM||Forum Session 1: “A Positive Cyber Environment for a Healthy Well-being!”|
|10.30 AM||Coffee Break|
|10.45 AM||Forum Session 2: “SocMed’s Influence: Youth Empowerment in the Digital Era” and My Digital H20 Campaign Activities”|
|12.30 PM||Lunch Break|
|2.00 PM||Forum Session 3: “Fending off Dr.Evil with your Digital Citizen Shield”|
|3.30 PM||Closing Ceremony of Cyber Heroes Competition & Safer Internet Day 2019 – Malaysian Edition|
In conjunction with (Safer Internet Day 2019):