European Cyber Security Challenge 2021 v Praze
An important event planned within the government strategy The Country for the Future with an emphasis on international cooperation. It aims to present the Czech Republic with innovative ideas and companies and make it visible in Europe. The European Cyber Security Challenge is a key activity of the European Union Agency for Cyber Security (ENISA) and aims to support cyber security talent across Europe and harness their potential in public organisations, private companies and science and research.
The competition in the Czech Republic is organized by:
European Union Agency
for cyber security
An EU agency whose mission is to achieve a high level of cyber security across Europe ensures online security for EU citizens.
ENISA has commissioned the professional organization AFCEA Czech Chapter to ensure the preparation and organization of the sixth edition of the ECSCF Finals, which will occur in Prague this year.
AFCEA – Czech chapter
AFCEA Czech Chapter is a chapter of the international organization Armed Forces Communications & Electronics Association.
It was founded in 1993. The main goal of the AFCEA Czech Chapter is to create an independent, professional platform for sharing and transferring expert knowledge and experience in the field of ICT and security between all entities cooperating with AFCEA.
Prague hosts a meeting of the best European talents in cyber security. A prestigious event that enters the Czech Republic once every 15 years.
Top European teams will test their strengths in penetration testing, cryptography, reverse engineering, forensic analysis and other challenging tasks.
The event will involve representatives of the state, private and academic sectors.
A major event in the field of cyber security, which will be promoted by mainstream media.