Cyber Centurion competition at Bletchley Park

Today, the guys at SubjectRefresh and I competed in the Cyber Centurion Security Challenge at The National Museum of Computing at Bletchley Park.

The day started with an introduction by the organisers and a brief explanation of how the day was going to work. Then it was off to the marquee to get started securing the machines we were provided with. There were two Windows VMs (server 2008 and 8.1) and one Ubuntu 14.04 image. The team delegated four people to work on the machines in the first part of the day and swapped out two at lunch time.

By the end, we’d managed to get 66% of the vulnerabilities on Ubuntu and about 80% on each of the Windows VMs. This result was on par with most of the other teams, the top 5 or so each having really close overall scores.

Our team bio is available at https://cybersecuritychallenge.org.uk/competitors/cybercenturion/ and you can find out more about the Finals at https://cybersecuritychallenge.org.uk/competition-final-at-bletchley-park/.

It was a fantastic day and we all had a lot of fun. To top it all off, we featured on the ITV Anglia news this evening! http://www.itv.com/news/anglia/update/2016-04-26/competition-aims-to-find-next-generation-of-cyber-defence-experts/

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