AFCEA Rocky Mountain Capture the Flag (CTF) Challenge 2022

Sixth annual cyber Capture the Flag (CTF) Challenge at the AFCEA Rocky Mountain IN PERSON Wednesday, February 23rd, 8:00am MST – 2:45pm MST


Join us for the sixth annual cyber Capture the Flag (CTF) Challenge at the AFCEA Rocky Mountain Cyberspace Symposium 2022, February 21st -24th, 2022. We have High School- and College-level competitions to take home the Symposium Title and the CTF Flag!

Our RMCS22 presenting sponsor, Deloitte, will again provide the Hackazon CTF Arena as we return to an in-person event this year. High School Teams will compete on Tuesday, February 22nd, from 10:00am MST – 2:45pm MST. The college competition is Wednesday, February 23rd, 8:00am MST – 2:45pm MST. Game on both days … bring your best!

There is no cost to compete. To review the ROE and register your team, click here.

TEAM CAPTAINS, be prepared to register your entire team and be the primary POC. You’ll need the following info for your entire team:

  •     School Name
  •     Team Name
  •     Team Point of Contact: First/Last Name, Email Address, Mobile Phone
  •     Player 1: First/Last Name
  •     Player 2: First/Last Name
  •     Player 3: First/Last Name
  •     Player 4: First/Last Name

If there are questions, contact me directly at

Legal Fine Print: Participation in this event

  • gives Deloitte Development LLC (“Deloitte Development”), or anyone authorized by it, irrevocable permission to copyright, use, reproduce in any medium now known or hereafter developed, distribute, display, disseminate, create derivative works based on, sell, transfer or assign rights in and to, video tapings or voice recordings, photographs (including negatives) or any other reproductions of my image and likeness or voice (“Reproductions”) that Deloitte Development, or anyone authorized by it, may, on the above referenced date(s), or any postponement thereof, take or make of each Player, whether in composite or distorted form, for purposes of education, training, illustration, advertising, trade or for any other lawful purpose whatsoever, without further compensation to each Player. All Reproductions shall constitute the property of Deloitte Development or its affiliates, solely and completely.

  • waive each Players’ rights to inspect and/or approve the finished Reproductions or the written or other materials that may be used in connection with it.

  • acknowledges that each Player is executing this release with the knowledge that Deloitte Development will rely upon it, and will incur certain expenses based on such reliance.

  • acknowledges that each Player has the power and authority to execute this release on behalf of themselves.

See official rules on the RMCS22 CTF Registration link.

Nathan S. Evans
Nathan S. Evans
Teaching Associate Professor, Academic Director for Cyber Security, University of Denver

Research includes networking, network security, software security and systems.