CyberStart

FREE cybersecurity training for all levels

Looking to build your cyber security toolset?

How about getting some valuable experience that you can put on your resume?

Key Dates Oct 27 2021 Registration for 2021 opens – Register Here

Oct 27 2021 – Apr 27 2022 Train with CyberStart between these dates Apr 29 2022 Top players invited to apply for scholarships May 13 2022 Scholarship application deadline Jun 1 2022 Scholarship winners announced Jun 1 2022 – Sep 30 2022 Cyber Foundations Academy Sep 30 2022 Deadline to complete GFACT exam to qualify for further scholarship opportunities

Train: Free access to train with the world-renowned CyberStart game. Explore over 200 unique security challenges and learn with an extensive field manual featuring video demos!

Win: Top-scoring eligible players will be invited to apply for cyber training scholarships worth $3,000, and could go on to win further training and certification worth $18,000.

Master: Gain desirable and fundamental skills you won’t learn in college, plus valuable industry connections, via the Cyber Foundations Academy.

Get hired: Use your newfound skills, certifications, experience, and connections to propel yourself into the career you choose.

Any college student in the US is invited to train and compete in the Cyber FastTrack program. More information on who is eligible for each of the prizes in this program can be found here.

WiCyS is starting a chapter on the DU campus. Interested in learning more? Interested in joining the conversation? Check out our Discord or email danielle.strimbu@du.edu for more information.

Nathan S. Evans
Nathan S. Evans
Teaching Assistant Professor, University of Denver

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