The Loyola Blakefield Cyber Challenge, now in its fifth year, is a thrilling event for all participants, new and old.
It will take place on March 26, 2022, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., with prizes presented at the conclusion. Participants will have the option of attending in person or virtually. Kids from Loyola Blakefield High School organized the tournament for students all throughout the country. Participants will be given tasks on a wide range of themes, many of which are relevant to real-world cyber risks that exist in today’s society. This competition is accessible to everyone, whether this is your first foray into the area of cyber security or you’ve honed a number of abilities in the industry.
The goal of the challenge is to teach and assess participants’ ability to think outside the box while dealing with cyber dangers and solving cryptographic problems. Students from Loyola will assist and guarantee that the competition works well. LBC2 is a wonderful opportunity to check out cybersecurity if you’ve ever been interested in or intrigued about it. The tournament is free and accessible to all students in grades 8 through 12. The only hardware needed is a PC or laptop that can connect to the internet wirelessly. With the tenth anniversary of Loyola Blakefield Cyber Security Informatics and the fifth anniversary of LBC2, this year is even more spectacular than usual.
All you need to compete in the Beginner division is a computer with an internet connection. It is advised that you use a machine that has Kali Linux installed.