The Pink Elephant Unicorn is coming back to Northeastern University-Seattle in January!
The Pacific Northwest National Laboratory’s fourth annual Pink Elephant Unicorn (PEUx4.5) Cyber Security Capture-The-Flag competition will be held at Northeastern University Seattle campus on January 19 and January 20, 2018. Sure to be both fun and engaging, this event is for anyone who is interested in learning more about Cyber Security regardless of skill or experience level.
Registration is open until January 17 (11:59 p.m.) or until full. If registration closes early, you may still fill out the registration form to be put on the waiting list and we will contact you closer to the event if a spot opens up.
3 Reasons to Capture-the-Flag
Develop new skills. By solving cyber challenge puzzles and working from clue to clue, you will learn what makes a computer security system vulnerable, how attackers infiltrate even the most complex networks, and how to defend these systems. Collaborate and exchange knowledge. As a team, participants will work to capture the cyber flag, allowing participants to share knowledge and establish camaraderie as you work together to reach your goal. Teams will be formed on site, to balance novice and experienced players. Please note your experience level when registering and we would like to thank in advance any experienced participants who would like to mentor a team. Have fun. You are sure to make new friends and have a blast during this competition. Refreshments will be supplied to keep you energized, you will have the opportunity to try new tools, consult with subject matter experts, and navigate through challenging and stimulating cyber obstacles.
Note: Please bring your own laptop.
Saturday, January 20, 2018
Northeastern University-Seattle, Suite 103 401 Terry Ave N.