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ECSC21: LIVE from Prague on SecNews TV! [Updated]

The Greek hacking team is already in Prague, Czech Republic to compete in the big pan-European cyber security competition European Cyber ​​Security Challenge 2021 (ECSC21) which starts today, September 28 and will last until October 1, 2021.

Tomorrow, Wednesday, September 29 at 11 a.m. watch the Greek hacking team in Prague live on SecNews TV. In live streaming from the European Cyber ​​Security Challenge 2021 (ECSC21) competition, Konstantinos Vavousis, Member of the Steering Committee of the Greek hacking team, will convey the pulse. We will meet the Greek hackers, we will talk to the coaches and the other members of the Greek delegation whose contribution was necessary for the creation of this year's team.

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ECSC21: Wednesday at 11 a.m. LIVE from Prague on SecNews TV!

Konstantinos Vavousis will show us shots from the competition area and will show us analyze this year's competition. We will see together the frame of the battle score and we will cheer the Greek team with our positive comments.

We are waiting for you all to give your presence and your positive energy to the Greek participation with your positive comments. If you still have a tip to give to the Greek participation, leave your comments.

Do not forget !!! Tomorrow 11 a.m. tune in to SecNews TV so that we can all be together next to the children who make their effort to promote our country.


European Cyber ​​Security Challenge (ECSC 2021)

The European Cyber ​​Security Challenge (ECSC 2021), is the official European cybersecurity competition of ENISA that aims to find, attract and highlight new talents in the field of digital information systems and networks.

The ECSC 2021 competition is an initiative of the European Cyber ​​Security Agency ENISA (European Union Agency for Cybersecurity), and is actively supported by the Ministry of Digital Governance. The Department of Digital Systems of the University of Piraeus is responsible for the Greek participation, headed by Professor Christos Xenakis.

The team that will represent our country in the final this year will consist of 10 people between 15-26 years old, pupils, students, professionals and non-professionals, hackers, security researchers, but also ordinary fans of digital security.

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Great helpers in this effort are the Ministry of Digital Government, but also the sponsors, who actively support the Greek national cybersecurity team. More specifically:

  • Diamond Cyber ​​Security Online Platform Sponsor: Hack The Box
  • Diamond Sponsors: ALGOSYSTEMS, UBITECH
  • Platinum Sponsors: Quest Group (Info Quest Technologies, Uni Systems), Pylones Hellas
  • Supporters: NetSquare, TwelveSec

Media Sponsors: Athenian Macedonian News Agency (www.amna.gr), Biztech.gr, Epixeiro.gr, Huffington Post, ICTPlus.gr, IT Professional Security, NetFax, Netweek, SecNews, Spoudazo.gr, Tech Matrix

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The national team has its own digital space at the address www.ecsc.gr where interested parties can be informed of all the details of the competition.

In addition, follow the Greek team on social media:

About the European Cyber ​​Security Challenge

1th The competition was held in October 2015 in Lucerne, Switzerland with the participation of 6 teams from EU Member States and European Free Trade Association countries. In the digital age, information security is a top priority at the global level. This is due to the particular role that information plays in modern society, the economy, production and geopolitical relations. Given that information attacks are constantly on the rise, with the aim of both gaining and destabilizing key structures, digital security should be ensured and evaluated in every sector and activity on a daily basis. This requires better organized structures, greater investment, but, above all, properly trained human resources. Conducting competitions such as the ECSC is an appropriate basis for educating people, and especially young people, that with their knowledge and talent will be the shield of digital society.