27 September 2021 | 10.00-17.30 CEST
On Monday 27 September, the municipality of The Hague and cybersecurity company Cybersprint organise the 4th edition of hacking competition: Hâck The Hague. 200 international professional and student hackers get the opportunity to hack the live IT systems, applications and websites of the municipality of The Hague & her suppliers to put their digital security to the test.
Alongside the hacking competition, the public is offered an interactive side programme during the day. In this programme, hackers, experts, suppliers of the municipality, and other relevant organisations will talk about various cybersecurity topics.
12 prizes ranging from €500-€2000 available in four different categories:
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Do you want to hack the municipality of the hague?
Even though official registration closed, you are still welcome to register for the event. Your team will be added to the waiting list. In case places become available due to cancellations, we'll send the team captain an email inviting your team to participate in the competition.
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As the international city of Peace & Justice, cybersecurity remains crucial to the municipality of The Hague. With regular internal and external assessments, we’re constantly working on our digital security. The Responsible Disclosure aims to better protect the city’s residents, companies and systems by mitigating vulnerabilities. People who report such vulnerabilities via the Responsible Disclosure policy are allegeable to receive a reward.
Hâck The Hague helps to map and assess the municipality’s digital footprint, a necessary step in strengthening the cyber-resilience. In addition, it contributes to raising awareness among residents, entrepreneurs and employees about digital security. Hackers discovered 102 vulnerabilities during last year’s edition, most of which have since been resolved.