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Invitation for Hack The Hague 2019

by Cybersprint News 24 Jul 2019

Hâck The Hague is back! We are happy to invite you to the third edition of this hacking challenge, to uncover vulnerabilities in a bigger pre-defined scope. Register before 13 September 15:00 CEST! 

REGISTRATION FOR HÂCK THE HAGUE 2019 IS NOW CLOSED!

 

When: 30 September 2019, from 10:30 to 18:30 hours

Where: City Hall, Spui 70, 2511 BT The Hague

This year, even more room is reserved for the competitors, in the categories '(professional) hackers' and 'students'. Hackers were able to join this challenge individually, or in a team of two. 

Read the Rules of Engagement here

Not only could more teams register, we’re also working on new ways to put your hacking skills and the city’s systems to the test. We’re curious to see what creative hacks you will come up with this year. The findings will be registered in the Zerocopter platform and will be assessed by an expert jury.

The winners will receive a €€€-reward for the vulnerabilities found during the event. There are multiple rewards for the taking, based on creativity, originality, impact and other categories. 

Interested? Register below before 13 September 15:00 CEST.

The number of available spots is limited, so be fast to register. After registration, we will inform you timely whether we can confirm your spot in the competition. 

The scope of the challenge and the rules of engagement* will be announced during the kick-off on 30 September at 10.30 am sharp! 

Hâck The Hague is organised by:

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Recap Hâck The Hague 2018

During the 2018 edition of Hack The Hague, 45 ethical hackers found a great variety of vulnerabilities in the city’s systems. A total of 64 findings were found. The disclosures are announced to the related hackers and the provided info was used to strengthen the online environment of the municipality of The Hague. 

Read more about Hack The Hague 2018.


* The rules of engagement are subject to the Responsible Disclosure policy (Dutch) and the Data Protection Declaration of The Hague.

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