Wednesday, January 23, 2013

AIRRAID4 - Asia's Premier IT-Security Tournament

AIRRAID4 - Asia's Premier IT-Security Tournament Returns To Singapore On 6 March 2013.

AIRRAID4 is the fourth evolution of the AIRRAID(tm) brand of IT-security tournament design from THINKSECURE PTE LTD ("ThinkSECURE") and will be held at SINGAPORE POLYTECHNIC ("SP") on 6 March 2013.

Designed by ThinkSECURE and hosted by SP for both established and new IT professionals whose core job function is IT-security, AIRRAID4 is a cutting-edge, integrated-approach IT-security tournament that will provide participants with a fully-immersive, real-world, fun and legitimate environment in which to pit their wireless/wired network and application auditing/penetration-testing skills against each other by engaging a real-world infrastructure which is specially designed to mirror an enterprise-class, multi-segmented corporate wired and wireless network complete with multiple application server farm targets.

AIRRAID4 will be held on 6 March 2013 from 0900hrs - 1800hrs (GMT+8) at the following venue:

Singapore Polytechnic
School of Digital Media and Infocomm Technology
Cyber Wargame Centre
Block T20, Level 3
500 Dover Road, Singapore 139651

Registration and participation in AIRRAID4 is FREE!

The competition is open to both IT professionals and infocomm students of all nationalities and organizations. Participants are allowed to register as an individual or as a team up with up to a maximum of four team members.

Note: as there are a limited number of places, interested teams should register as early as possible. To register, please visit http://airraid4.securitystartshere.org

After registration, further directions and instructions will be emailed to registrants. While participation is free, registrants coming from outside Singapore will have to make their own travel and accommodation arrangements. Registrants should not make any travel or accommodation arrangements until they have received and read the official email containing the further directions and instructions.

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