Hackers in the world competed in the Global CyberLympics final during Cyber Security Week in The Hague. This is an international hacking competition aimed at improving the level of national cyber security and strengthening international cooperation. “The competition this year was at the highest level we’ve ever seen due to the relevance of the challenges such as credit card cloning and cryptocurrency mining. The whole event had such amazing energy since it was in the middle of Cyber Security Week here in The Hague. Read More: https://www.naushad.co.uk/2017/10/30/cyberlympic/
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