The InfoSecurity Challenge (TISC) is proudly organised by CSIT.
What is TISC?
TISC is a two-week online sequential style Capture-the-Flag (CTF) competition organised by CSIT since 2020. It provides opportunities for interested Singaporeans to put their cybersecurity and programming skills to the test by solving challenging puzzles against the clock.
There will be a series of challenges for participants to complete, sequentially, in increasing level of difficulty. The levels will cover various topics including, but not limited to, Web Penetration, Forensics, Reverse Engineering, Binary Exploitation, Cryptography, Mobile, Cloud and OSINT.
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Who can participate?
TISC is open to Singapore citizens only.
Defence Technology Community (DTC) employees, and DTC employees seconded to CSIT are not eligible to participate. DTC consists of Centre for Strategic Infocomm Technologies (CSIT), Defence Science and Technology Agency (DSTA), DSO National Laboratories, and several MINDEF entities.
Check out the Terms and Conditions of participation here.
Why should you participate in TISC?
TISC is an individual challenge. Participants will have the opportunity to win cash prizes up to $30,000. The top three levels of challenges have a cash prize pool of $10,000 each to be shared between participants who successfully cleared the respective levels.
Digital badge of completion. Those who completed a certain number of challenges will be awarded a digital badge indicating the highest level completed. The digital badge can be shared on social media.
Digital badge of participation. Participants who completed at least one challenge will receive the digital badge of participation as a memento of your participation in TISC.
TISC Swag. Participants who managed to solve the most levels in the shortest time will receive Swag. In 2021, they received an Arduino UNO mini challenge. In 2022, they received a customised desk mat and TISC T-shirt. This year, they will receive a Divoom Ditoo Pixel Art Gaming Portable Bluetooth Speaker.
If you wish to create challenges to test the skills of your fellow cyber peers, you could participate as a challenge creator instead! S$1,000 will be paid for each selected challenge. Update
: Challenge submission for TISC 2023 is now closed.
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