The InfoSecurity Challenge

Registration

Hang in there! Registration for individual participants will open later this year. 

Challenge Submissions

[Update on 7 July 2024] Thank you for your submissions.  Challenge submissions have closed.

Rules for Challenge Creation

  1. This challenge creation is open to Singapore citizens only.   
  2. The submitted challenge idea should be novel, original and created by you. It must not have been previously published or used in any form in Singapore or anywhere in the world, or entered in any other competition.
  3. You may only submit 1 challenge.
  4. Before you submit your challenge, it is important that you understand and agree to the Terms and Conditions in the challenge creation form. Please e-sign the challenge creation form and submit it with your challenge. 
  5. You are to email your challenge to tisc_contactus@csit.gov.sg by 7 July 2024 with the relevant submission materials (listed below). 
  6. If your challenge is selected for use during TISC 2024, you will receive an incentive of S$1,000. Please note that while you may still participate in TISC 2024 if your challenge is selected, you will not be eligible for prizes.  
  7. Challenge submissions from CSIT employees, as well as staff seconded to CSIT, are not eligible for the $1,000 incentive. 

For any clarifications, please email us at tisc_contactus@csit.gov.sg

Guidelines on Challenge Topic 

Challenge submitted must be related to Infosecurity or Cybersecurity topics such as, but not limited to: Web Hacking, Forensics, Reverse Engineering, Binary Exploitation, Cryptography , Mobile Security, IoT, Pwn, OSINT, Web 3, Data Science (with applications in cybersecurity).

  1. Your challenge need not be limited to 1 topic (i.e., combination of more than 1 topic is welcome). 
  2. Level of difficulty should be tough yet solvable for someone with deep technical expertise, within reasonable time (i.e., 3 – 72 hours).
  3. Challenges should be creative, innovative, and interesting.  
  4. Solutions to challenges must not require or suggest the need for server probing or brute-forcing.

Submission Materials

Challenge submission has closed. Thank you for your interest!