Global CyberPEACE Challenge 3.0

GCC 3.0 Winners


Global CyberPeace Challenge (GCC) is a journey to recognize and award talent that can build solutions to some of the most pressing cybersecurity problems faced by the society today. The objective of the challenge is to tap into the innovative approaches adopted by participants to solve critical real-world problems in the technical and policy challenges.

The first two edition of GCC have been tremendous success garnering more than 3000 participation from almost 70 countries (combined numbers).

Global CyberPeace Challenge 3 will be organised on the same lines as of GCC 2 with three challenges: Cyber Policy & Strategy Challenge, Peace-a-Thon: The innovation challenge and Capture the Flag (CTF).

Cyber Policy & Strategy Challenge

The policy challenges associated with cyberPeace crisis and conflicts will be conducted in two phases i.e., Ideathon and Grand Finale

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The challenge to solve real world problems assimilated from various stakeholders in tech and non tech spaces will be conducted in two phases i.e., Ideathon and Grand Finale

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Capture The Flag

Time bound hackathon style event with checkpoints will be conducted at regional levels and then a grand finale

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GCC 3 is a worldwide initiative that sought to provide a unique platform to innovators and developers including cybersecurity experts, technologists, community leaders, civil society bodies, students, developers, UX/UI designers, business analysts, education professionals, advisors, mentors, entrepreneurs, thought leaders, and investors.

The participants will be mentored to ideate, collaborate, innovate and develop pathbreaking solutions by our experts.

Participating Countries

Argentina . Australia . Austria . Bangladesh . Brazil . Camaroon . Canada . Chile . China . Denmark . Ecuador . Egypt . France . Germany . Ghana . Gibraltar . Greece . Hong Kong . Hungary . India . Indonesia . Iran . Israel . Italy . Kenya . Kuwait . Malaysia . Mauritius . Mexico . Myanmar . Nepal . Netherlands . Nigeria . Norway . Pakistan . Peru . Philippines . Poland . Portugal . Romania . Russia . Saudi Arabia . Singapore . South Africa . Spain . Sri Lanka . Sweden . Switzerland . Thailand . Turkey . United Arab Emirates . United Kingdom . United States . Uzbekistan . Zimbabwe

Impact of Global CyberPeace Challenge 2.0


Million People Reached on Facebook

Million People Reached on Instagram

Million People Reached on Twitter

Important Dates

10 October 2021

Registration Starts

17 May 2021

GCC 3.0 Announced by National Cyber Security Coordinator, Government of India
Lt. Gen (Dr.) Rajesh Pant.

2 Jan 2022

Last Date to Register

15 January 2022

Announcement of the shortlisted participants of all tracks

5 to 10 January 2022

Elimination Round of CTF [IT & OT]

28 & 29 February 2022

Grand Finale of GCC 2022

8 Feb 2022 (Safer Internet Day)

Winners Annoucement

15 February 2022

Dissemination of Certificates

Launch of Project eSaksham | AICTE and CPF and Announcement of GCC3.0

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What They Said




Info Sec professionals get ready for the Operational Technology #CTF leg of
@gccsofficial hosted at #NCIIPC #CyberPeacesecurity #GCCS1.0 #SCADA @cyberpeacengo


Digital India

Digital India


Have innovative solutions to secure the cyberPeace space? Participate in Global CyberPeace Challenge Peace-a-thon #GCCS1.0




Gear up for Global CyberPeace Challenge Grand Finale! Congratulations to the shortlisted teams. To know the names, click here:

Ravi Shankar Prasad

Ravi Shankar Prasad


As we look forward to #GCCS1.0, here’s an innovation challenge on cyberPeace security for all of you to participate in

Sean Duca

Sean Duca


14 teams working on a CTF contest looking at IT/OT challenges as well as the peace-a-thon where ideas and solutions will be built to make India #CyberPeaceSafe. Great work and good luck to the teams! @mygovindia #GCCS1.0 @_DigitalIndia @gccsofficial

Klee Aiken

Klee Aiken


was an excellent way to kick-off a great week @ #GCCS1.0, here’s hoping the initiative carries over to #GCCS2019. Thanks to @cyberpeacengo for inviting @APNIC to work with the talented teams!


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