CyberPeace Policy and Strategy Challenge

About the Competition

This is a competitive scenario simulation exercise to respond to a realistic, evolving international cyber crisis. The main aim of this simulation is to understand the policy and strategy challenge associated with management of trade-offs during the cyber crisis.

This also helps us assess the cyber capabilities, responsibilities, policy and the current cyber-governance structure.

A cyber crisis scenario will be presented to the teams. The team that
is best equipped with knowledge of foreign policy and cybersecurity, to solve the issue, will be declared the winner

CyberPeace Policy and Strategy Challenge 2.0 will be conducted in the following rounds;

Registration Round

Registration

1- Participants can register themselves by visiting the GCC official website (www.cyberchallenge.net)

2- Participants must provide their respective profiles that demonstrates their efficiency in the Strategy and Policy Domain.

3- Participants must adhere to the guidelines when filling up the form.

4- Entries will be shortlisted as per the data provided during the registration

Grand Finale

1- Top 50 shortlisted participants will be required to present their policy against the problem statement provided

2- The problem statement will be shared one-hour prior with the participants

3- A window of 48-hours will be provided for the final submission of the policy

4- The participants are required to produce original ideas, content if found plagiarized will be disqualified

5- Winners will be announced on 9th February 2021

Grand Finale

1- Registration

  • Participants can register themselves by visiting the GCC official website (www.cyberchallenge.net)
  • Participants must provide their respective profiles that demonstrates their efficiency in the Strategy and Policy Domain.
  • Participants must adhere to the guidelines when filling up the form.
  • Entries will be shortlisted as per the data provided during the registration

2- Strategy Challenge

  • Top 50 shortlisted participants will be required
    to present their policy against the problem statement provided
  • The problem statement will be shared one-hour prior with the participants
  • A window of 48-hours will be provided for the final submission of the policy
  • The participants are required to produce
    original ideas, content if found plagiarized will be disqualified
  • Winners will be announced on 10th December 2020

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