Shut down a simulated security threat in our cyber competition
This fall, you have a chance to pit your critical thinking and
technical skills against top students and recent grads across the
As the federal agency charged with foreign signals intelligence and
information assurance, the National Security Agency (NSA) invites you to
try out for the 2015 NSA CyberSprint, a challenge that asks you to
solve a simulated security threat within 72 hours.
First, you'll need to complete a skills assessment to see if you
have what it takes to solve difficult problems. Students can participate
anytime between Oct. 28 and Nov. 2, but you will have only 8 hours to
complete the assessment from initial login.
Registration is limited and goes live Tuesday, Sept. 29, so save the date and watch for further instructions via email!
Only the top 300 competitors will be invited to move on to the
virtual CyberSprint, which will take place between Nov. 9 and 19.
If you’re one of the winners, NSA will recognize you and your school
... and take a serious look at your resume, if you’re interested in NSA
as a career option.*
NSA is the place where extraordinary people do extraordinary work. Check out www.NSA.gov/Careers for a more in-depth look at our exciting career and student opportunities.
*U.S. citizenship required for employment