Take the Challenge. Reap the Reward.
Battelle Capture the Flag (CTF) events are fun and challenging computer security competitions. Competitors are expected to “capture flags” to increase their score.
Battelle CTFs vary in their degree of difficulty and require participants to exercise different skillsets to solve them. Once solved, a flag is given to the player and they submit this flag to the CTF server.
Battelle Beginner CTF
1600 EST Friday, Sept 3 - 1600 EST Friday Sept 10, 2021
This competition is intended for beginner level CTF participants. This is a fun introduction for new players, with more challenging problems
to come. If you are interested in harder problems or want to know when the next CTF is, sign-up to receive updates from the Battelle
cyber team. You'll also be notified of new or current career opportunities.
Do you like working with microelectronics?
Design test articles for hardware security research, and design new prototype methods including electrical, optical, and other sensing modalities for assessing physical and architectural security properties of microelectronics and embedded systems.
Do you like understanding how things work and break?
Discover vulnerabilities and debug programs with tools like gdb or QIRA, create automated, scalable and reverse engineering tools and piplines. Use and build vulnerability research tools that push past the edge of current tools and techniques.
Do you like assessing and evaluating new technology?
Provide advanced day-to-day systems analysis and support for monitoring, troubleshooting, configuring, reporting, implementing, installing, and upgrading core infrastructure hardware, storage, software and/or server-based applications
Do you like understanding delivering critical services to support our clients?
Lead the project team with ultimate responsibility for meeting technical, cost schedule, quality, financial and contractual performance. Conduct research and development, manage laboratories, design and manufacture products.