About Us

The CyberSCI security challenge is a series of regional team competitions hosted across Canada for university and college students interested in cyber security as a career.  Regional winners compete in the Canadian national finals, and top teams go on to represent Canada at international events.

The challenging excitment of the competitions draws the best candidates into the profession and fills Canada’s growing need for highly competent professionals in cyber security.

 

York University
Seymor Schulich Building

Our Mission

CyberSci – Canada’s National Cyber Security Challenge works to enhance Canada’s cyber security capacity by enticing  bright and energetic individuals to join our country’s ranks of cyber security professionals. We help Canada keep up or surpass other countries’ capabilities in the
cyber security industry!

Schools

Students

Jobs

Sponsors

Our Objectives

– Create jobs for university and college students

– Identify great candidates for employers

– Provide national recognition for sponsors

– Improve the cyber workforce in Canada

The CyberSci  Organizing Team

Tom

Tom

Founder

I love it when a plan comes together.

Dmitriy

Dmitriy

Challenge Builder

What doesn’t kill them will make them stronger.

Louise

Louise

Builder, Discorder

It might look easy, but that’s the hard part.

Gray

Gray

Quality Control

If we didn’t test it,  it never happened.

Mary

Mary

Chief Administrator

Every student is my favourite student.

And some shy ones… 

Chris

Chris

Challenge Builder

Julian

Julian

Cloud Infra Guru

Maybe You?

Maybe You?

Communications

Web, Social Media, Emails, Brochures

Sunny

Sunny

Challenge Builder

Nicolas

Nicolas

Scoreboard Plus

Looking to Make a Difference?

Join our organizing committee.  Board members, event organizers, and cyber challenge builders.  Technical, management, and recruiting professionals involved in cyber are welcome.

Community Involvement

Check out this fun video from TV-Ontario (TFO – en français).  Tom promotes careers in cyber to students with the goal of building Canada’s workforce to protect the country’s cyber landscape from threats.