echoCTF offers a hands-on aproach to
sharpen skills in computer science and ethical hacking.
Attack, scan, brute-force and do whatever it takes to
solve the real-based security scenarios.
Our engineers will help you to manage echoCTF
as a fun and educational classroom event.
CTF Competition to increase participation
security related sponsors
visuals to liven up the event
course - Always up to date - Increased
participation & interest of the students - Real
hands on practice
As a competitive
skill sharpening exercise
app testing (internal, public)
security related products
skill sharpening exercise
QA before service launch
Solutions has the potential to organize echoCTF for
Security Conferences, Hackathon Events and Private Training
Courses anywhere worldwide, if requested.
We can provide the echoCTF platform with our own technical
equipment in every company's infrastructure. Our expert
team of engineers is always aeger to help our customers.
All kinds of CTF game types are
Jeopardy, Attack - Defense,
Flags, Treasures, Findings
Real time visualization of
players' network activity
Exhaustive list of real systems
Dynamic real time scoring system
Personalized player dashboards
MENA ISC 1027
As part of the MENA ISC 2017, a Hackathon competition took place and students of
more than 10 Universities across KSA (Saudi Arabia) participated. This
time, amongst other elements usually included on echoCiTy-F,
custom made models of signature buildings of the city of Riyadh were constructed.
Along with other challenges on information systems and infrastructure elements, aspects
of the custom made buildings could also be controlled like the elevator and lights
of the Kingdom Tower and lights of the Burj Rafal tower. The top four point scoring
teams were awarded with prizes of 50,000 to 20,000 SAR and certificates of participation.
DU HACKATHON 2016
Echothrust Solutions created from scratch, a smart
city model, the echoCiTy-F, which represents vital
infrastructure components of a smart city - including ICS and SCADA
systems for transportation, energy, communications and
construction. The gameplay was visible to the players and public
through computer generated visualisations. Amongst other challenges,
hackers tried to obtain control of a model train, its rail tracks and
the train passage bars, the lights and ventilation of a train tunnel,
the airport's communication tower, a power plant and a nuclear plant,
wind turbines and more. echoCTF's gameplay was designed
to assess students knowledge and skills and educate them on cyber security
and ethical hacking. The team with the highest points at the end won
the competition, taking home the prize of AED 20,000 and certificates