The Ministry of Defence, Estonian Internet Foundation and Tallinn University of Technology invite all students ages of 14-19 and experts/students ages of 20-25 to participate at a virtual competition “CyberOlympics 2017/European Cyber Security Challenge 2017” Estonian preliminary round.

The author and mayor supporter of CyberOlympics is the Ministry of Defence of the Republic of Estonia. The event is organized by Tallinn University of Technology Centre for Digital Forensics and Cyber Security and the competition will be hosted by RangeForce. The working language of the competition is English. The winners of CyberOlympics will be invited to a training series and will have an opportunity to represent Estonia at the European Cyber ​​Security Challenge 2017.  Award is issued by the Estonian Internet Foundation.

The online registration to the competition is available from May 2nd to May 24th at

The online preliminary round will take place from May 27th to June 4th. Everyone who is eligible can join.

The main competition will take place on July 15th in Estonian Information Technology College, where the 30 best competitors chosen from the online preliminary round will compete.