Cambridge 2 Cambridge (C2C) is an international cybersecurity challenge between MIT’s Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Lab (CSAIL) and the University of Cambridge. C2C engages participants to explore creative ways to combat increased global cyber attacks, influence policy trends and develop products unimaginable until now!
The event was held at MIT’s Ray and Maria Stata Center in Cambridge, MA, hosted by MIT’s CyberSecurity@CSAIL to support initiatives advancing cybersecurity technologies. C2C that featured a team-based ‘capture-the-flag’ style hackathon competition. For the Hackathon, students from MIT and the University of Cambridge competed in a 24-hour session at CSAIL on March 4-5, 2016. Blended teams were formed by faculty leads from MIT CSAIL and the University of Cambridge.
Congratulations to Microsoft Top Hacker Julian Fuchs, MIT, and Top Hacking Team Johnny Cached, which included teammates Cheng Chen (MIT), Julian Fuchs (MIT), Alex Dalgleish (University of Cambridge), Gábor Szarka (University of Cambridge)! Click here for a full list of the winners!
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