Students who would submit the best projects, that help to solve cybersecurity issues would win the opportunity to travel to the international finals of the Cup in Budapest, Hungary!

November, 29-30, 2018
Venue: Budapest,
Hotel Hungaria City Center

All finalists will be provided with:

  1. Round-trip airfare (coach or available equivalent) from the major airport closest to the individual’s residence to Budapest, Hungary
  2. Double-occupancy hotel accommodation for three nights in a 4 stars hotel (Hotel Hungaria City Center).
Each finalist is responsible for any other expenses including cost to obtain a passport or visa and any other incidental travel cost not expressly stated above.

What should the finalist prepare?

The finals of the cup are held during Kaspersky Academic Partner Summit.

All the finalists have to develop their projects to the best possible level and prepare a presentation and a pitch in English to present in front of the jury board.

Participants of the finals are also granted an opportunity to participate in the Kaspersky Academic Partner Summit along with contest partners and cybersecurity professors from all over the world.

How was it in 2017?

1 200
From Germany, Italy, Bangladesh, India, Singapore, Russia and Belarus.
How was it in 2017?
The main prize of $10,000
was awarded to Philipp Mieden, a student from LMU Munich, for his research on detecting anomalous network traffic.
The second-place prize
went to Omar Ganiev, a practical information security consultant from Moscow, who was awarded with a trip to the Security Analyst Summit (SAS) in Cancun in Spring 2018.
The third-place prize
of went to Gomel, a Ivan Meleshko, Arthur Stsepanenka and Ihar Tsalka - received a visit to the international forum on applied digital security.