Month: April 2018

Team Descriptions

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The following is a summary of the various teams that form every part of the NNCSC competition

Gold Team/Operations Team

competition officials that organize, run and manage the competition. They solicit for sponsorship, manage the budget and handle all communication including complaints. The team is headed by Dr. Bhunu Shava.

Yellow Team

competition officials that are responsible for the event logistics including food, venue, and program design. The team is headed by Dr. Mercy Chitauro.

Black Team

penetration testing professionals simulating external hackers attempting to gain unauthorised access to competition teams’ systems. The objective is not to disable the networks, but to set things up that create a learning environment for the students. Headed by Mr. Reghardt Joubert. Deputized by Mr. Nashima Etutega. 

Blue Team

competition support members who provide overall administrative support to the competition. They develop documentation and rules. Co-headed by Prof. Fungai Bhunu Shava and Dr. Attlee M. Gamundani.

Orange Team

These are customer service professionals who evaluate to crate or technically end users who will be requesting services from the white team –  Co-headed by Mr. Julius Silaa & Mr. Isaac Nhamu

White Team/Competition Team

the institution competitive teams consisting of students competing in an NNCSC event. 

Silver Team

competition support members responsible for the infrastructure and provide technical support. They create and build the networks the competing students will have to defend. This team also deals with the physical workstations, routers, virtual and cloud environments of the competition. headed by Mr. Chitauro

Green Team

competition officials, who observe team performance in their competition area, judge and evaluate team performance and rule compliance. They are the scorekeepers during the event.  Headed by Chief Inspector Vaino D. Vaino. Deputized by Mrs. Maria-Ambondo Iita


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Sponsors have the opportunity to contribute to a real-world simulation of cyber­se­cu­rity experience, which is not possible in a typical classroom, and allow students to work under pressure.

You will also have the opportunity to network with these students outside of the competition and possibly recruit some of them for employment in your esteemed organizations.

As sponsors, you have the opportunity, to host a scenario that can be modeled for the particular annual competition, which can be a simulation of the real work project or challenge you are working on.

You can also benefit from having the space to advertise some of your products on the competition website and during the competition itself.

As a sponsor you can add value in any or all of the following options:-

  1. Contributions towards prizes to be won by the winners of the competition
  2. Picking any of the competition operational costs budget items
  3. Technical skills  – Industry play an important role during the competitions as they model the hackers, hence we are constantly in need of Experts from industry to fill that space during the competition day.
  4. Being part of the Administrative team, to carry the vision of the competition forward.
  5. Equipment support – Any relevant resources that enhances the smooth running of the competition, like servers, internet access e.t.c

Our sponsors so far since 2015, according to Classification are:-

Titanium Sponsors

Platinum Sponsors

Gold Sponsors

Silver Sponsors

Bronze Sponsors

Technical Sponsors - Judges

Technical Sponsors - Attackers

Technical Sponsors -  Infrastructure

Technical Sponsors - Student Placement

Upcoming Events

6th Namibia National Cyber Security Competition – 20th of November 2020 (End User Competition)

21st of November 2020 (Competing Teams Competition)



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