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2024 RazorHack Cyber Challenge

Tentative Oct. 25 - 27, 2024 | Northwest Arkansas



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About the RazorHack Cyber Challenge

Join us for an adrenaline-pumping 3-day capture the flag competition, where hacking enthusiasts and hobbyists from all walks of life gather to showcase their skills and compete for prizes. The RazorHack Cyber Challenge includes an opening banquet ceremony and then a 2-day Jeopardy style capture the flag competition.RazorHack is going nuclear this year. Contestants will have to take on the role of consultants and help the RazorPower energy company recover from a nuclear power plant catastrophe. Complete encryption, phishing, network analysis and web vulnerability puzzles to save the day. Don't worry though...experience in the field doesn't determine who wins...Why Attend the RazorHack Cyber Challenge?Test Your Skills: Push the boundaries of your hacking skillset as you tackle real-world scenarios in our capture the flag competition. Put your knowledge to the test, solve challenges and demonstrate your technical expertise to claim your spot on the leaderboard.Network with Experts: Rub shoulders with industry professionals, business owners and cybersecurity experts. Forge connections, gain insights from seasoned veterans and explore exciting career opportunities in this dynamic field.Prizes and Recognition: Compete for an array of thrilling prizes, including cash prizes, cutting-edge gadgets and recognition among your peers. Show the world that you are a force to be reckoned with and leave your mark in the cybersecurity community.Wondering if you have the skills to attend? Don't let that stop you because...We've found that even amateur high schoolers can beat professionals. This competition requires out of the box thinking that give young minds an advantage.

Registration & Pricing

Participants compete in teams of 4. We allow teams of 3, but HIGHLY recommend 4.IEEE members that are part of the Computer society and students can take advantage of a reduced registration price.Pricing covers participation in the CTF game, access to the opening banquet event, and all food costs. Register using the button below.

Full Registration - IEEE Member or Student$50.00 per team member
Full Registration$75.00 per team member


Picture of opening banquet

Day 1 - Friday Oct. 25, 2024

RazorHack kicks off with an opening ceremony. The venue for 2024 is still being determined...stay tuned!Join us for a night of food, music, and drinks. Participants will have the opportunity to network without the pressure of competition. Everything is covered by your registration fee.Meet with cyber professionals, business owners, and hacker enthusiasts.

Day 2 - Saturday Oct. 26, 2024

The competition doors open at 9:00AM. The games begin at 10:00AM sharp. The competition venue for 2024 is being decided!Day 1 of the capture the flag competition lasts for 12 hours. Go full throttle until 10:))PM then get some rest.Food will be provided throughout the day. Lots of parking will be available.

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Image of participants during competition.

Day 3 - Sunday Oct. 27, 2024

RazorHack picks back up on Sunday with doors opening at 9:00AM. The games kick back off at 10:00AM and go until 2:00PM. The day wraps up with an awards ceremony.Food will be provided on this day as well. Awards will be sent to winners that need to leave early and can't stay the whole time.Take the rest of the day to rest and recover. You will have earned it.



What are the addresses of the venues?

The venues for 2024 are still being determined. We are expected to know by July. The venues for last year were Crystal Bridges for the opening banquet and the Verizon Ballroom in the Arkansas Union for the competition.

What is a good hotel to stay at?

Addresses of good hotels will be released when information on the venues are released.

I see IEEE branding, do I have to be an IEEE member to attend?

Absolutely not. This event is open to both IEEE members and non-IEEE members. High schoolers, undergraduates and industry professionals are all encouraged to attend. Take note that IEEE members and students (high school, undergrads) do get a discount for the registration fee.

Contact Us

Have a question about the event? Want to meet with an event organizer to ask some questions? Let us know below.

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