Technology is evolving at a breath-taking speed, and so is the threat landscape. That makes it tough to stay on top of the latest and greatest hacker tools, techniques, and procedures (TTP). To keep pace with the threat, you need to ensure your skills are up to par with what malicious actors are using.
And while traditional certifications and lecture-based training may teach fundamental technical concepts, they can’t prepare you for the dynamic and complex challenges that you’ll encounter in the real world. That's what makes our Kaizen Capture the Flag (CTF) training program stand out. The challenges have been carefully crafted, are multi-layered, and cover non-obvious vulnerabilities in areas such as forensics, web exploitation, scripting, and binary reverse engineering. Using the same types of TTPs as today’s malicious hackers, you’ll encounter new challenges and will have to work collaboratively to defeat the threat.
What does "Kaizen" mean?
In Japanese culture, the word Kaizen is used to describe "change for the best" and "continuous improvement." The Kaizen CTF exemplifies this culture and encourages you to learn by doing. As a participant, you're immersed in a technical environment where self-teaching is encouraged, and where you'll have to research problems and apply newly gained knowledge on the fly.
Kaizen was built to challenge at all skill levels, regardless of whether you're an "1337 h4x0r" or new to information security and want a healthy environment to give CTF a try.
Our scoring server and leaderboard track your progress as you capture the challenge flags, and top scorers earn prizes. Come test your information security knowledge in a fun, relaxed environment, and enjoy hands-on learning with various interactive challenges.
To learn more, please e-mail the Kaizen CTF team.