Each week, Herberger will post announcements, hints and commentary about the Challenge on the Radware Security Expert blog. Also, an official leader board on the Challenge's homepage will keep track of the top scoring players.
Besides being fun, the Challenge is designed to give individual participants a benchmark of their application and network security expertise so they can identify for themselves their cyber security strengths and weaknesses. If an entire IT staff takes the Challenge, results also can be a valuable indicator for managers of areas to plan for additional training, continuing education, or professional certification.
How Contestants Play
Participants have 90 seconds to answer each question. A minimum of nine correct answers is required to pass the round, and players who pass receive an email with their digital colored belt for that level along with a special code to advance to the next round. Players will get several chances to retake the test if needed.
Once a player passes all five rounds, he or she will achieve Black Belt status and qualify to become the Attack Mitigation Black Belt Challenge Champion. The Champion will be selected from the Black Belt-level players who finished all of the rounds in the shortest amount of time.
For more information about The Attack Mitigation Black Belt Challenge, please visit
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