The CEO of the Saudi Federation for Cybersecurity, Programming and Drums, Nouf Al-Rikan, won the two-day "Hackathon Cyber Saber" competition in Riyadh with 153 students (100 girls and 53 young men).
The first place was Blackfoxs from the Islamic University, while King Abdulaziz University was ranked second by CyberAcu and SEU1
From Saudi Electronic University in third place, and came in fourth place the IAU Echo team from Imam Abdul Rahman bin Faisal University.
36 teams, represented by 100 girls and 53 young men, ended their competition with Virtuport, in partnership with Saudi Cyber Security, Programming, Dragon, and the STC business. Cyber Hacker is an electronic assessment mechanism that evaluates teams that participate according to the points learned from various challenges.
The Hackathon Cyber Saber will be announced later in the cities of Jeddah and Dammam to discuss the achievement of one of the most important goals of Saudi Cyber Security, Programming and Dragon Federation. This is the discovery of talent and opportunities for other talents who have found it difficult to participate in this competition. Cyberspace is an important part of the 2030 Kingdom Vision.