The winners of the 2022 Middle TN Cyber Conference CtF were-
1st Place Joe Littleton- 70,000
2nd Place "Utility Guys" - 7000
3rd place "City of Crossville" -700
The winners of the 2021 Middle TN Cyber Conference CtF were -
1st Place Joe Littleton - 24000
2nd Place DC423 - 7,000
The winners of the 2020 Middle TN Cyber Conference CtF are -
1st Place Adam Marthaler 24500 points Team
1st Place John O'Keefe-Odom 13500 points Team
2nd Place Joe Littleton 7000 points
3rd Place Daniel Arnold 3500 points
What others are saying -"The Middle TN Cyber Conference CTF is a well-thought-out and well put together event. The students do a great job putting the environment together. It is refreshing to see the students getting this kind of training early in their cyber security careers. I thoroughly enjoy this event and look forward to it every year."
~Joe Littleton, Information Security Officer
"Eye opening on how much preparation makes a difference...
" Adam Marthaler, Network Specialist
To Register - Email steve.mallard[@]gmail.com Subject line: 2022 CTF
September 14th - 8:30am CST
This year, the CtF will be made up of real-world servers with vulnerabilities baked into them that participants must find and capture keys, deface a web site, capture SQL data, and more. More information, including the rules and registration are listed below. The CtF will be limited to 60 participants - register early!
The servers will be on site.
Capture the Flag Registration and Rules
Participant representative must register each member of their team individually via email -
Event Rules (see other hints below)
CtF and Door Prizes this Year
A special thank you goes to the students and faculty at the Tennessee College of Applied Technology Shelbyville for designing and running the Capture the Flag (CtF) competition. It should be noted that the students of this school designed, built, and run all technical aspects of the CtF!
The Middle Tennessee Cyber Conference proudly supports the Governor’s Investment in Vocational Education (GIVE) Initiative.
Contact Steve Mallard