The following conditions apply:
Competition rules and eligibility
The eligibility rules below must be accepted in order for you to register for, and participate in, the CyberLand Challenge
Date of the competition
The competition will open on 17th August at 12:00hrs and close on 30 August 2020 at 23:59hrs. Entries received after the 30th August 23:59hrs will not be eligible for prizes
Eligibility and entry
You must be 18 years or under on 31 December 2020, and resident in the UK to participate. Prizes will only be delivered to UK addresses.
Entry to the competition is restricted to one entry per person. Multiple entries, automated entries, bulk entries or third party entries will be disqualified.
Prize: Apple iPad, 10.2 inch, WIFI only, 32GB. There are three prizes available to be won.
How will prizes be drawn?
The Cyber Security Challenge UK and the NCA reserve the right to award prizes to winners they select, and the entrance into the competition and the submission of a right answer does not impose any obligation on the competition sponsors to award a prize to any competitor. The judges’ decision is final and no correspondence will be entered into. The sponsors reserve the right to change advertised prizes to ones of equivalent value. No cash alternatives will be provided.
Data gathered for the purposes of participating in this competition fall under GDPR regulations. The Cyber Security Challenge UK is the data owner and processor for all personal data provided by participants. We will not pass on your details to any third party without your consent. Please refer to our general privacy and data policies for more information.
Media & publicity
Participants agree for their name to be used in publicity by the Challenge and NCA if they become a winner. This publicity will only refer to the current competition and will not be used in any other publicity without your prior written agreement.
When playing our competitions you must not do anything to contravene any UK Law or do anything to bring Cyber Security Challenge UK or the NCA into disrepute.