CyTaka is offering an exceptional prize of $1,000,000 to those who can crack its cybersecurity challenges in the annual World Cyber Championship (WCC) held in Dubai. Notably, previous competitions have rewarded top hackers and information security experts with cumulative payouts reaching hundreds of thousands of dollars. Among the winners are hackers from the US, Tunisia, Pakistan, India, Malaysia, the UAE, Israel, and more. Yet, all eyes are on who will clinch the grand prize of $1,000,000, as the qualification round of the WCC, integrating Artificial Intelligence, kick off in October.
Ahead of the championship, CyTaka is not staying passive. The company is recruiting only the best cybersecurity and technology geniuses who will become part of the CyTaka team to continue to develop unique cyber challenges. To attract these cybersecurity geniuses, billboard signs have been placed at strategic locations, including all over Herzliya Pituach and on Azrieli Towers in Tel Aviv, aiming to enlist the finest minds from various tech companies. This initiative also seeks to boost employment in Israel’s tech and cybersecurity sectors.
Thinking Outside the Box
Embracing the slogan “The Best in Cyber,” CyTaka sets exceedingly high standards – with appropriate rewards. The recruitment process involves an array of assessments designed to identify high-level cognitive abilities, creativity, and out-of-the-box thinking in the realm of cybersecurity and technology. Simultaneously, the company is also enlisting professional trainers for its cybersecurity training program; trainers in information security, software, and artificial intelligence. This program, an integral part of the company’s products aimed at enhancing and training cybersecurity professionals, will be unveiled soon.
The various job opportunities are open to both men and women. For more details, visit the CyTaka website: www.cytaka.com
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