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About GCC Why should you participate

Organised by CyberPeace Foundation, Global CyberPeace Challenge (GCC) is the world’s largest cybersecurity competition with participation from more than 120 countries. GCC is a journey to recognize and award talent that can build solutions to some of the most pressing cybersecurity problems faced by society today. The objective of the challenge is to tap into the innovative approaches adopted by participants to solve critical real-world problems in the technical and policy challenges.

The first three editions of GCC have been a tremendous success garnering more than 7500 participation from 120 countries (combined numbers).

Global CyberPeace Challenge 4.0 will be organised on the same lines as of previous editions with three challenges:

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World biggest Cybersecurity Competition

Three challenges to Participate

Compete with the best from around the world

Three Opportunities to win exciting prizes and goodies


Staying Safe

  • Your safety is our highest priority.
  • The protocols are guided by our Internationally Respected Infection Prevention Experts and Recommendations from the Government.
  • Hand sanitiser and face coverings will be available at the entrance and at key points around the venue. We will also be providing V&A face coverings.
  • In line with government guidelines, all participants & guests  will be adhering to the guidelines during the competition.

Cyber Policy & Strategy Challenge

Welcome back to the fourth edition of the Global Cyber Peace Challenge! Gear up and get ready to take part in one of the largest simulations of the International cyber crisis. It will be your strategies and policies coupled with necessary trade-offs against the clock and wit of the other teams.

A simulated scenario will test the teams and players on their knowledge in foreign policy and cybersecurity and will then decide their worth as the next potential Leader of Cyber Security & Policy and the Winner of the competition.

Capture The Flag

Global CyberPeace Challenge 4.0 CTF has two types of contests —

  1. Information Technology Capture the Flag (IT-CTF).
  2. Operational Technology Capture the Flag (OT-CTF).


The Peace-a-Thon challenge is open to all citizens from all countries, and participants irrespective of age, profession or education background.

Participants will be provided with problem statements on (not limited to) DNS Abuse, Fighting Cyber Violence, Fighting Cyber Frauds, Fighting the spread of CSAM and Fighting Ransomware. The participants will be required to develop a working solution against any of the problem statements provided.


This year the Grand Finale of GCC 4.0 will be hosted as a physical event.


Cyber Policy & Strategy Challenge

Track 1

Capture The Flag

Track 2


Track 3

Testimonials & News


Global CyberPeace Challenge is a worldwide initiative that seek to provide a unique platform to innovators and developers including cybersecurity experts, technologists, community leaders, civil society bodies, students, developers, UX/UI designers, business analysts, education professionals, advisors, mentors, entrepreneurs, thought leaders, and investors.


We are also committed to ensuring gender diversity in the cyber security workforce of the future. The competition is open to all.

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GCC 4.0 stands for Global CyberPeace Challenge 4th edition.

After conducting two consecutive years as a fully virtual event this time we are coming with a physical event in India allowing anyone to participate across the world. Stay tuned for more Updates 🙂

Cost!! Are you joking? The Global CyberPeace Challenge is completely free of cost to all the participants.

Irrespective of experience and age, anyone like students, researchers, and professionals can participate to prove their skills. But participants need to be Human beings, not aliens. Ha ha Just Kidding 😉

For Peace-a-thon and Capture the Flag competition, a team can have a maximum of 3 participants. For Cyber Policy and Strategy Challenge the team can have a maximum of 5 participants.

The participants are to book their own tickets, which will be reimbursed upon reaching the Grand Finale

  • Indian participants can book train tickets for 3rd AC.
  • International participants can book Air tickets for Economy class.

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