Capture the flag with Kripos
For the third year in a row, you have the opportunity to join an exciting challenge from Kripos: A realistic mission with digital tracks and surveys. Do you take the challenge?
Do you have an investigator within you?
Criminals use technology to commit organized and serious crime. They use new technology and new services to commit crimes that affect society on a large scale. Can your digital skills contribute to Kripos' success in the investigation into the abduction of Helene Iversen, 19 years old?
How to take part
Through a realistic competition, you will be able to pursue tracks and solve the case for Kripos.
Assemble a team consisting of 1-5 participants, preferably 4-5 participants. The case consists of several tasks, and a team with different expertise can be an advantage.
Registration is available one week before the competition starts, and it is possible to register until the day the solution is presented.
Prize for the winning team
Thursday 30. September 11:00–12:00: Presentation of the rebus.
The presentation starts at 11:00. The assignment will kick off at 12:00.
Friday 1. October 14:00–15:00: The solution and the winning team will be announced.
The assignment ends at 12:00. The solution and the winner will be presented at 14:00.
Kripos is the police's national center that aims to fight organized crime. Kripos has expertise in, and provides assistance in, tactical and technical investigations. Kripos is a contact point for international police cooperation. There are around 650 employees at Kripos. Half of the employees have a police education, while the rest have a background as engineers, laboratory technicians, chemists, social scientists, journalists, translators, photographers, lawyers and IT professionals. The National Cybercrime Center (NC3) opened on 1 January 2019 at Kripos. Kripos will hire new employees in the coming years, and is looking for skilled and creative colleagues who can help prevent and investigate crime with digital footprints..