Alejandro Taibo Escarramán
Skills: exploiting and reversing
Álvaro Díaz Hernández
Skills: hacking web, pentesting, forense and blockchain
Carlos Polop Martin
Skills: pentesting, forense and hacking web
Carlos Vicente Mellinas
Skills: programación, web and explotación
Daniel Púa Orozco
Skills: hacking web, pentesting and forense
Isaac Rodríguez Carcereny
Skills: pentesting, criptografía, hacking web and programación
Javier Sánchez Ávila
Skills: networking, crypto and web
Skills: pentesting and forense
Miguel Amat Baeza
Skills: crypto, stego, active directory and wi-fi
Nacho Gómez García
Skills: Boot2Root, criptografía and web
Pablo Plaza Martínez
Skills: hacking web and pentesting
Rafael López Cruz
Skills: informática forense and hacking web
Raúl Ojeda Gandia
Skills: hacking web, programación y administrador de sistemas y servicios
Yago Gutiérrez López
Skills: explotación, ingeniería inversa and parcheo de vulnerabilidades
Would you like to join us?
To be part of the national team that will be representing Spain in the next European Cyber Security Challenge, you must participate in the national qualifying that INCIBE organizes every year.
In particular, your selection is based on the fulfillment of 2 mandatory requirements:
- Be younger than 25 years old.
- Having participated as a finalist in the INCIBE competitions for the selection of the team.
In this qualifying round we must also face the team composition rules established by ENISA, so the final team members will be selected as follows:
- 5 people ages 18 to 20 years old.
- 5 people ages 21 to 25 years old.
Each year, INCIBE organizes a specific CTF (Capture the flag) competition, in which individual technical skills are evaluated through specific challenges. These are aligned with the categories demanded by the ECSC Curricula, mainly challenges in forensics, cryptography, exploitation, reverse engineering, and web hacking.
This competition consists of a qualifying round and a final, which is entered by the best in each category. The best talents classified in this final round will pass to a pool of candidates, who may be interviewed by INCIBE to ensure suitability and requirements, with the aim of creating a balanced team by category.
The final team that represents Spain will be composed of a total of 15 members (10 of them in the main team).
The Spanish team members will receive online training for several weeks, in addition to face-to-face bootcamps at INCIBE where they will work on the technical and soft-skills competencies required to form a balanced team.
INCIBE gives opportunities to new talents every year but keeping the knowledge and experience of participants in previous editions.