1. This challenge is limited to incorporated companies and Deep Secure reserves the right to verify the company’s status as such and that of company’s representative before providing the access data to enable entry to the challenge. 
  2. Representatives of the Company must have been a full-time employee of the company for at least 6-months.
  3. By entering the Competition, you hereby warrant that all information submitted by you is true, current and complete. 
  4. Only one entry per company will be permitted.
  5. The challenge will be held at Deep Secure’s London office. 
  6. The challenger is invited to bring a USB Memory Stick containing a representative selection of malware-laced business documents and images with which to test the platform. Any content threat sample must have originated from within the entrant company.
  7. The challenge is to use Microsoft Office X files, PDF files and image files to deliver malware through the CTR platform.
  8. The challenger company representative will be asked to explain what is unsafe about their sample content and will then be able to witness the loading and running of the test, and authenticate the validity of the challenge.  The validity of the challenge will be judged by the entrant being briefed at the end of the test whether an outcome (safe or unsafe content being seen passing through the CTR platform or content being blocked) was achieved.
  9. We will contact you to arrange a mutually acceptable date and time to participate in the challenge.
  10. The challenge closes to entrants on Friday 28th September 2018. 
  11. As part of this cybersecurity charity challenge, Deep Secure has decided to donate a maximum of £10,000 to one or more UK registered charities whatever the outcome of this Mission Unbreakable challenge. As a demonstration of our confidence in our solution, a prize for any successful penetration of unsafe business content, will be a share of the £10,000 charity donation fund to a UK registered charity nominated by yourselves and approved by Deep Secure.
  12. If there are no successful penetrations by unsafe business content, then the money will be equally distributed to those nominated charities of the top 10 most interesting attempts, as judged by the Chief Technology Officer of Deep Secure. In the unlikely event that there is more than one successful penetration of unsafe content, the £10,000 will be shared amongst all the nominated charities, again as approved by Deep Secure.  In the interest of clarity, we confirm that the maximum donation in totality by Deep Secure will be £10,000.
  13. Public dissemination of information regarding this challenge will be subject to the terms of an NDA.
  14. Subject to mutual agreement between Deep Secure and the challenger, Deep Secure would like to reference your company name in any publication.

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