Defence Cyber Marvel
Defence Cyber Marvel is an annual competition in which teams from Defence, Government agencies, industry partners, and other nations, compete for the top spot in a challenging environment.
The competition tests the skills of the participants to stop potential cyber-attacks against allied forces in a real-world scenario.
Defence Cyber Marvel is a training exercise organised by the Army Cyber Association to allow personnel from across the Armed Forces to build their skills within the cyber and electromagnetic domain.
The event also offers the opportunity to share learning and best practice across the Armed Forces and with other nations taking part, including Japan, Singapore, Kenya, and Oman.
The British Army is committed to pioneering and developing new technologies and expertise to protect us from those who wish us harm.
As the world becomes ever-more digital, Electronic Warfare is helping the Army to prepare for future battlespace and the invisible fight to exploit the electromagnetic spectrum.
In a week long international competition, Defence Cyber Marvel, 30 Signal Regiment were victorious against 500 personnel from across the Armed Forces and partner nations.
13 Signal Regiment, the Army’s only cyber regiment, has marked its first anniversary milestone. Based in Blandford, Dorset, the unit’s role is to oversee, assure and protect deployed Command and Information services.
Over five-days teams from across the British Army’s regular and reserve forces, the Royal Navy, France and Denmark were tested to help grow and develop cyber defence capabilities.