President's Cup: Hone Your Cyber Skills
Learn by Playing Previous President’s Cup Challenges
Beyond the competition, previous President’s Cup challenges are available at no cost for those interested in testing and enhancing their cyber skills.
Federal employees can visit the President’s Cup Practice Area to take on challenges from previous competitions and receive a certificate of completion.
Everyone can visit the President’s Cup GitHub page to find descriptions, solution guides, virtual machine builds and other artifacts from challenges featured in previous President’s Cup competitions. These materials are free and may be modified to meet your needs.
Qualifying President's Cup as Training
President’s Cup participants will practice and develop cyber skillsets required to keep them proficient, vigilant, and innovative, so they can expertly accomplish the mission of their respective department or agency. Competitors participate, with appropriate supervisorial approval, during work or duty hours. CISA encourages participating departments and agencies to qualify the preparation for, and the participation in, the President’s Cup as “Advanced Technical Training” for their workforce.
Each competitor is encouraged to incorporate their participation into their Individual Development Plans and/or Performance Plans. If your department or agency allows, CISA provides suggested draft language (.pdf, 116KB).
Watch Walkthroughs and Playthroughs of the 2022 President’s Cup Challenges
Want to learn more about the behind-the-scenes efforts to bring the competition to life and how competitors solved these unique challenges? Watch walkthroughs of everything from the 2022 finals on CISA's YouTube page: