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Frederick V.W.

Captain of TeamLU
I can remember, I have liked to build and break stuff, including solving puzzles. After having done an internship in a security team during my bachelor, I decided to pursue security in my master's degree and now start looking for jobs.

Adrien B.

I am a dedicated Cybersecurity student with a strong passion for digital safety and data protection. Always eager to explore the latest security protocols and technologies, and committed to pursuing a career in the fast-paced, ever-evolving cybersecurity landscape.

Frank B.

I am passionate about using software in ways it was not intended. I'm always trying to break stuff and pushing things to their limits. My particular focus lies in the area of web security and all aspects of offensive security, including penetration testing and red teaming. I am enthusiastic about acquiring new skills and expertise and I'm always eager to learn new things. I have a bachelor's degree in Computer Science & Engineering and I am currently in my second year of my master's in Cybersecurity at TUDelft in the Netherlands. After my studies, I plan on pursuing a career in Cybersecurity.

Pol T.

I first gained an interest in cybersecurity 4 years ago during the first LCSC and since then have only honed my skills in the field, leading to a Bachelor in Cybersecurity from the University of Warwick and employment in Threat Intelligence for a year now. The aspect in cybersecurity I personally enjoy the most is hunting threat actors, figuring out their TTPs and ultimately identifying them and having them arrested. Having a tangible impact by protecting people and researching espionage activities by the most capable organizations in the world motivates me to keep improving my skills and turning up to work. I am able to use these talents in the Luxembourgish team, focussing on Reversing and Forensics challenges, through which I have won the "Most promising young talent" award four times. I'm excited to keep supporting the Luxembourgish cyber ecosystem, by participating in the national team or by helping keep the national infrastructure protected from malicious actors

Adam H.

I currently study a bachelor in computer science at EPFL, planning to study cybersecurity for my masters there too. I am very passionate about cybersecurity in general, but more specifically about reverse engineering, low-level security and physical security.

Jaak W.

Early during my studies in Informatics at Vienna University of Technology, I had first contact points with security in computer science. Over the years, I developed a strong passion for the broad field of cybersecurity and am particularly interested in web security, being fascinated by the interaction between users, webservers and malicious actors. I love competing with and against like-minded people in so-called Capture-The-Flag competitions and I am looking forward to building the Luxembourgish cybersecurity community.

Olivier B.

I'm a Master student studying Cyber Security in Zurich. I am mostly interested in cryptography and I find it fascinating how it can be used to keep our sensitive data both private and secure.

Philipp F.

I'm currently pursuing my studies in informatics at the University of Reims. As an enthusiastic learner in the field, I love exploring the vast field of technology and its practical applications. With a keen interest in cybersecurity, I am driven by the evolving challenges and opportunities it presents, fueling my motivation to keep up with the latest trends.

Mika B.

Currently pursuing a degree in Computer Science at the University of Luxembourg, I have always been fascinated in the ever-evolving field of cybersecurity. This sector is full of daily unique challenges and fuels my curiosity to dive into the various parts of the ecosystem. I am particularly passionate about threat intelligence, data privacy and digital forensics - areas where we can see the impact of our digital footprints. In my free time I enjoy working on my side projects and staying up-to-date with the latest news and technologies in this field, preparing myself for new challenges.

Henri A.

I currently study Quantum Technology at Aalto University in Finland. Cybersecurity and computer science in general as well as electronics have interested me for years, and during my free time I work on projects related to computer graphics and occasionally physics. Capture the flag competitions caught my interest around 2018, and since then I have actively dug deeper into how computers do (and sometimes don't) work down at the hardware level.

Mike L.

  • Coach of the Luxembourgish CTF Team
  • President of the non-profit Cybersecurity community LetzPwn
  • Penetration tester for the CERT gouvernemental
  • Always happy to help :)

Mark L.

I am a teacher for ICT and I am the program coordinator of a higher education training program in Cybersecurity offered at the Lycée Guillaume Kroll. I aim to attracting more young people to cybersecurity trainings and careers. Before entering the education profession, I gained in-depth technical knowledge and experience in IT infrastructure and security. I act as a team coach for the Luxembourg team as well as an ECSC steering committee Member.

Antoine B.

I am currently pursuing a BTS in Cybersecurity at LGK. During my free time, I dedicate a significant amount of effort to expanding my knowledge in offensive security through platforms like Tryhackme and Hackthebox. I earned the Google Cybersecurity Analyst Certification in my free time outside of my coursework, which highlights my motivation and dedication to furthering my skills in this field. I am consistently enthusiastic about exploring new areas and embracing the rapid advancements in this field, which is why I am particularly interested in this ever-evolving profession. If you want to see some of my projects, feel free to check my web portfolio: https://sites.google.com/view/baudetantoine/

Mathis F.

I am currently studying Informatics at the Technical University of Munich. My interest in Cybersecurity was sparked quite recently when I got introduced to the topic last semester at a university course. Since then, I started taking more and more courses revolving around Network Security, Hardware Security and Cryptography and I started participating in Capture the Flags. What really fascinates me about cybersecurity is that every challenge feels like a scavenger hunt: Looking for clues about the system, trying to make sense out of them, recognizing flaws and ultimately crafting exploits for the found vulnerabilities.

Rafael F.

I’m a cybersecurity enthusiast, with a background in electronics and a graduate of a BTS program currently pursuing my studies in informatics at the University of Reims. I got interested in cybersecurity when I started learning IT and electronics.

Rui N.

Enthusiastic and motivated student in BTS Cybersecurity at Lycée Guillaume Kroll Esch/Alzette with problem-solving skills and strong team spirit.

Daniel M.

I recently graduated from the European School Luxembourg 1, and I am starting a degree in Mathematics at Imperial College London. What interests me the most in Cybersecurity is understanding different programs (especially encryption algorithms) and finding a way to break them.

Call for Sponsors!

During the LCSC2023 finals held on July 15, participants had the opportunity to experience the national CyberRange of the Luxembourg Directorate of Defence and were challenged to solve security-related tasks in various domains such as attack/defense, web security, forensics, reverse engineering, and more.

Out of the participants, the top ten have been selected to form the national team representing Luxembourg in the upcoming European Cybersecurity Challenge in Hamar, Norway from October 24 to 27, 2023.

By participating in the European Cybersecurity Challenge, TeamLU has the opportunity to network, collaborate, and compete against other European teams and guest countries. The team's performance has been consistently improving over the years, as this will be their third participation.

TeamLU Needs Your Support

Comprised of ten young men aged between 18 and 24, along with two coaches, TeamLU requires your support. Being selected to participate in the European Cybersecurity Challenge, which gathers the best talents in Europe, not only offers an enjoyable experience but also serves as a significant motivator for these individuals to pursue a career in cybersecurity.

Let's make it happen!

You can support the team through a sponsorship of 1.500€ which includes the following benefits:

  • Display of your logo on all digital promotional materials such as the website and social media, along with being recognized as a sponsor.
  • Placement of your logo on the team's jerseys.
  • Inclusion of a link from the LCSC website to your own website.
  • Display of your logo at the CSWL Gala & Awards Night event

If you give more, you get more! Contact info [at] lhc.lu for a tailored package.

By the way:

logo-letzpwn if you want to meet the LU CTF/Cybersec Community, get in contact with LetzPwn