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Piratica Is Back at Hack For Troops’ Fundraising Event

Katzcy's Jessica Gulick Talks Cybersecurity as an Esport on OODAcast

The US Cyber Games: More Important For Humanity Than The Olympics

The Financial Times is running a special report on Women in Technology and the ingenuity behind achieving gender balance in the industry. In this article they focus on the cultural image of cybersecurity and how to change the stereotype.

Cyber KnockOut at RSAC 2021

RESTON, Va., April 19, 2021 -- Cyber Gaming plays a critical role in building a strong workforce and helping individuals. PlayCyber, dedicated to cyber as a sport, announced the 4 day, virtual...

US Cyber Games Launches a Cyber Open and Combine to Find the Best Cybersecurity Athletes for the Inaugural US Cyber Team

Government and corporations team to launch a nationwide search for top talent in cybersecurity

Virtual Cyber Carnival Kicks off

For Cybersecurity Awareness Month in October 2020, Katzcy hosted  a new initiative to encourage the public to play and learn with cyber games. In the DARK Reading article, learn about Katzcy's...

October Virtual Cyber Carnival Promotes Cybersecurity Awareness Through a Variety of Cyber Games

RESTON, Va., Sept. 29, 2020 /PRNewswire/ -- Katzcy, a woman-owned small business dedicated to growth hacking and cyber as a sport, today announced the inaugural month-long, virtual Cyber Carnival...

"Events for Gamers" Interviews Jessica Gulick About Competitive Gaming

The Financial Times is running a special report on Women in Technology and the ingenuity behind achieving gender balance in the industry. In this article they focus on the cultural image of cybersecurity and how to change the stereotype.

For the Love of the Game

Jessica Gulick, Katzcy founder and CEO, is a featured guest blogger on the eForensics Magazine’s blog. She shares her experience with cyber competitions and how they can help develop tomorrow’s cybersecurity workforce as well as working with the Cybersecurity Education (NICE) Working Group.