What is CyberHub?

CyberHub is an initiative provided from the Saudi Federation for Cybersecurity, Programming and Drones to develop the potential students and support the interested clubs in the Cybersecurity field in Saudi universities to match the Saudi labor market needs and aligns with the Saudi Vision 2030 to bridge the gap in the field.

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University students who are interested in the field of Cybersecurity.

What Will CyberHub Provide?

Support the clubs to create projects, research and development in Cybersecurity

Manage CTF competitions between the clubs

Provide the members of the clubs with the required training materials and tools to sharpen their strength in the workforce market

Encourage the clubs to increase the level of awareness in the community about Cybersecurity Field

Offer summer training for talented students in different cyber security companies

Participate in offering job opportunities for the potential candidates

How to Apply


Complete the application form.
Click "Apply Now" button to complete online application.


Check your inbox
You will receive an email includes: user manual and the agenda for CTF competition.


Read the user manual instructions
Get ready to compete in Capture The Flag by exploring the user manual. The user manual designed for beginners.


Start competing
You will start competing with your colleagues in Capture The Flag to solve various challenges in real life. This competition will measure your research knowledge and skills.



Frequently Asked Questions

Yes, the members will get professional certifications in the different fields of Cybersecurity.

No, one student club is allowed for both branches males and females.

Yes, it includes all the university students.

Yes, if the university has branches in different cities.

Yes, the initiative is concerned with enhancing the spirit of competition among student clubs, which increases the efficiency of the clubs' performance.

No, there will be no fees on the students all what they need is the passion to learn.

Yes, the initiative is offering cooperative training through the partners.

No, the initiative is targeting the current university students.