EKO Innovation Centre All Set for SecureHack 1.0. Closing Ceremony

The SecureHack 1.0 Finale is set to be an unparalleled spectacle, showcasing groundbreaking innovation with top-selected teams vying for the take-home prize.  SecureHack Finale will showcase unprecedented innovation with top-selected teams vying for the take-home prize.

The hackathon, which was launched in February, garnered over 400 registrations from participants to form 100+ teams from 62 locations in 4 countries and across 2 continents. The launch was well attended by innovators, entrepreneurs, policymakers, and security professionals, while many others across the world joined the event virtually.

The teams were split into groups of four and were required to work together for 3 weeks, brainstorming and ideating new concepts based on their focus areas which include cybersecurity, physical security, and biosecurity.

Each team went on to pitch their ideas to a respected jury of experts in the subject matter, and the best teams were selected. The array of mentors and jurors is composed of renowned experts in the hackathon focus areas who are participating in the event and are the industry’s best with decades of experience in cyber security, biosecurity, and physical security.

The best teams with the most viable concepts will go head-to-head at the finale on 15th April for a chance at the ₦2,000,000 prize pool and an acceleration program investment to get their products ready for the market among other benefits.

Secure your spot at the event by registering at securehack.tech/finale taking place on the 15th of April 2023.

Eko Innovation Centre is one of the leading tech hubs in Nigeria, curating events like Art of Technology Lagos, and The Lagos Smart Meter Hackathon amongst others.





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