Virtual reality headsets play role in new cyber crime competition
A competition for young up-and-coming cyber security talent in the UK saw virtual reality play an interesting role in the new event.
Competition hopefuls were asked to don a VR headset in an element of the competition, which focuses on tracking down the perpetrator of an 'insider crime'.
The 24 candidates had to use their cyber security and coding skills to rescue the chief exec of a fake energy company, which had been held to ransom by cyber criminals.
Piecing together clues from the scene of...