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DWF's Young Professionals Network: Virtual Escape Room

Date: 25 March 2021, 17:00 - 18:30
Location: Microsoft Teams
Webinar
DWF's Young Professionals Network invites you to join them to "BEAT THE HACKER" in a virtual escape room. When an unknown hacker takes control of your entire IT system, attendees must work in teams against the clock to crack codes, solve puzzles and ultimately "beat the hacker". Each player will receive individual clues to solve the hacker's challenges, so collaboration is essential to stop them erasing your files for good.

Event Details


DWF's Young Professionals Network has teamed up with Green Hat People to bring you a virtual escape room. This has become a popular choice for virtual networking and team building and will be a great opportunity for Young Professionals from all sectors and industries to network and chat in a relaxed (if slightly competitive!) environment.

Please note places are limited and will be allocated on a first come first served basis so please do book your space as soon as possible.

This event is free of charge. 

Agenda 


  • Virtual Arrival – 17:15
  • Virtual Escape Room Activity – 17:30 – 18: 15
  • Networking & winners announced – 18:15 – 18:30

click here to register for the virtual escape room

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