The McLean, Va.-based company signed a two-year agreement with the International Council of Electronic Commerce Consultants Foundation, which created the CyberLympics.
CyberLympics attracts participants from around the world and aims to unify global cyber defense capabilities.
Teams from Africa, Asia, Australia, Europe, North and South America will be initially tested on cyber defense, offense and forensics remotely.
Select participants will be invited to the final competition, occurring between Oct. 29 and Oct. 31, 2012 at the Hacker Halted Conference in Miami.
An ICF International team took second place at the 2011 edition of the global competition through demonstrating the company’s portfolio of cybersecurity, identity management and protection of data and intellectual property offerings.