WASHINGTON — The "Credit Union Extreme Hacker Challenge" will be offered at the 2008 NAFCU Technology and Security Conference in Las Vegas on Feb. 25-28.

"Following a background briefing, attendees will break up into teams for a 'capture-the-flag'-type competition, with increasingly difficult targets. In essence, attendees will have a chance to–legally–be hackers for a day," said David Frankil, president of NAFCU Services Corp.

Tom DeSot, chief compliance officer at Texas-based Digital Defense, will be running the competition.

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