The national team performed well at the European Cybersecurity Challenge

The European Cybersecurity Challenge (ECSC) took place in Vienna from September 13-16, 2022 and saw the participation of 33 nations. The team from Luxembourg, LetzPwn, made a remarkable effort and finished 26th. The team also took the 3rd place in the openECSC tournament held alongside the ECSC. This article outlines the team’s journey, their supporters, and the community behind them. 

LetzPwn team challenge

LetzPwn – Team Luxembourg, finished 26th out of 33 nations after a two-day challenge.
You can get the full results here.
For further specifics regarding the contest see here.

Journey at the European Cybersecurity Challenge 

LetzPwn team at work

Source: The LetzPwn Community 

The team of 10 young cybersecurity experts represented Luxembourg at the ECSC and finished 26th out of 33 nations after a two-day challenge. 

In the concurrent openECSC tournament, Team Luxembourg came in third place. 

You can get the full results here. 

The team’s participation was made possible with the support of their sponsors and partners, including CGIE, Excellium,, Lycée Guillaume Kroll, passbolt, Rsecure, WorldSkills Luxembourg, Ministère des Affaires étrangères et européennes – Directorat de la Défense, and SECURITYMADEIN.LU. 

About LetzPwn 

LetzPwn is a community that helps people learn about cybersecurity, regardless of their skill or age. 

The community provides first steps into the cybersecurity world for interested individuals. 

To enhance the team’s skills, they participate in Capture the Flag (CTF) competitions, where solving cybersecurity-related riddles earns points. 

The community is mainly hosted on Discord and is free and easy to join. 

About is the computer emergency response team of the Government of the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg. 

The service manages cyber-security incidents affecting Luxembourg, its citizens, and its economy. is the single point of contact for all computer-related incidents jeopardizing the government’s information systems and critical infrastructure operators in Luxembourg. 

Incidents not related to’s constituency are forwarded to other appropriate CSIRTs. 


LuxHosting is proud to host the LetzPwn’s website and congratulates the talented team for their efforts. The LetzPwn community and its supporters play a crucial role in promoting cybersecurity education and awareness in Luxembourg.