Students register themselves for CyberStart America, so there is no requirement for teachers to register themselves to allow their students to play.
However, we have a separate pool of licenses available for US teachers and advisors who work with high school students, and want to try out the game themselves - we just ask educators to sign up through the educator registration form, rather than the student form. Your access to the game will be exactly the same as your students'.
If you don't want to register for the program, there are several ways for educators to get a preview of what their students will be doing.
- You can view a 10-minute video tour of CyberStart Game here
- If you’re keen to have a go at ethical hacking and password-cracking yourself, you can try our 60-minute CyberStart experience CyberStart Go, featuring similar sorts of challenges to those that your students will face in CyberStart game itself
Anyone not eligible for free access to the game through CyberStart America (e.g. if you don't work with high school students in the USA) is welcome to sign up for a commercial license at cyberstart.com.