Bletchley Park was the secret home of codebreakers in England during World War II. It was here Alan Turing and his team cracked the "unbreakable" German Enigma code.
The British government needed to find exceptional citizens who could approach problems from many different angles. So they published a crossword puzzle in a newspaper, with clues that tested the lateral thinking skills crucial for success as a codebreaker.
Many of those who solved the puzzle were recruited to join the war effort.
Inspired by the codebreakers at Bletchley Park, we believe in finding the best cyber talent by giving every candidate a chance to show what they can do.