CyberCamp 2014 Recap

We wrapped up CyberCamp 2014 last week at Daytona State College. We were, once again, graciously hosted by the Advanced Cyberforensics Education (ACE) program, under a grant from the National Science Foundation.


This year, 42 high-school students participated in a four day day intensive security training camp. The first three days included classes, labs and challenges designed to challenge students at all levels. The fourth day consisted of a 4 hour team challenge designed to test the students’ abilities to secure machines under typical business stresses.


This year we also added a class, lab and challenge on vulnerability assessment. Vulnerability assessment is a skill that very few students get exposure to until they enter the workforce. Our CyberCamp students not only received general training on Vulnerability assessment, but also got to work hands-on in their own labs to remediate the vulnerabilites vulnerabilities they discovered.


At the completion of the camp, we awarded prizes valued well over $25k this year, including 9 Cisco Video Training packages, courtesy of IT University Online.


More information on our CyberCamps


2014 Sponsors

Individual Sponsors    
Lee V. Mangold Jonathan Singer Michael Zehr
James McQuiggan Mark Parrott Judd Tracy
Laura Mangold Scott Devault Scott Gallant
Jeff Toth Jennifer Gomez  
Corporate Sponsors
IT University Online  Effective Applications, LLC
Dog Willing  Full Impact Pro  Jords Boards