We’re happy to announce that we’re back for the 2022 CyberCamp at UCF! Register today to reserve your seat for the first and only High School Cybersecurity Summer Camp of it’s kind in the US!
We’re sad to announce that our 2020 CyberCamp has be cancelled due to concerns over COVID-19. We will return in 2021![/et_pb_text][/et_pb_column][/et_pb_row][/et_pb_section]
Florida Cyber Alliance would like to issue our congratulations to Security BSides Orlando for an amazing event this year! You’ve come a long way in the past 6 years! What an outstanding event!
We’re back with another CyberCamp at UCF from July 23-26 2018!
CyberCamp is a 4-day cybersecurity day-camp taught by local security professionals. We combine cybersecurity defense education with challenges, contests, and of course, prizes! This event is only open to High School students, and NO EXPERIENCE REQUIRED!
University of Central Florida – July 23-26 2018
Check back soon for registration details!
We’re proud to announce that we are going to be hosting CyberCamp at Daytona State College and the University of Central Florida again this year. Check back on February 27 for registration!
Daytona State College – June 12-15 2017
University of Central Florida – July 24-27 2017
CyberCamp would not be possible without the support of our sponsors. Ww would like to take the time to thank the corporate and individual sponsors who have made this year’s camp possible. Without these sponsors, this opportunity would not be available to the over 100 high school students we searved with this year’s camp.
CyberCamp 2016 Sponsors
With CyberCamp 2015 starting in just four days, we want to put aside our task list and take the time to thank the corporate and individual sponsors who have made this year’s camp possible. Without these sponsors, this opportunity would not be available to the over 60 high school students that are currently looking forward to next week’s camp.
The Florida Cyber Alliance has created a membership structure to help support the community. Our new membership options include a General membership and Student memberships.
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.
|Lee V. Mangold||Jonathan Singer||Michael Zehr|
|James McQuiggan||Mark Parrott||Judd Tracy|
|Laura Mangold||Scott Devault||Scott Gallant|
|Jeff Toth||Jennifer Gomez|