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NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL

CYBER CHALLENGE

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HELP SUPPORT THE NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL CYBER CHALLENGE

Support from industry partners is critical to the success of this event, to ensure that any student, regardless of geographic location  or economic ability, can participate. 

PARTICIPATING STATES:

Missouri, Illinois, West Virginia, Maryland & Oklahoma 

State recruiting is still in process!

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EVENT TIMELINE:

Round 0 APRIL – JULY, 2019

An online resource that can be utilized by parents, instructors and administrators as cybersecurity warm-ups, supplements to curriculum, and more. Round Zero is an unscored challenge, and is open to  unlimited participants.

 

Round 1 – October, 2019

A four-day online challenge that will focus on networks, programming, operating systems and hacking skills. This round is open to 10-30 teams from each participating state.

 

Round 2 November, 2019

The National Championship features a virtual exercise designed to  test teams’ skills with an intensive, timed series of cybersecurity challenges. The top 10 highest scoring teams from Round One will participate in Round Two.

REGISTRATION COMING SOON!

For more information on the Security+ Bootcamp certification, please visit the Pinckney Cyber Training Institute course offerings here.

WE NEED YOUR SUPPORT

Learn more about how your organization can support economic development, cyber readiness and the talent pipeline today!

WHY PARTICIPATE?

This competition is developed by Merit Network and the Michigan Cyber Range. It is facilitated by the Quilt, a consortium of non-profit regional research and education networks who collaborate to develop, deploy and operate advanced cyber infrastructure that enables innovation in research and education.

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