the university of Hawaii-West Oahu cyber security students Hawaii State Senate and National Security Agency (NSA) and hmm West Oahu Cybersecurity Coordination Center and Red Team Awards Ceremony on March 9th.
“We are honoring our highly talented and accomplished students for their achievements and inviting several Cyber Security Center graduates who are currently working hard to protect critical state and national services. Did.” Matt ChapmanProfessor of Computer Science and Cybersecurity hmm West Oahu“Putting this group together was very exciting for me personally. It allowed students and alumni to come together and share their experiences and achievements.”
of Hawaii State Senate awards 2022 members hmm West Oahu Red team with a certificate sponsored by Senator Michelle Kidani.of NSA recognized hmm West Oahu For team participation in the National Centers of Academic Excellence NSA Cyber exercises in April 2022.
of hmm West Oahu The red team consists of captains Anthony Eich, Casey Kwada, Christopher Lopez, Jonathan Means, Chad Miura, Nina Pandia, Brendon Saliskey And Chapman as a coach.
“we, Hawaii State Senate,” Chapman said. “Senator Kitani has sponsored this effort and how grateful the entire Senate is for honoring the talented and hardworking students who will play a major role in defending our nation from cyber threats. Words can’t describe it.”
Each year, over 10,000 students from over 500 colleges and over 100 high schools participate in the National Cyber League (NCL) competition to identify hackers from forensic data, test students’ skills in pentesting (penetration testing) and auditing vulnerable websites, recovering from ransomware attacks, and more.
of hmm West Oahu Our cybersecurity program currently ranks 14th. NCL Ranked 7th in the Western region in the overall university power ranking. These rankings represent a student’s ability to perform real-world cybersecurity tasks on the Cyber Skyline platform and are based on top team performance, student individual performance, and student overall performance.
Additionally, Red Team member Means ranks as one of the top 100 students in the country with a pool of over 7,000 competitors.
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