More than 200
It's the latest edition of the annual Cyber Defense Competitions at
It will be the largest single
"It's very chaotic," Jacobson said. "There will be computers and students everywhere."
The competitions are made possible by ISEAGE, the Internet-Scale Event and Attack Generation Environment developed at
The contest features teams of four to eight students of all ages and majors. There will be freshmen and graduate students, engineers and students from the liberal arts and sciences. Jacobson said there's even a crash course designed to get new students ready to compete.
All the students will need to be prepared for a challenge. They'll be up against cyber security professionals from some industry partners of
"This is all designed to get students excited about cyber security," Jacobson said. "Yes, this is a great way to get them to learn. But this is also meant to be fun. There's a party atmosphere. The students love the chaotic nature of it. They're not bored."
The competition is managed by
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