Mercy College Cybersecurity Program and NSA Center for Academic Excellence
organizes to enhance our student skillsets and cybersecurity leaderships.
The nation's cyber infrastructure depends on well-trained professionals to
strengthen and protect its systems and assets from attacks.
DHS and NSA believes hands-on cyber competitions are a valuable learning method
for all students, regardless of skill level.
Mercy Cybersecurity Program and Mercy Center for Cybersecurity Education
has organized this Cyber Skill Competition since 2015.
Learning: Each of the topics listed below will be guided and instructed by Dr. John Yoon.
Collaboration: Among the students with the same area(s) of research interest,
there will be a collaboration to define problems, design research plans and to implement to
prove their work.
Competition: If there is a common war area among the student works, a direct competition will
be performed. If not, the robustness, the completeness and the soundness of their implementation
will be considered.
Establishing laser communications and Hacking through laser
Establishing microwave radio frequency communications and Hacking them
Investigating media, network and wireless forensics
Attacking internet-based infrastructures
Your input will be very important to the planning.
Please, take a few minutes to answer the following 3 questions.