Visit with General Nakasone

Commander of USCYBERCOM and Director of the NSA

2022 RMCCDC

UCD Cyber Team getting ready for the competition!

Women in Cybersecurity Event

Industry leaders talk about their experiences in IT

National Cybersecurity Management Case Competition - 1st place!

ISACA Denver Chapter

Case Study Cyber Competition Team 1st Place!

ISACA Denver Chapter

Case Study Cyber Competition Team 2nd Place!

 


Program News

Feature Article: CU Denver’s TransAmerica Cyber Team Places Second at the 2022 Rocky Mountain Collegiate Cyber Defense Competition

April 15, 2022:
University of Colorado Denver (UCD) cyber students took 1st place in the National Cybersecurity Management Case Competition beating out other teams from across the country in the qualifying round and then the final round. 

March 26, 2022:
The University of Colorado Denver (UCD) Cyber Team - TransAmerica Cyber Adepts, placed 2nd in the 2022 Rocky Mountain Cyber Defense Competition. A total of eight teams from schools in Colorado, Utah, and Kansas took part in the event where students must defend their network from a red team attack. The competition lasts for 16 hours over 2 days. The team moved on to the wildcard round on April 6th, where they faced other 2nd places finishers from across the country. They did a fantastic job with this year's competitions!

February 26, 2022:
The University of Colorado Denver (UCD) Cyber Team - TransAmerica Cyber Adepts, is one of eight teams to advance from the preliminary round to the regional qualifier of the 2022 Rocky Mountain Cyber Defense Competition. A total of fourteen teams from schools in Colorado, Utah, Kansas, Nebraska, and Wyoming took part in the event where students must defend their network from a red team attack. 

January 11, 2022:
The University of Colorado Denver (UCD) is one of four universities in Colorado to be accepted into the United States Cyber Command (USCYBERCOM) Academic Engagement Network. The goal of the new partnership is to improve and sustain joint efforts to meet cyberspace educational requirements and workforce needs.


Center Points of Contact

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Joe Murdock, CISSP, CRISC
joseph.murdock@ucdenver.edu
Business School Faculty

"Cyber security has an effect on all of us. Historically, only businesses and larger organizations heavily leveraged information technology in their everyday business processes. That is no longer the case. We all heavily use information technology in our daily lives whether we are shopping and paying bills online, working remotely, or remotely adjusting the temperature in the house while on vacation. Due to many aspects of our lives being constantly connected to the Internet, we need to ensure we are implementing safe cyber security practices. "

 

 

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Ilkyeun Ra, Ph.D.
ilkyeun.ra@ucdenver.edu
Computer Science Faculty


 

 

 

 

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