CU Cyber is a student led organization that focuses on the technical and social aspects of cyber security.
Our mission is to provide students with unique opportunities to compete in cybersecurity competitions, develop security skills, learn advanced tools and techniques, and network with industry partners. Our goal is to educate and prepare students for careers as cybersecurity professionals.
2018 PCDC First Place; Team Members: Nick Bulischeck, Max Harley, Foster McLane, Weston Belk, Andrew Samuels, and Carson Sallis
2018 PDFC First Place; Team Members: Nick Bulischeck, Max Harley, and Foster McLane
2018 PDFC Second Place; Team Members: Kyle Wolfe, Weston Belk, and Nathan Gantt
2018 SECCDC Regional Competition Team Members: Nick Bulischeck, Max Harley, Weston Belk, Andrew Samuels, Carson Sallis, Kenneth Simpson, and Kyle Wolfe
2017 PCDC Runner Up; Team Members: Nick Bulischeck, Max Harley, Foster McLane, Weston Belk, Andrew Samuels, and Mackenzie Binns; Our former president, Mackenzie Binns, again took MVP of the competition!
2016 PCDC First Place; Team Members: Spencer Provost, Peter Schatteman, Nick Bulischeck, Mackenzie Binns, Foster McLane, Tyler Bautista; Our former president, Mackenzie Binns, took MVP of the competition!
We accomplish these goals by training in simulated environments that allow us to practice successfully securing computer systems utilizing real world strategies and competing in cybersecurity capture the flag competitions. While we teach offensive techniques these are not meant to be applied maliciously or without permission, they are taught so that defensive solutions are more comprehensive.
CU Cyber meetings are held Thursdays at 7pm in the Watt Family Innovation Center room 106.
We will cover security topics and tools in these meetings that can be applied to your professional and daily life.
Opportunities may arise throughout the year for guests to attend meetings and provide insight on current security issues and events.
There will be several opportunities during the semester for students to travel to security competitions. This will provide students with the experience of competing against peers from other schools.