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  • Track: Main Channel: Friday 10/09 @ 1200-1255 PDT
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This is going to be a talk that dives into our experiences with running a cyber security competition training for local high school students. While it will contain a few jokes and memes, it will cover the ins and outs of how we were able to build a fun and engaging environment despite limited resources. Told from the perspective of university students who constantly seek out and participate in cyber competitions as well as CTF events, the objective of this talk will be to share our experiences giving back to local communities as well as sharing the knowledge/techniques that we have learned along the way.

Silas is an experienced undergraduate cyber security specialist with a demonstrated history of working in the information technology industry. Professional experience in system administration, incident response, digital forensics, threat mitigation, technical support, and penetration testing.

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Jimmy is an undergraduate student interested in computer science and cybersecurity. He has participated in various cybersecurity competitions including CyberPatriot and CTF contests. Additionally, he has submitted security vulnerabilities to companies such as Google.

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I am a student at Cal Poly Pomona studying cybersecurity. I am interested in Linux, digital privacy issues, and The Smiths!

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