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CyberPatriot V

posted Aug 5, 2012, 10:39 PM by Mon Boonprohm   [ updated Feb 23, 2013, 10:15 AM ]
The McChord team are tied at 315th out of 339 teams in Round 2 all service division with 40 points along with 6 other teams. No team received the maximum 200 points.  Three teams received the highest scores of 190 points.
 
Previously posted on 1 Dec 2012
CyberPatriot competition continues today 1 Dec 2012 for McChord Team.  The objective for Round 2 competition is to secure Windows Vista and Windows 2008 Server.
 
Previously posted on 10 Nov 2012
McChord team placed 176th out of 354 All Services Teams after Round 1 of the competition (2-3 Nov).  5 Civil Air Patrol teams received the perfect score and are in first place along with 7 teams from Army JROTC, Navy JROTC, and Air Force JROTC.  Round 2 of the competition will occur on 30 Nov and 1 Dec.  The team will make necessary preparations to get ready.
 
Previously posted on 3 Nov 2012
On 3 Nov 2012, the team competed in the Round 1 of the competition.  Cadets worked hard to apply what they learned and research on the fly to secure a Windows 7 operating system.  Cadets planned the work and worked the plan while keeping their sights on the objective of the competition.
 
Previously posted on 7 Oct 2012
McChord squadron team is ready to compete for the first time in the US CyberPatriot V. The team is coached by 1st Lt Mon Boonprohm and SM Daniel Alicie. The team consists of C/Capt Sizemore, C/SSgt Gozalo, C/Amn J. Hall, C/Amn Vanderwall, Cadet Linna, and Cadet Kumar. Training material from US CyberPatriot is useful for team preparation as well as general computer users. They are located at https://www.uscyberpatriot.org/CP5/Training.aspx. Following the practices described in the training modules will go a long way toward protecting your computing environment.
 
Previously posted on 5 Aug 2012
McChord squadron is forming a team to compete in the US CyberPatriot V this fall.  CyberPatriot is the premiere national high school cyber defense competition created to inspire high school students toward careers in cybersecurity or other science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) disciplines critical to our nation’s future. Cadets with at least age 13 and in 9th - 12th grade are qualified to participate. 1st Lt Mon Boonprohm will serve as the project officer and team coach.