The 2019 California Cyber Innovation Challenge
The winners of the 2019 California Cyber Innovation Challenge!
1st Place: North Hollywood High School — Mendenhall
2nd Place: Troy High School — TroyTechSupport
3rd Place: Granada Hills Charter High School — Granada1
1st Place: Del Norte High School — CyberAegis Zelos
2nd Place: TriValley CoderDojo
An Immersive Cyber Arena
The CCI is excited to announce the 2019 California Cyber Innovation Challenge (CCIC)! The CCIC is a statewide high school cybersecurity competition designed to introduce more students to cybersecurity as a future course of study and career.
Based on Cal Poly’s “Learn by Doing” motto, the CCIC is conducted through live-immersive environments that represent real world scenarios. Engage with and support the next generation in their discovery of the bountiful careers and opportunities in cybersecurity.
Who can participate?
The CCIC is open to all California high and middle schools. The event will feature 32 high school teams competing in two divisions selected from the regional qualifying rounds and an "At-Large" application process. The first division is for more experienced clubs and the second division is for middle schools and other teams that are newer to this type of exercise.
What are the challenges?
This year’s competition will highlight the challenges associated with securing healthcare information and medical devices. This critical area is steadily growing in importance as we continue to push the boundaries in medical technology versus the looming cyber threats that face the medical community. Many key leaders from the State of California, as well as the medical community, will be in attendance.
Working collaboratively as a digital forensics investigative team, the students must collect and analyze a combination of digital and physical evidence in order to stop a healthcare themed cyber plot. Competitors will use state-of-the-art forensics tools to extract and collect digital evidence. Using a combination of technical, analytical and persuasive skills, each team must then “prove their case” to a panel of expert judges.
To learn more, contact Danielle Borrelli at 805.756.1341 or firstname.lastname@example.org.