The Maryland Cyber Challenge and Conference (MDC3) will provide an opportunity for students and professionals to network in a fun environment while participating in exciting games and learning about computer safety and cybersecurity skills. MDC3 teams of up to six players will compete in one of three categories: high school, college and university, and industry professionals. High school teams will focus on cyber defense techniques whereas college, university and professional teams will compete in a capture the flag match.
Students must be enrolled at a Maryland high school, college, or university. Professionals’ employers must have an office in Maryland and must be either a company or government agency. This summerÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s final free Maryland Cyber Challenge orientation session will be held Thursday, August 25th at UMBC.
- Professional Session: 4:30 Ã¢â‚¬â€œ 5:30pm
- High School & College Session: 6 Ã¢â‚¬â€œ 7pm
Who should attend an orientation session?
Students, parents, teachers, administrators, cybersecurity professionals or anyone who wants to learn more about MDC3.
Why should I attend an orientation session?
To learn more about MDC3, including rules, format, scoring and CyberNEXSÃ¢â€žÂ¢, the system used during the competition.
Where are the orientation sessions?
The UMBC Technology Center, Main Seminar Room 1450 South Rolling Road Halethorpe, MD 21224