The Oklahoma Cup competition spans three months and is comprised of three rounds. Each round of the tournament includes virtual machine images of various operating systems such as Windows Desktop, Windows Server, Linux Desktop, and Cisco Packet tracers. Teams consisting of two to six members have a two-day window to compete in each round, with a three-hour time limit to advance.
The focus of the competition is on identifying and correcting vulnerabilities, securing settings, eliminating malware, and answering forensic questions.
The event is divided into three categories: middle school, high school, and adult. More than 90 teams entered the competition. Central Tech’s Network Security & Administration (NSA) classes entered both the high school and adult categories, placing 2nd and 3rd in high school and 2nd in adult.
Central Tech was well represented at the awards banquet, in attendance with the NSA students were instructors Nick Gaunt, Dustin Ford, and Brian Babcock, Superintendent Kent Burris, Assistant Superintendent LaDonna Gear, Campus Director Shane Bruce, Assistant Campus Director Daniel McEntire, and Representative John Talley.
Applications are currently open for the 2023-2024 NSA class.
Central Tech finishes 12th and 35th in The CyberPatriot National Youth Cyber Education Program semifinals. The 12th place team, known as 3-Dmes, advances to the national competition in Washington D.C. on March 19-23, 2020, where they will compete for the title of National Champion, for scholarships, and for other national recognition. To qualify for nationals’ teams must place in the top twelve in the nation.
Learn to build and repair computers, tablets, and smartphones. Acquire the skills to network (connect) devices from you to your friends, and around the world, while learning to secure (protect) information. Create your own e-commerce store, earn certifications, work with real clients, learn virtual computing, build web servers, and remove viruses.
Central Tech is proud to announce the NSA CyberPatriot Team earned a spot as a national finalist in the CyberPatriot National Youth Cyber Defense Competition. The competition will be held April 2-6, 2017 in Baltimore, MD. “CyberPatriot is an excellent opportunity for students to learn how to solve real world problems using real world solutions. ...