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UCF C3 Team wins $10,000 Grand Prize at Raymond James Invitational

October 4, 2021
Congratulations to UCF C3 Team members Cameron Whitehead (MS-DF), Caitlin Whitehead (MS-DF), Jeffrey DiVincent (JR-CS), and Matthew McKeever (SO-CS) and their coach, Dr. Tom Nedorost, for winning the 2021 Raymond James Invitational CTF on Saturday, October 2nd.

UCF C3 Team wins Aviation ISAC Collegiate CTF

September 28, 2021
Two UCF student teams finished 1st and 4th place in the 2021 Aviation ISAC Collegiate CTF Competition on Monday, September 27th. The students are all members of the UCF Collegiate Cybersecurity Competition (C3) Team and members of Hack@UCF.

UCF C3 Team wins CCDC National Championship!

April 30, 2021
UCF C3 Team wins CCDC National Championship! April 30, 2021 Congratulations to the UCF Collegiate Cybersecurity Competition Team and their coach, Dr. Tom Nedorost, for winning the 2021 Collegiate Cyber Defense Competition National Championship.  This is the 4th time UCF has claimed the National Championship in this annual competition.  More details about UCF’s team and…

UCF C3 Team Wins CCDC At Large Regional Competition

April 2, 2021
UCF’s Collegiate Cybersecurity Competition (C3) Team won the 2021 At Large Collegiate Cyber Defense Competition held virtually on March 27th & 28th. This is the 8th time UCF has won their regional event in the 9 years UCF has competed.

UCF Takes Second Place in the Maryland Cyber Challenge

March 25, 2021
UCF placed 2nd in the Maryland Cyber Challenge on March 24, 2021. The competition tested cyber skills in 10 categories: Encoding/Encryption, File Analysis, Forensics/Hard Disks, Log Analysis, Malware Analysis/Reverse Engineering, Network Captures/Wireless, Open Source Intelligence, Passwords/Hashing, Scanning/Exploitation, Virtual Machines.

UCF IT Graduate Finishes 2nd in The Nation

November 20, 2020
Michael Roberts (a current MS in digital forensics student and, UCF IT graduate) finished second in the nation at the 2020 DOE CyberForce Competition hosted by Argonne National Laboratory.