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Texas A&M students win regional cyber defense competition
Published: March 26, 2012
Texas A&M won the Southwest Regional Collegiate Cyber Defense Competition (CCDC) by defending a pretend IT department run amuck. They had to protect against attacks from representatives of the Department of Defense and restore a balanced business atmosphere.
“We have been training since the fall,” said Texas A&M coach Travis Carr. “We not only honed skills for the competition, but practiced teamwork skills as well.”
Just like pro scouts attend college basketball games, companies were there scouting and recruiting students to work in their technology departments.
Gerry Creager worked hard with a team of planners to organize the Southwest Regional Competition this year. Approximately 100 students competed, representing 12 universities in the region.
Texas A&M will compete in the national competition in San Antonio April 20-22. Congratulations to the team members listed below.
Last Modified: March 26, 2012