The National Cyber League Challenge is an online defensive and offensive puzzle-based, capture-the-flag style cyber security competition.
If you are interested in learning about cyber security in a hands-on and fun way, this may be a great opportunity for you.
You will use ethical hacking to dig into open source intelligence, crack passwords, decrypt data, analyze network traffic and logs, and explore coding strategies.
Dr. Wendy Ford, Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Note: The NCL challenges are based on industry-based certification exam objectives and include the following content: Open Source Intelligence, Scanning, Enumeration and Exploitation, Password Cracking, Traffic Analysis, Log Analysis, Wireless Security, Cryptography, and Web Application Security. Ethical hacking is a key priority.
Students Show Their Skills in NCL Challenge - Fall 2018
Congratulations to the following Computer Information Systems students for their excellent performance in the National Cyber League Fall 2018 Challenge Competition: Michael Deangkinay, Opeyemi Alao, Shaiful Alam, Brae Coston-Clark, and Simon Li.
The students, under the direction of faculty coach Dr. Wendy Ford, trained independently and as a team to prepare for the competition. Overall, 15 QCC students participated in the NCL Challenge on November 2 - 4, 2018.