MCISSE CyberPatriot

Learn how to form your own team of Hometown Cyber Heroes

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MCISSE CyberPatriot CON

Conference Information

 

May 3rd, from 9am-2pm we will have a celebration for the current students from across Michigan that have battled in the 11th season of CyberPatriot. These kids went head-to-head against over 5000 teams virtually.   We come together to celebrate over 500 Michigan "Hometown Cyber Heroes" on the campus of the University of Detroit Mercy the founding member of MCISSE.


The day will start off with an award ceremony for the students, coaches and mentors. Lunch will be provided and afternoon workshops will continue until 2:00pm. The afternoon breaks into two tracks, one for the students and one for parents, adults and industry partners interested in becoming mentors and supporting the growth of this program in Michigan.


Students will learn about the varied education and career tracks in Cybersecurity, some pointers to improve their teams success next fall and play some fun games to liven up the day.


The adult track will cover the nuts-n-bolts of the CyberPatriot Program, educational programs available for this field, the many career tracks in Cybersecurity and much, much more.


To register individually or to sponsor a team(s) please go to:  MCISSECyberPatroitCON


MI Coaches Registration

All Michigan teams that participated in the 11th Season of the CyberPatriot Competition are invited to this FREE Event!  Follow the Button below to register your team(s).                          


Team Registration

Our Celebration Partners

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About The MCISSE CyberPatriot Program

Virtual Cybersecurity Nationwide Competition

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   Of special interest to this group is the expansion of the CyberPatriot program across the Midwest. The aim of this program is to ensure that we have a steady stream of young people entering the field of Cyber Security!   
So don’t miss the opportunity to shape the future in the Midwest by helping us spread the word and support these efforts. 

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Junior High Open Division

​​​​CyberPatriot the National Youth Cyber Education Program created by the Air Force Association (AF

 

​​​​CyberPatriot the National Youth Cyber Education Program created by the Air Force Association (AFA) to inspire students toward careers in cybersecurity or other science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) disciplines critical to our nation's future. ​ Jr. High Students only compete against other Jr. High Students from across the country.

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High School Open Division

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 At the center of CyberPatriot is the National Youth Cyber Defense Competition. The competition puts teams of high school  in the position of newly hired IT professionals tasked with managing the network of a small company. In the rounds of competition, teams are given a set of virtual images that represent operating systems and are tasked with finding cybersecurity vulnerabilities within the images and hardening the system while maintaining critical services.  Teams compete for the top placement within their state and region, and the top teams in the nation earn all-expenses paid trips to Baltimore, MD for the National Finals Competition where they can earn national recognition and scholarship money.​ 

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Other CyberPatriot Programs

Summer Camps across Michigan

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Through the AFA CyberCamp program, schools and educational organizations can purchase a curriculum kit consisting of five four-hour instruction modules, accompanying instructor's guides, student workbooks, demonstration software, and Competition software that will teach students important skills in cyber safety and cybersecurity. The 20-hour curriculum is designed to be completed over five days, with the fifth day serving as a day of mini-Competition. All sessions are Monday through Friday, with Friday being the mini-Competition day. ​​

AFA CyberCamps are available in two formats: Standard and Advanced.  Standard AFA CyberCamps teach beginner students the basics while Advanced AFA CyberCamps incorporates more complex concepts geared towards students who have previously​ participated in a CyberCamp or participated on a CyberPatriot team.

Camp Info

Cyber Generations Program

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  The CyberGenerations program covers basic topics of and provides additional resources which can help our seniors identify potential cyberattacks directed at them or their loved ones.  

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K-5 Awareness Games

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The CyberPatriot Elementary School Cyber Education Initiative (ESCEI) is a set of three fun, interactive learning modules aimed at increasing grade K-6 students’ awareness of online safety and cyber​security principles. 

Like other CyberPatriot programs, the ESCEI aims to excite students about STEM education and careers by teaching them about cybersecurity in an engaging way. 

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Become a Coach or Mentor

Events & Links

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MCISSE CyberPatriot "Hometown Hero" Con

Celebrating the 11th Season of CyberPatriot with the Michigan teams, coaches, mentors and sponsors, by invitation only.  May 3, 2019

2019 Summer Camps

Multiple locations and dates over the Summer of 2019.  Check back after May 10, 2019.

Midwest CISSE Chapter

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Cybercrime Support Network

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MCISSE becomes a AFA Center of Excellence

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