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RIT wins national cyber defense competition




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RIT’s cyber defense team took home the first-place trophy for the first time ever at the 2013 National Collegiate Cyber Defense Competition in April in San Antonio. During the two-day competition, teams work to fend off cyber attacks while also completing other tasks.


The RIT student team is made up of Scott Smith, a fourth-year computing security student from Orchard Park, N.Y.; Bryan Delaney, a networking and system administration graduate student from Brecksville, Ohio; Cory Baker, a fourth-year computing security student from Akron, N.Y.; Stanley Chan, a third-year computing security student from Brooklyn, N.Y.; Lucas Duffey, a fourth-year computing security student from Seekonk, Mass.; Brian Seifert, a third-year computing security student from Norwood, N.Y.; Bryan Harmat, a second-year computing security student from Worcester, Mass.; and Benjamin Andrews, a computing security graduate student from Harpursville, N.Y.

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