• Student Organizations

  • Girls Who Code

    Girls Who Code is on a mission to close the gender gap in technology and to change the image of what a programmer looks like and does.

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  • WiCyS

    Women in CyberSecurity (WiCyS) is the premier organization with international reach dedicated to bringing together women in cybersecurity from academia, research and industry to share knowledge, experience, networking and mentoring.

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  • CyberPatriot

    CyberPatriot the National Youth Cyber Education Program created by the Air Force Association (AFA) to inspire K-12 students toward careers in cybersecurity or other science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) disciplines critical to our nation's future. ​

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  • Girls Go CyberStart Club

    Learn ethical hacking, forensics and Linux for free! High school girls will master new skills while working their way through a vast online training game and battling for cash prizes! Take part on your own or join a Club to compete alongside friends.

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  • Annual Competitions

  • Katzcy Cyber Games

    Katzcy Cyber Games and Esports is dedicated to bringing together and inspiring the very best cybersecurity athletes, building a stronger and more diverse community by delivering the world’s most exciting cyber games experience.

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  • President's Cup

    The President’s Cup Cybersecurity Competition is a national cyber event aiming to identify, challenge, and reward the best cybersecurity talent in the federal workforce.

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  • High School Capture the Flag | HSCTF

    HSCTF is an international online hacking competition designed to educate high schoolers in computer science. Teams of up to 5 students will be challenged to crack codes, reverse engineer, design algorithms, and master the internet.

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  • picoCTF

    picoCTF is a free computer security game with original educational content built on a capture-the-flag framework created by security and privacy experts at Carnegie Mellon University.

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