TCP's student competitors at Wicked6 Championship

TCP BuffOvrFlows win first Wicked6 eSports Cyber Competition

Aug. 9, 2019

The CU Boulder TCP program sent a team of five students to the inaugural Wicked6 eSports Cyber Competition in Las Vegas, NV on Thursday, August 8, 2019. Six schools were named as finalists for the championship round from a national online qualification round. The CU BuffOvrFlows won the competition as...

Camper Gavin Crawford, right, and other campers check out an Enigma Cipher Machine from World War II during a cybersecurity camp Thursday at the St. Vrain Innovation Center in Longmont.

TCP, St. Vrain Schools & Northrop Grumman offer student and educator cybersecurity camps

July 29, 2019

About 70 middle- and high-school students and 30 teachers are spending the week immersed in cybersecurity through camps and a professional development class at the St. Vrain Valley School District’s Innovation Center. “We want to get teachers excited and students excited,” said Jennifer Peyrot, instructional cybersecurity and technology manager at...

Dr. Gifford on 9News

Dr. Gifford interviewed on 9News about 5G concerns and regulations

July 26, 2019

Boulder is concerned about the installation of new 5G cell phone towers. The new 5G towers are smaller and would be placed on things like these lamp posts to blend in. But the tricky question is, will all these towers impact people's health? Watch the interview here.

Dr. Kevin Gifford consulting the Boulder City Council on 5G radiation

Dr. Gifford consults Boulder City Council on 5G regulations

July 24, 2019

Boulder City Council on Tuesday grappled with what regulations, if any, it could implement in response to 5G cell phone technology. Council scheduled a lengthy study session with a panel to learn more about the technology at the urging of community members, in particular those who are concerned about it,...

TCP's D4D students at Founder's Fund

Students compete in national Hacking for Defense contest

July 19, 2019

CU Boulder students were among only six universities invited to present an innovative network security concept in June as part of Starts H4D , a pitch competition for cutting-edge national security solutions. The group presented at Founders Fund, a leading venture capital firm in San Francisco, alongside teams from Stanford,...

Akshay Broota, TCP MS Student

TCP's Akshay Broota announced as ICANN66 NextGen fellow

July 16, 2019

The Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN) has announced the names of the individuals who will participate in the NextGen program at ICANN66, to be held in Montréal, Canada, from 2 to 7 November 2019. The 11 individuals are currently engaged in studies in North American universities in...

Wicked6 Cyber Games

CU Boulder announced as finalist in Wicked6 Cyber Games

July 11, 2019

The Women’s Society of Cyberjutsu announces the finalists in the Wicked6 Cyber Games , a unique cybersecurity exhibition and fundraiser to be held at HyperX Esports Arena Las Vegas at the Luxor Hotel and Casino on August 8, 2019, followed by the 6th Annual Cyberjutsu Awards Reception . The Wicked6...

Nolen Scaife, PhD

TCP welcomes Dr. Nolen Scaife to its faculty

July 1, 2019

The CU Boulder TCP program is excited to announce the dual-appointment of Dr. Nolen Scaife as Associate Professor in TCP and the Computer Science Department at the College of Engineering & Applied Sciences, effective July 1, 2019. Nolen Scaife joins us after the completion of his Ph.D. from the University...

Circadence's Project Ares Platform

CU Boulder uses local program to ‘gamify’ cybersecurity learning

June 28, 2019

There are more than 300,000 job openings in the cybersecurity industry nationwide right now, and more than 10,000 openings in Colorado alone. This is one reason why Circadence, a Boulder-based firm that creates learning platforms for cybersecurity, created Project Ares, which “gamifies” the cybersecurity learning experience. “It’s an exciting career...

CU Boulder students at a hackathon

CU Boulder is top producer in national cybersecurity competition

June 28, 2019

Nearly 13,000 college students across America took part in the first stage of 2019 Cyber FastTack competition during April, solving a series of increasingly difficult cybersecurity challenges to demonstrate their aptitude for cybersecurity careers. Based on their success, 2,400 of those students – including 24 from the University of Colorado...

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