Brown undergrads take cybersecurity challenge title

A BROWN UNIVERSITY UNDERGRADUATE cybersecurity team - Celina Stewart, second from left, Luke Camery, Sam Brebner, and Jared Schober, standing with coach John Savage - had the best plan and made the best urgent decisions to deal with a fictitious cyber attack scenario in the Philippines, winning a Cyber 9/12 Student Challenge last weekend in Washington, D.C. / COURTESY THE ATLANTIC COUNCIL
A BROWN UNIVERSITY UNDERGRADUATE cybersecurity team - Celina Stewart, second from left, Luke Camery, Sam Brebner, and Jared Schober, standing with coach John Savage - had the best plan and made the best urgent decisions to deal with a fictitious cyber attack scenario in the Philippines, winning a Cyber 9/12 Student Challenge last weekend in Washington, D.C. / COURTESY THE ATLANTIC COUNCIL
PROVIDENCE – Four Brown University students took first place in a national cybersecurity policy competition held in Washington, D.C., on March 14-15, the first all-undergraduate team to win in the country. The Cyber 9/12 Student Challenge is in its third year. Twenty teams were asked to assess a mock international cybersecurity crisis and develop a…

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