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Center for Cybersecurity Education | Student Activities

    Student Organizations

    The Computer Club was started in Fall 2010 by Dr. Bryan Reagan with the intention of bringing together students who are interested in sharing information on the latest updates in the computer world. Members of the club meet regularly to share their knowledge and also do community service by giving educational presentations.

    The Cyber Defense Group was started in Fall 2014 by Dr. Sreekanth Malladi, which is part of the Computer Club. This group participates in training sessions on ethical hacking, and hosts “Capture The Flag” contests.

    Some other pictures are below:

    Saint Leo's Cybersecurity Team at Raymond James CTF-2018

    Saint Leo University is holding Capture the Flag on March 6, 2019 from 10:00 to 5:00 PM in the Tapia College of Business in room 408. There will be 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place prizes. To view PDF, click here

    Saint Leo's Cybersecurity Team at Raymond James CTF-2018

    Saint Leo University represented by computer science students participated in the Raymond James National Capture the Flag on 10/27/2018. This event was a unique opportunity for our cyber security students to “hack to learn instead of learning to hack!” Our students gained hands-on experience and demonstrated their “outside of the box” thinking and analytical skills and they will continue to participate in this annual event in the coming years

    CTF competition at Flodida Cyber 2018

    Students participating in CTF

    Saint Leo University represented by computer science students participated in the Florida Cyber conference- Capture the Flag competition held on 10/11/2018. This event was a unique opportunity for our cyber security students to “hack to learn instead of learning to hack! Our students gained hands-on experience and demonstrated their “outside of the box” thinking and analytical skills and they will continue to participate in this annual event in the coming years.

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    Saint Leo University represented by computer science students participated in the Raymond James National Capture the Flag on 10/14/2017. This event was a unique opportunity for our cyber security students to “hack to learn instead of learning to hack! Our students gained hands-on experience and demonstrated their “outside of the box” thinking and analytical skills and they will continue to participate in this annual event in the coming years

    Saint Leo University represented by computer science students participated in the Raymond James National Capture the Flag on 04/22/2017. This event was a unique opportunity for our cyber security students to “hack to learn instead of learning to hack! Our students gained hands-on experience and demonstrated their “outside of the box” thinking and analytical skills and they will continue to participate in this annual event in the coming years.

    Capture the Flag 2017
    On March 8th, 2017, Saint Leo University’s computer science department held its annual Capture the Flag contest to challenge students to demonstrate their “outside of the box thinking” skills. Saint Leo University's Cyber Security students cracked the code! Congrats to these winners of Tapia School's 2017 Capture the Flag ethical hacking competition.

    Saint Leo University's Cyber Security students cracked the code! Congrats to these winners of Tapia School's 2016 Capture-the-Flag ethical hacking competition.

    Saint Leo University's cybersecurity students cracked the code! Congrats to these winners of Tapia School's 2016 Capture-the-Flag ethical hacking competition.

    Saint Leo University's cybersecurity students cracked the code! Congrats to these winners of Tapia School's 2016 Capture-the-Flag ethical hacking competition.

     During one of the regular club meetings.

    Presentation by recruiters from TEK Systems in Tampa Bay on current trends in employment opportunities for CS and CIS majors.

    Presentation by recruiters from TEK Systems in Tampa Bay on current trends in employment opportunities for CS and CIS majors.

    Presentation by recruiters from TEK Systems in Tampa Bay on current trends in employment opportunities for CS and CIS majors.

    Members of the Computer Club at the FC2 Cybersecurity conference held in University of South Florida.

    Members of the Computer Club at the Tampa Bay Technology Forum (TBTF's) panel on information security.


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