Events

Apr
30
CyberEd Weekly Workshop: Capture the Flag: Reverse Engineering (Part 2)

Our free weekly online training will teach you how to use the Virginia Cyber Range features, courseware, and more!

This week we will discuss "Capture the Flag: Reverse Engineering (Part 2)"

For the full workshop schedule visit our Cybersecurity Education Weekly Workshop page

Apr
24
NGA Capture the Flag Cyber Challenge Event

Sponsored by the National Governors Association and NICERC, the NGA Capture the Flag Cyber Challenge Event will be hosted on the Virginia Cyber Range. Students will complete a series of virtual cybersecurity challenges within the 24-hour competition period. Competition will include challenges in:

  • Reconnaissance
  • Web Exploitation
  • Cryptography
  • Networking
  • Reverse Engineering

The winning team will receive special recognition at the National Governors Association, to be held in Shreveport, Louisiana from May 14 – 15, 2019.

Visit the event page for more information. 

Apr
23
CyberEd Weekly Workshop: Capture the Flag: Reverse Engineering (Part 1)

Our free weekly online training will teach you how to use the Virginia Cyber Range features, courseware, and more!

This week we will discuss "Capture the Flag: Reverse Engineering (Part 1)"

For the full workshop schedule visit our Cybersecurity Education Weekly Workshop page

Apr
16
Hume Center Annual Colloquium

The Hume Center at Virginia Tech will host the 2019 National Security Education Program Colloquium. Students from across the university will interact with leaders from the intelligence and national security community and the agenda includes a student research poster session, panels featuring government and industry speakers, networking sessions, and a keynote address. The theme for 2019 is The Weaponization of Information and Artificial Intelligence.

Virginia Cyber Range director, David Raymond, will serve on the panel, "Technical and Policy Considerations of Cyber Influence Operations". For more event details, visit the website

Apr
11
COV Information Security Conference

COV InfoSec Conference 2019

 

The Commonwealth Information Security Council is holding its sixth annual Information Security Conference for the Commonwealth of Virginia to assist in fulfilling our shared mission of securing information.

David Raymond will present, "The Virginia Cyber Range: Transforming Cybersecurity Education in the Commonwealth" on Thursday, April 11.

For more information, please visit the conference website

Apr
10
VCCS New Horizons 2019

The New Horizons Conference, Building Bridges: Equity, Access and Opportunity, will be held April 10-12, 2019 at the Hotel Roanoke and Conference Center in Roanoke, Virginia. This two and a half day conference is packed with practical wisdom for educators, administrators, and support personnel at all levels. 

Virginia Cyber Range lead courseware coordinator Sandra Schiavo, along with executive committee member and Lord Fairfax CC professor Henry Coffman and Virginia Western CC professor B. Bagby will present, "Are We Overlooking a Valuable Resource in Educating the Future Cybersecurity Workforce"

This session explains how the Virginia Cyber Range can directly assist community colleges and make an immediate impact in their cybersecurity program by providing virtual environments for students to practice what they’ve learned in class through immersive, hands-on exercises among other services.

For more information, visit the event website

Apr
9
CyberEd Weekly Workshop: Capture the Flag: Web Challenges (Part 2)

Our free weekly online training will teach you how to use the Virginia Cyber Range features, courseware, and more!

This week we will discuss "Capture the Flag: Web Challenges (Part 2)"

For the full workshop schedule visit our Cybersecurity Education Weekly Workshop page

Apr
8
VSTE Making Connections School Safety Summit

The Virginia Society for Technology in Education (VSTE) Making Connections School Safety Summit is designed to bring together educational technology and instructional leaders from across the state for both learning and networking around issues related to cybersecurity, privacy, E-rate, infrastructure, and support for innovative instruction. This year, the theme is school safety with speakers discussing a range of safety issues from cybersecurity to building safety.

The Honorable James Clapper, former US Director of National Intelligence, will provide the keynote, co-sponsored by the Roanoke County Public Schools and VSTE.

Virginia Cyber Range Director David Raymond will share practical cybersecurity strategies attendees can use to increase their own school safety policies and procedures. For more information, visit the event website

Apr
2
CyberEd Weekly Workshop: Capture the Flag: Web Challenges (Part 1)

Our free weekly online training will teach you how to use the Virginia Cyber Range features, courseware, and more!

This week we will discuss "Capture the Flag: Web Challenges (Part 1)"

For the full workshop schedule visit our Cybersecurity Education Weekly Workshop page

Mar
26
CyberEd Weekly Workshop: Capture the Flag: Networking Challenges (Part 4)

Our free weekly online training will teach you how to use the Virginia Cyber Range features, courseware, and more!

This week we will discuss "Capture the Flag: Networking Challenges (Part 4)"

For the full workshop schedule visit our Cybersecurity Education Weekly Workshop page