National Security Agency (NSA)'s NCAE-C NSU_eHACKERs Student Club
The National Security Agency (NSA) and its affiliated federal agencies support educational programs designed to establish higher education in the fields of cybersecurity throughout the country. The NSA have designated Nova Southeastern University (NSU) as a National Center of Academic Excellence (NCAE) in Cybersecurity - Cyber Defense (CD) through the academic year 2028.
NSU_eHACKERs is a student club (e for Ethical!) and is part of NSU’s Center for Information Protection, Education, and Research (CIPhER). It is open to all College of Computing and Engineering (CCE) students pursuing an undergraduate, master's, or doctoral degree with interest in cybersecurity.
Intentions & Objectives
Winter 2023 Events (Subject to Change, Dates TBD – check the Discord server)
Beginning Friday, the 20th, of 2023, we will be hosting virtual sessions on learning platforms such as Hack the Box and TryHackMe! The primary focus will be for educational purposes, interactivity, and of course, fun! Hone your skills and gain confidence as we host bi-weekly sessions on learning platforms such as Hack the Box, TryHackMe, and more! It will involve numerous topics to learn about and we will dive into details on the topic of the week and teach each other about how everything works in depth.
***These will take place in the Discord server, so, if you haven’t joined the club’s Discord server yet, do so now so you don’t miss out on the action!***
Winter 2023 Events
Whether you are new to Cyber Competitions or advanced, there will always be a competition that fits you!
Currently we have have 4 upcoming/on-going competitions! Which one will you join?
Don’t forget to support our teams!
The Embedded Capture the Flag (eCTF) is an embedded security competition run by MITRE in partnership with Riverside Research that puts participants through the experience of trying to create a secure system and then learning from their mistakes. The main target is a real physical or emulated embedded device, which opens the scope of the challenge to include physical/proximal access attacks. The eCTF is a two-phase competition with attack and defense components. In the first phase, competitors design and implement a secure system based on a set of challenge requirements. The second phase involves analyzing and attacking the other teams’ designs.
See the above embedded link to sign up!
MISI CAE Hack the Building 2.0: Hospital Edition
Club Faculty Sponsor
Professor Yair Levy, email@example.com
Competition Teams and Photos
2022 NSA CAE-NCX Competition - NSU Team