Computer Science & Information Systems

Western Regional U.S. Cyber Challenge Competition

Event Description

To participate in this event you must be involved in the Cyber Quest Challenges. Southern Utah Univeristy and Cheyenny High School, in North Las Vegas, will be co-hosting the annual Western Regional Cyber Challenge Competition day camp, Location TBD. This year it will be a Day Camp. The event will be held July 30th - Aug. 3rd, and includes four days of instruction by SANS instructors, and a cyber-attack/defense competition. 

Courses taught during the event are:

Date Instructor Topic
7/30/2018 Ben Holland Cybersecurity Program Analysis
7/31/2018 Alyssa Torres Windows Memory Forensics
8/1/2018 Doug Logan WebAppPen Testing 2018
8/2/2018 Justin Searle RF Hacking w/Software Defined Radio 2018
8/3/2018 Capture the Flag Capture the Flag

Camp Events

Current event schedule to be released.

Travel Information

Location: North Las Vegas: Cheyenne High School, 3200 W Alexander Rd, North Las Vegas, NV 89032

Lodging

As the camp this year is a Day camp, participants will be responsible for their own housing/accommodations. There are many hotels in the area; here are some suggestions:

Aliante Hotel Casino (click to go to website)
7300 Aliante Parkway
North Las Vegas, Nevada 89084
702-692-7777

Cannery Casino & Hotel (click to go to website)
2121 East Craig Road
North Las Vegas, Nevada 89030
702-507-5700

Texas Station Hotel & Casino (click to go to website)
2101 Texas Star Lane
North Las Vegas, Nevada 89032
702-631-1000

Fiesta Rancho Hotel & Casino (click to go to website)
2400 N. Rancho Drive
Las Vegas, Nevada 89130
702-631-7000

Meals

Participants are responsible for their own meals*. Nearby restaurants:

TIG BBQ
3131 W. Craig Road #100
North Las Vegas, Nevada
702-917-6298

Chicago Style Taco Shop (map)
3415 W. Craig Road
North Las Vegas, Nevada 89032
702-823-2315

Old School Pizzeria
2040 E. Craig Road
North Las Vegas, Nevada 89030
702-990-0070

In-N-Out Burgers
2765 E. Craig Road
North Las Vegas, Nevada 89030

* Note: There will be limited meals during lunch that will be provided.

What to Bring

Laptop with both wired and wireless adapters. VMWare Workstation trial or working edition installed with at least 4 GB of memory. Wireless will be available in the residence hall, but you will need a wired connection for some events. Please bring a patch cable.

Point of Contact

CSIS Department, uscyber@suu.edu
Please direct registration questions to the CSIS Department: (435)586-5405 or uscyber@suu.edu