The State of Hawaii, in partnership with (ISC)2 Hawaii and other organizations, are proud to host this summer’s Hawaii CyberCamp program. This free program will teach students the basic skills needed to administer a Windows and Ubuntu Linux systems and provide basic data networking support. Middle and high school students are encouraged to attend these classes which will prepare them to successfully participate in the CyberPatriot National Youth Cyber Defense Competition during the school year.
Standard and Advanced CyberCamps are both offered. Standard AFA CyberCamp teaches beginning students the basics while Advanced AFA CyberCamp incorporates more complex concepts geared towards students who have previously participated in a CyberCamp or participated in the CyberPatriot competition. More information about CyberCamps and CyberPatriot can be found HERE.
To keep up with the list of teams that have registered, go to uscyberpatriot.org, then click on the "Competition" link; then "List of Registered Teams." (text version is best) At the us.cyberpatriot.org site, you can also find out anything you wish to know about the program, to include training materials, competition dates, competition progress, etc. Summer Cyber Camps should be another exciting program option for anyone interested in learning more. Find out everything you need to know at that site.
IMPORTANT: Need assistance with a computer? With internet access? With securing a team mentor to assist the team coach? The AFA CyberPatriot office can provide assistance with all of these issues! Contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call the CyberPatriot office at 877-885-5716.
Information regarding the Cyber Hui, Air Force Association's CyberPatriot program and digital copies of CyberPatriot's fact sheets and outreach materials are available at: