Network Exploitation Security Team

Our Purpose

To provide academic, social and training resources for those interested in the information systems field. To organize trips to relevant events in order to help members grow professionally and provide career opportunities. To provide service in the form of security assessments and mentoring to other schools and organizations.


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If you ever have anything you would like to present/demo to the group about, please contact us as soon as you can ( ) and we will work out a time for you to show us!

The next Fall 2017 NEST Meeting is Saturday, November 18th, 2:30 - 4:00 PM in GSM226. 

RMCCDC Updates:

In regards to RMCCDC team selection, we’re going to have to start looking for more undergraduates if we want to have a team allowed to officially compete, since teams are allowed a total maximum of 8 team members, with a maximum of two graduate students per team. This means that team selection is currently going to be temporarily delayed.

That being said, if you know some undergraduate students who seem good with technology and/or willing to learn, don’t be afraid to invite them! It’s a good way to continue passing down both technical and cultural knowledge, and there may be many students who’d be interested, but they’re just too shy/uninterested to go alone!

Additionally, if enough graduate students would be interested in participating, an optional team could be created that would not be able to place and go to nationals, but could still test their mettle against a condensed amount of attacks on a network they must manage and defend. At the very least, if you enjoy a good challenge where fast learning is encouraged, this would be a great experience to participate in.

Due to the number of graduate students in NEST at the moment, the above option will likely occur even if the team only ends up being 4 people.

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