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National Center of Academic Excellence
in Cyber Defense Education

CCSF's Cybercompetition Teams Forming

National Cyber League

Fill out this form before Oct 7

Collegiate Penetration Testing Competition

Email ebiddlecome@ccsf.edu now to apply!

Fall 2022 Classes

All classes available at: https://twitch.tv/sambowne

CNIT 121: Computer Forensics
Sat 9-12 72080, Remote

CNIT 126: Practical Malware Analysis
Tue 6-9 pm 71446, SCIE 200

CNIT 128: Hacking Mobile Devices
Mon 6-9 pm 72515, SCIE 200

CNIT 141: Cryptography for Computer Networks
Wed 6-9 pm 71461, SCIE 200

CNIT 152: Incident Response
Thu 6-9 pm 71462, SCIE 200

V 1: Training Videos (Up to 50 pts. extra)

CNIT 197 & 198: Internship and Work Experience
71464 & 71465

CTFs for Elizabeth Biddlecome's Classes
CNIT 123 · CNIT 124 · CNIT 127 (password required)

CCSF Calendar · How to Add a Class

All My Classes Are Available

There's room in all my classes for anyone,
whether you are a CCSF student or not.

To join a class, come to the first class meeting,
either physically or by connecting to my Twitch
stream, at the link below.

Physical attendance is optional for all my classes.
You can complete the class remotely.

If you have any questions, connect to the link
below at 7:30 pm any schoolday, Mon-Thurs
(starting Aug 17, 2022):
https://twitch.tv/sambowne

For interactive help, use:
https://zoom.us/j/4108472927 Password: student1

CNIT Programs

CNIT Degree and Certficates   Petition for Associate Degree · Certificate Petition
Security Apprenticeship Program: contact Monique Pascual
Honors Program · Promotional slide show

Grants for CCSF Cybersecurity Students

$350 per class and money for certification tests

Sign up in the Grant/Scholarships section here:
https://www.nextgencybertalent.com/students/sign-up/

Also, MICROSOFT CYBERSECURITY SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM
Cash, Azure credit, and payment for certification exams

Great Podcasts

CoinBureau · POMP · All-In · Bankless
Uncommon Core · What Bitcoin Did

Security Now · Pivot · Darknet Diaries

Regular Training Events

Pacific Hackers


Upcoming Events



FLARE-ON Challenge

Sep 30 - Nov 11, 2022

Private Corporate Trainings

Oct 17-19, 2022
Oct 25-27, 2022
Nov 8-10, 2022

Cybersecurity

Thu, Oct 27, 6 PM

More info & Zoom Link: https://baccc.org/bayict/events/

Cybersecurity Awareness and Research
Symposium (CARS) 2022

Cybersecurity's Coming of Age
1:15 - 2:00 PM CA time

Oct 31, 2022
Grand Forks, ND

BSides Delhi

Fri, Nov 11, 2022

Proposed workshop: Securing Smart Contracts

Pacific Hackers Conference

Fri, Nov 18 - Sat, Nov 19, 2022

Incident Response Techniques Workshop by Sam Bowne

DEF CON 31

Thu, Aug 10 - Sun, Aug 13, 2023

Spring 2023 Classes (May be Revised)

CNIT 50: Network Security Monitoring (Sat 9-12)
Website from a previous semester

CNIT 121: Computer Forensics (Mon 6-9)
Website from a previous semester

CNIT 123: Ethical Hacking and Network Defense (Sat 1-4, Remote)
Website from a previous semester

CNIT 125: Information Security Professional (CISSP) (Tue 6-9)
Website from a previous semester

CNIT 127: Exploit Development (Wed 6-9)
Website from a previous semester

CNIT 129S: Securing Web Applications (Thu 6-9)
Website from a previous semester

CNIT 197 & 198: Internship and Work Experience
Website from a previous semester

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