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2014 Palmetto Cyber Defense Competition (PCDC) Enterprise Meeting 27 February 2014 Jeff Sweeney PCDC Director Space and Naval Warfare Systems Center Atlantic.

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1 2014 Palmetto Cyber Defense Competition (PCDC) Enterprise Meeting 27 February 2014 Jeff Sweeney PCDC Director Space and Naval Warfare Systems Center Atlantic (SSC Atlantic) Information Assurance Policy & Risk Management For PCDC Planning Purposes Only 4 1

2 2 Agenda ▼PCDC Sponsor Information ▼PCDC Sponsorship Levels ▼Status Updates ▼Support Teams ▼Action Items ▼Schedules ▼POCs ▼Important Links

3 3 PCDC Sponsor Information ▼Why Sponsor?  Involvement in meaningful STEM Outreach events  Access to resumes of the best & brightest  Advertising/publicity  Making a difference ▼What can you do?  Provide $$: used for meals/snacks/beverages, T-shirts, trophies/medals, scholarships, incidentals and technology grants  Volunteer: days of competition and/or during preparations  Setup, Takedown, Mentoring (Blue team), White Team/runners, other  Prizes/Scholarships  Provide equipment ▼Sponsorship Levels- coordinate with AFCEA  Logo on flyers/brochures/press releases, Scrolling display page during competition, access to resumes, booth at competition  Photo of winning teams in front of your company logo/banner  Logo & hyperlink on Facebook and webpage  Contact Amy Bare (cell ),

4 4 PCDC Sponsorship Levels ▼Platinum (1): $5,000  Your logo with hyperlink to your company site on the event web page under Platinum Level  5 Complimentary VIP attendee registrations/passes and 2 booth personnel passes  Choice of school to place event coach from you company  Up to 3 spots for Company Security Expert on mentor teams to provide mentorship competitors  Logo in conference announcement advertisement (flyers, s, website, agenda, handouts)  Complementary photo of winning team in front of your company logo/banner  Large booth space in prime location ▼Gold (3): $3,000  Your logo with hyperlink to your company site on the event web page under Gold Level  3 Complimentary VIP attendee registrations/passes and 2 booth personnel passes  Choice of school to place event coach from you company  One spot for Company Security Expert on mentor teams to provide mentorship competitors  Logo in conference announcement advertisement (flyers, s, website, agenda, handouts)  Complementary photo of winning team in front of your company logo/banner  Medium booth space ▼Silver (5): $2,000  Your logo on the event web page under Silver Level  1 Complimentary VIP attendee registrations/passes and 1 booth personnel passes  Supply one person from your company for coaching position, if needed.  One spot for Company Security Expert on mentor teams to provide mentorship competitors  Logo in conference announcement advertisement (flyers, s, website, agenda, handouts)  Table top display

5 5 PCDC Sponsorship Levels (cont) ▼Bronze: $1,000  Your logo on the event web page under Bronze Level  1 Complimentary attendee registration/pass and 1 booth personnel passes  Logo in conference announcement advertisement (flyers, s, website, agenda, handouts)  Table top display ▼Contributor: $500  Your name/logo on the event web page under Contributor Level  Logo in conference announcement advertisement (flyers, s, website, agenda, handouts) ▼Supporter: $200  Your name/logo on the event web page under Contributor Level  Logo in conference announcement advertisement (flyers, s, website, agenda, handouts)

6 Our Challenge Coin 6

7 T-Shirt version of our logo 7

8 Status Updates ▼6 weeks to go ▼Sponsors ▼3 Paid ▼5 Invoiced ▼PCDC BoD voted on  High School Mentors will only be from SPAWAR  Injects grading board – 3 members with one alternate  Partial credit possible for late injects – details are confidential ▼Social Engineering will be introduced this year- results reflected in services points ▼Trophies – Tim Terrebonne working with Pro2Serve to develop trophies ▼AFCEA is now partner on PCDC Facebook page ▼Looking for students to provide feedback on music idea: 3 High Schools have responded so far: all in favor ▼Laurie Boeding is working on additional menu choices 8

9 Status Updates (cont 2 ) ▼Equipment identified:  Raspberry Pi(s) have been ordered by AFCEA  VOIP/Call Manager and ASAs being provided by SourceFire. ASAs will be available for teams but it will be up to them to install/configure at their own risk ▼AFCEA now has PCDC briefs on Lowcountry Chapter website under Upcoming Events ▼Looking for someone update social media (Facebook and Twitter during competition. ▼Tim Terribone coordinating with local schools/media ▼Will brief and invite SSC-Atlantic CO and ED – meeting with Dave Monahan at 2:15 PM today ▼Blue Team meetings held every two weeks with Atri Amin as lead 9

10 Status Updates (cont 3 ) ▼Working on Keynote Speaker – have solid lead ▼Insurance coverage from AFCEA good – copy to TTC ▼Will be setting up final coordination meeting with TTC in next couple of weeks ▼Will be setting up vol coordination meeting with AFCEA next week ▼Looking at possible additional prizes for top teams  Scholarships to high school winners & MVP  Restaurant Gift cards to college students (Subway?)  Agreed to look into scholarships for College students, also ▼Running into problems with Remote Hands-on mentoring with two remote schools. Florence isn’t too far away, but Central is hrs away ▼Held joint Collegiate Q&A telecons with all colleges except TTC and ECPI in the last two weeks ▼T-Shirts – will get sizes from schools shortly, looking at black

11 11 Action Items ▼SPAWAR  Nagios (open source computer system monitoring): make available to all teams and setup services display for overhead monitor for competition  Injects - ongoing  Preparation Package – Draft completed and under review, will post on AFCEA website  Blue Team Package  Volunteer Assignments – Draft w/AFCEA- done ▼AFCEA  Add PCDC section to website for doc downloads, info, sponsors - done  Looking into discounted hotels for out-of-town schools  Crowne Plaza (Tanger): $129 rate on up to 15 rooms  Fairfield Inn and Suites (Rt 78 in N. Charleston): King or Two Double Beds - $99.00, King Suite- $  Will include 2 more hotels and all will be listed on AFCEA website  Will decide how scholarships will be handled ▼Need to look into lunch time briefing (vol lunch) ▼Need Sponsor pages for scrolling display ▼Need to update scrolling display for this year

12 Tentative Schedule 12 ▼Enterprise PCDC status meetings every other Thursday at CACI on Remount Rd from , next one on 30 January  CACI POC: Don Pearsall, , cell ,  Dial in Number: (888) , Code ▼Gold Team Technical Meeting s: continuing as necessary ▼Blue Team: High School mentoring sessions continuing – most interested in Linux support ▼TTC/AFCEA/SSC-Altantic Coordination Meeting - TBD ▼Pre-stage network: Equipment delivered to CACI this week ▼White Team Judge Meeting: March ▼Competition:  Friday, 11 April 2014 Setup  Saturday, 12 April 2014 College Competition  Sunday, 13 April 2014 High School Competition

13 April 13, 2014 High School Competition Schedule  7:00 am – 7:45 am Registration  7:20 am – 7:30 am Pre-Brief of Competition Teams  7:30 am – 7:45 am Opening Ceremony  7:45 am – 9:15 am Initial Injects / Secure the Network  9:15 am – 4:30 pm Operate Network Under Hacker Attacks  4:30 pm – 5:00 pm View Sponsor Booths  5:00 pm – 5:30 pm Blue Team Presentations  5:30 pm – 5:45 pm Red Team Debrief: Top 5 Most Common Mistakes  5:45 pm – 6:30 pm Awards / Closing Ceremony 13

14 14 Thanks to our Sponsors, so far! Innovative Multimedia Services LLC

15 PCDC Primary POCs ▼ Jeff Sweeney, SSC Atlantic, PCDC Director , ▼ Bob Miller, SSC Atlantic, PCDC Deputy Director , ▼ Vince Van Houten, SSC Atlantic, PCDC Facilitator , ▼ Shann Ladiser, SSC Atlantic, PCDC Gold Team Tech Lead , ▼ Tony Orlando, AFCEA President, Amee Bay , ▼ Laurie Boeding, Trident Technical College , ▼ Tonya Davis, Trident Technical College , ▼ Amy Bare, AFCEA, Vistronix , ▼ Ken Zahn, SPAWAR, Blue Team Mentor Lead , 15

16 16 Important Links ▼ PCDC Facebook : https://www.facebook.com/PalmettoCyberDefenseCompetition https://www.facebook.com/PalmettoCyberDefenseCompetition ▼ PCDC Twitter : https://twitter.com/PalmettoCyber ▼ Cyber Patriot : ▼ AFCEA :

17 17 Wrap Up ▼Thoughts? ▼Questions ▼Appreciation: Volunteers

18 18 Back up Slides

19 Participating Schools ▼High Schools  Top 3 from last year  Wando  Summerville  Stall  Qualifiers from Cyber Patriot  D.W. Daniel High School, Central  South Aiken High School NJROTC, Aiken  Florence Career Center, Florence  First Baptist, Charleston  Low Country Technology Academy, Charleston ▼Colleges/Universitie s:  Clemson  The Citadel  Charleston Southern University  College of Charleston  Trident Technical College  ECPI  SCSU  USC

20 2014 Tentative HS Blue Team Mentoring Curriculum- Preparation Schedule 20 ▼Intro to IT Security (Feb 3-7) ▼Intro to Windows Security (Feb 10-14) ▼How to Mitigate (Feb 18-21) ▼Networking Fundamentals/Password Security (Feb 24-28) ▼Unix Operating Systems (Mar 3-7) ▼Business practices/injects/scoring (Mar 10-14) ▼Reviewing Blue Team and Preparation Packets with schools (Mar 17-21) ▼Review of Critical areas (Mar 24-28) (optional) ▼Make up sessions, (ASA?) (Mar 31-Apr 4) ▼Critical Area Review (Apr 7-11)- Final 6 team member selections/T-shirt orders

21 21 Services

22 22 What is the PCDC? The PCDC is an opportunity for students to learn and use technical skills & teamwork to run and protect a business network. Students protect their network against external threats while competing against other teams in a realistic cyber environment. The first day of the competition will be between South Carolina colleges and universities. The second day of the competition will be between qualifying South Carolina High Schools. The students from each school will comprise the Blue Teams that will be responsible for operating a small network while protecting the network infrastructure from Red Team attacks. Blue Teams will be scored for accomplishing administrative and business tasks while maintaining network/service availability (such as mail and web servers) as well as their ability to detect and respond to threats. Students must be able to design, configure and protect their network. Teams must also be able to respond to business requests such as the addition or removal of additional services, and balance security needs against business needs. The PCDC is held in April to fit between the Collegiate Cyber Defense Competition Regional Competitions and exams. It is conducted in close cooperation with our local industry partners.


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