CYBERPATRIOT VII (2014-2015)
The CyberPatriot VII competition field grew by 41%, with 2,175 teams registered. Through a new tier system, high school teams were divided into Silver, Gold, and Platinum tiers based on scores in the first two qualifying rounds. All teams competed for state and regional honors within their tiers, but only Platinum Tier teams competed to advance all the way to the National Finals Competition. Version 3.0 of the CyberPatriot Scoring System introduced an interactive public scoreboard and visual scoring queues for the hearing impaired, in addition to enhancements to the scoring engine's capabilities to monitor complex vulnerabilities. At the CyberPatriot VII National Finals Competition, Grissom High School is named the Open Division National Champion, Montachusett Regional Vocational Technical School is named All Service Division National Champion, and the Nysmith School for the Gifted is named the Middle School Division National Champion.CLICK HERE
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for the map of registered teams from CyberPatriot VII.
CyberPatriot VII Winners
National Champion: Team CyberSloths of Grissom High School, Huntsville, Ala.
Runner-Up: Team Azure of North Hollywood High School, North Hollywood, Calif.
Third Place: Team Sudo of Summit Technology Academy, Lee's Summit, Mo.
National Champion: Team Marine Raiders of Montachusett Regional Technical School, Fitchburg, Mass.
Runner-Up: T34m B1g S10ux of Big Sioux Composite Squadron, Brookings, S.D.
Third Place: Team Left Coast of Fort Fisher Division, San Diego, Calif.
National Champion: Team 1 of Nysmith School for the Gifted, Herndon, Va.
Runner-Up: Team Food Fighters of Markham Place School, Little Silver, N.J.
Third Place: Team Flaming Octopuses, Markham Place School, Little Silver, N.J.
Individual Challenge Award Winners
Digital Crime Scene Challenge:
Open Division: Team Azure, North Hollywood High School, North Hollywood, Calif.
All Service Division: Team CyberBears, Winter Springs High School, Winter Springs, Fla.
Middle School Division: Team Food Fighters, Markham Place School, Little Silver, N.J.
Leidos Digital Forensics Challenge:
Open Division: Team CyberSloths, Grissom High School, Huntsville, Ala.
All Service Division: W.B. Ray High School, Corpus Christi, Tex.
Cisco Networking Challenge:
Open Division: Team Sudo, Summit Technology Academy, Lee's Summit, Mo.
All Service Division: Team Left Coast, Fort Fisher Division, San Diego, Calif.