MACCDC 2010

MACCDC 2010

2010-macddc

MACCDC 2010 Scenario Summary

The City of Avalon (population 550,000) has been chosen to host the 2010 World Convention. This year’s topic is: Global Cyber Security: Dealing with the Rise of Computer Crime and War. Avalon has a long history of renewing, reclaiming, and redeveloping its environment while demonstrating a commitment to employing green technology to further economic recovery and development. Illustrating this is the fact that the 2010 World Convention will be held at the David L. Lawrence Convention Center, the world’s first and largest green convention center.

You are part of a team that supports Emergency Operations and inter/intra-agency communications. You will be working to support the 2010 World Convention and manage all communications between the various agencies. The multi-national convention is bringing together high-level delegates from around the world to discuss several sensitive issues. We have reports that there are parties interested in disrupting the convention through electronic and physical means. In the event of a disaster or emergency, you will be called upon to manage the incident alongside your normal IT duties.

Final Standings

  1. Asheville-Buncombe Technical College
  2. Community College of Baltimore County
  3. Millersville University
  4. Towson University
  5. University of Maryland, Baltimore County

2010 Qualifying Round Teams

Anne Arundel Community College

Asheville-Buncombe Technical College

Catawba Valley Community College

Community College of Baltimore County

George Mason University

George Washington University

James Madison University

Millersville University

Northern Virginia Community College

Prince George’s Community College

Towson University

University of Maryland, Baltimore County

University of Maryland, College Park

University of Pittsburgh

Wilmington University

Sponsors:

Platinum: Boeing Corporation, Northrop Grumman Corporation

Gold: CSC, Tenable Network Security

Supporters: Cisco, Solera Networks, SAIC

National Science Foundation

CyberWATCH Center:

Dr. Costis Toregas

Dr. Bob Spear

Prince George’s Community College

Community College of Baltimore County

White Wolf Security:

Tim Rosenberg

Dwight Hobbs

D’Blend:

Juan Botero

Lina Almansa

William Britt (Billy)

Steven Lyons

Justin Schneiderman

PaulDotCom Enterprises:

Paul Asadoorian

Larry Pesce

Darren Wigley

Volunteers:

Kerry McKay: George Washington University

Michael Dougherty: Bogdan Computer Services, Inc.

Matt Cerney: Drexel University

Dr. Jide Odubiyi: SEGMA, LLC.

Student teams and faculty from:

Anne Arundel Community College

Asheville-Buncombe Technical College

Catawba Valley Community College

Community College of Baltimore County

George Mason University

George Washington University

James Madison University

Millersville University

Northern Virginia Community College

Prince George’s Community College

Towson University

University of Maryland, Baltimore County

University of Maryland, College Park

University of Pittsburgh

Wilmington University

Where

SAIC Conference Center
First Floor
6841 Benjamin Franklin Drive
Columbia, MD 21046

When

March 11–13, 2010

Past Competitions