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Submission + - How would you set up your network if you were in a Cyber Defense competition? (nationalccdc.org) 1

Nik-at-Nite writes: The CCDC is a national competition open to all US schools that focuses on cyber security. Contrary to most other "hacking" competitions, CCDC does not allow you to design your own network before hand and you don't hack the other teams. You are given a network consisting of both Linux and Windows (same network as all other teams) and are given the task to defend your network against a team of professionals. Points are deducted for losing critical services, stolen data, etc.

Only "free" software may be used. What technologies would you implement if you were in the competition (virtual honeynets, smoothwall, etc)?

Makes you want to go back to school doesn't it?

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