Team Boolean that consisted of: Windows Experts; Jorgeluis Santiago and Antonio Ramirez, Linux Expert; Arian Dehghani and Cisco Expert, Nelson Lojo competed alongside other CyberPatriot students from LAUSD as well as students from San Diego. They were given the task to find all security vulnerabilities in the operating systems; Windows 8 and Ubuntu along with a Cisco quiz within 6 hours.
Team Boolean placed 4th among all LAUSD students.
The Poly CyberPatriot students will compete in the National Youth Cyber Defense Competition beginning in Round 1 on November 4th in Glendale Community College.
Dates for the National Youth Cyber Defense Competition:
Round 1: November 4, 2017 -- Glendale CC
Round 2: December 9, 2017 -- CSUN
Round 3: January 20, 2018 -- Roybal LC
Round 4: February 10, 2018 -- Rand
National Finals: March 6-16, 2018 -- Baltimore
Students interested in joining CyberPatriot stop by room 93 for more information.
Boolean was awarded third place in HS Advanced after a team was disqualified.