Spend a Week At Cyber Security Learning Camp!
Launch Your Cyber Career With MNITCoE
Students studying in fields involving Information Technology or Security Technology at Minnesota State institutions or the University of Minnesota can learn the latest in cyber techniques and tools at our CSi Boot Camp in the last week of June.
Taught by IT industry professionals, students will use real-world security and forensic tools and tactics to identify and thwart cybersecurity threats. Use this camp to develop innovative skills in cyber defense, vulnerability analysis and testing, security operations, forensics and application security that will set you apart from the rest in future job searches. CSi Boot-Campers also visit companies on employer-hosted field trips, for networking and career success guidance. The last day of camp includes a comprehensive assessment to validate the week-long immersion in cyber skills.
The real world experience opened my eyes wider. It was an opportunity to talk to people in the field. IT is changing every day. With cloud technologies, security is changing every twenty minutes.
Sergiy KalmukStudent at Century College, majoring in advanced networking and security
I especially liked the hands-on presentations. The CliftonLarsonAllen (session) had a lab set up, where we practiced exploitation tests, using the actual tools we’ll use in the field. The instructor did a great job explaining whey they’re used and what you do with them.
Molly PayneRecent graduate from Minneapolis Community and Technical College with an associate’s degree in computer forensics, and working for a company in Eden Prairie, Minnesota.
I went into the boot camp expecting I was going to get contacts for future employment. I thought it would be a great opportunity to network. It was. All of the panelists, speakers, sponsors seemed passionate about actually helping people.
Eric WolkerstorferStudent studying Information and Telecommunication Technology at Century College, White Bear Lake, Minnesota,
The (CSi) Boot Camp is a great mechanism for us to recruit. It’s a great way to give back to the security community, and to help the academic community develop what industry needs.