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Securing Our eCity Cyber Boot Camp

June 16-20 – SOeC Cyber Boot Camp – Learn more about the 2014 Cyber Boot Camp and see media coverage from local and national publication here.

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Canyon Crest Academy Wins 2014 Mayor’s Cyber Cup; Westview High and Mira Mesa High Schools Take Second and Third Place

In a ceremony announced by San Diego Interim Mayor Todd Gloria, Canyon Crest’s Cyber Defense Team was awarded first place in this year’s Mayor’s Cyber Cup. The Cyber Defense Team participated with almost 30 other groups in a multi-tiered competition (supported by Securing Our eCity, the National Defense Industrial Association, UC San Diego, National University, Computers 2 SD Kids, and Leidos) to show their chops as infosec practitioners.

For more information, visit the Mayor’s Cyber Cup website: ndia-sd.org/cyber-cup, or read about the event in the Del Mar Times.



2014 Cyber Boot Camp Local PR Recap

San Diego 6 the CW
Click here to watch the clip from the TV feature.

UT San Diego – Sat. 21 June

Times of San Diego

San Diego Tech Scene – we got the editor to re-run your op ed that was used in the UT – and they Tweeted about you too! We re-tweeted it on c3!

Seaside Courier (on Canyon Crest) – will run as a post story
Examiner: Part I – 20 June 2014

Examiner: PART II – 21 June 2014


The 2014 Securing Our eCity Foundation Cybersecurity Poster Contest is open for submissions!

Click here for information and details on submissions.

Featured Donor


Featured Donor – Morrison Foerster

The internationally acclaimed technology, product and transaction lawyers at Morrison Foerster support technology and life-science firms around the globe, as well as financial institutions and investment banks. Their leading role in shaping technology law has made them an ideal partner with SOeC’s mission.

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Featured Volunteer

Volunteer of the month – Rushi Chakrabarti

Computer scientist Rushi Chakrabarti volunteered to speak at two different SOeC-sanctioned cybersecurity events when a previously scheduled coworker was unable to attend. With limited time to prepare, Rushi keynoted the North County Chamber of Commerce’s cybersecurity event on January 23, and then took part in a panel discussion and Q&A session on January 28 at the SDG&E Innovation Center. Rushi’s selfless support of both his coworker and SOeC can serve us all as a shiny example of the difference one man can make.