October 7-10, 2020
Disney Coronado Springs
Lake Buena Vista, FL
CAHSI Annual Summit
The CAHSI Summit in conjunction with the GMiS Conference is an annual event that engages faculty, students, industry, and other collaborators in activities that build connections; disseminate effective and promising practices; prepare students for pursuing higher education and productive careers in computing; and promote conversations and actions that address the advancement of Hispanics in computing.
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Featured Summit Events
The CAHSI Hackathon is an interactive learning event that distills the essence of many aspects of professional computer security work into a “Capture the Flag” exercise. Students work in teams to solve challenges that test their cybersecurity skills. The event encourages students at all skill levels to participate, promotes teamwork, encourages friendly competition with real-time feedback, and motivates students to learn more on how to protect assets controlled by software.
CAHSI CYBERSECURITY WORKSHOPS
CAHSI Cybersecurity workshop is a mandatory session that serves as preparation prior to the Hackathon. Students learn about the tools, approaches, and methods that adversaries use to exploit vulnerabilities. Students get hands-on experience to real-life cybersecurity scenarios that include pivoting attacks, cross-site scripting, cross-site request forgery, route hijacking, and memory corruption. The sponsor(s) will have an opportunity to collaborate with CAHSI and coach the students during the session.
CAHSI NETWORKING LUNCHEON
The CAHSI Networking Luncheon brings together CAHSI faculty and students in one location to interact with sponsors. Representatives from sponsoring organizations are able to promote opportunities within their organization such as internships, job offerings, training programs, and other professional opportunities. After a keynote talk and lunch, sponsors move from table to table in set intervals to share information about their company and learn about students’ interest and capabilities in computing fields
INDUSTRY – LED TECHNICAL CHALLENGE SESSION
Industry sponsors have an opportunity to work with faculty (if desired) to present a Technical Challenge session with the aim of developing students’ workforce skills. The sessions can be given as a seminar, or a challenge through which students explore different solutions. Sponsors have an opportunity to engage with students and support their professional development. Session is limited to 30-50 students based on available space.
CAHSI – LED SESSION
The CAHSI-Led session features CAHSI student leaders leading discussions and exercises on relevant topics such as professional development, culture and diversity, and workforce skills. The sponsor(s) will have the opportunity to work closely with CAHSI students during the session. The CAHSI Backbone and/or students will take the lead with assistance from the industry sponsor.