During the week leading up to IT-Olympics, the IT-A support staff will be available to help troubleshoot any services and to make sure all teams are running before the event starts on the day of IT-Olympics. The attack phase will be from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m., followed by a debrief.
During the year:
- Access to the ISERink playground
- Email firstname.lastname@example.org to receive login information, if you do not have login information yet
- Note: Login information to access the ISERick playground do not change year to year.
At IT-Olympics (per team):
- Computers: one laptop per team member
Primary Challenge: TBD
Last year’s scenario: ITO Rough Scenario
IT-Adventures support staff will hold a virtual help session before IT-Olympics (more information to come).
ISERink: Physical access to hardware and operating systems for the students to practice cyber security is difficult for schools to obtain. To solve this problem, we have created a “playground” called ISERink that is available to the students enrolled in their IT-Adventures club in the fall of the year. This allows uniform access to equipment. Each IT-Adventures club has remote access to a network where they can experiment, build different operating systems and install different network services. High school students spend the year remotely working in their assigned network space.
Link to ISERink: http://iserink.org/learning-modules/
Link to Student ISERink: https://hs-iserink.iseage.org/