Registration and Competition Process
When 2016 registration opens, click here to apply
and add a team to your 2017 state competition roster.
School Teams must first participate at the State Level. State CCDC winners are eligible to compete in the 2017 Erich J. Spengler Midwest Regional CCDC at Moraine Valley Community College, March 17-18, 2017. The Midwest Regional CCDC winner will be competing at the National CCDC April 13-15, 2017.
Only one application per team should be submitted, and only one team should compete from any given campus. Upon receipt, applicant teams will be contacted by your Midwest State CCDC Director for more detailed information. Again, no previous competition experience is needed. Competing teams are expected to pay a $500 entry fee for the 2017 Midwest State CCDC. All entry fees are collected on a state by state basis and remain within respective states to promote cyber competition activities. There is no entry fee for the Midwest Regional CCDC, but teams travel to the event at their own expense.
The Midwest CCDC events not only benefit the students involved, but will also benefit corporations as these graduates will be bringing a more experienced skill set to their jobs upon beginning their employment. This competition also provides direct feedback for schools to exercise, reinforce, and examine their security and information technology curriculum.
For more information on attending, participating, sponsoring, or volunteering for the Midwest Regional CCDC, contact David Durkee at email@example.com/440-488-0331
Injects and Scoring
The CSSIA Virtualization Data Center (CVDC) powers the State and Regional CCDC Competition Stadiums and various learning laboratories. This state of the art environment uses the latest technologies. Here is the research and development rack that prototypes the competition environment.