Week One Complete!

Week one in the books, 3 teams, 4 problems, 3 presentations. What can we offer to all the teams as constructive criticism, use the templates provided, take notes,  use a graphic, charts, and other media to support your solution? This next week is about customer/beneficiary discovery and what questions should we ask them? My suggestion…

Today we make a difference!

Today we at USM will launch our very first Hacking for Defense Course (H4D)! I believe we will solve the problems picked by our teams, those teams will be successful in their endeavors of solving that problem. This will be short, however, as the weeks go on these blogs will provide needed information and maybe a few…

Instructor Updates

https://steveblank.com/2016/02/23/the-mission-model-canvas-an-adapted-business-model-canvas-for-mission-driven-organizations/ http://www.wdam.com/clip/13235113/usm-hosts-hackathon-to-teach-african-american-girls-coding HATTIESBURG, MS (WDAM) – The University of Southern Mississippi hosts its first iD8 hackathon competition Friday and Saturday to teach African-American high school girls computer coding. “USM decided that we wanted to do a hackathon, and serve high school students in the region,” said Julie Cwikla, director of Creativity and Innovation in STEM at USM. “I decided that…

Problem Sets

University of Southern Mississippi – Summer 2017 JIDO-9 Government PM R&D Database for Situational Awareness Publish ARCYBER-3 Dragon Army – Engagement through Gaming Publish HQMC-1 Marine Corps Logistics Mobile Applications Publish USMC-2 Future Marine Corps Autonomous Cargo Systems Publish SOUTHCOM-2 International sharing Information of Illicit Maritime Activities Publish NSA-2 Associating IP Address with Malicious Activity…

Course Description

Hacking for Defense (H4D) is designed to provide USM students the opportunity to learn how to work with the Department of Defense (DoD), Intelligence Community (IC), and the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) to better address the nation’s emerging threats and security challenges. We teach the student not how to build demos for generals and…