For our virtual meeting sessions, please go to the schedule section below.

About Us

The mission of the Computer Security Group is to:

  1. Provide its members with technical education and hands on experience while creating connections to the real-world industry
  2. Educate the public about security awareness
  3. Enhance the reputation of the university by supplying the industry with trained professionals in the field of Cyber Security and participating in national security competitions

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The CSG is governed by a group of five officers, elected yearly from the body of members.

Interested in becoming an officer? Check out the CSG Constitution to learn how.

Zac Clifton, President

Zac loves to dips his hands any as many things as possible. He gained his interest in Cyber Security from working with robots and playing with radios. Most of his time is spend churning out automation, but once a blue moon takes a break to work on non-computer hobbies like beekeeping, aviation, and Kung-Fu.

Adam Isaac, Vice-President

Adam is an avid Linux user who gained interest in computer security experimenting with the various bots crawling his personal webserver. Most of his time is spent playing paintball, and figuring out who pressed the wrong any key.

Matthew Hartman, Secretary

Matthew is a Computer Science and math major whose interests are an enigma.

Alex Stiner, Event-Coordinator

Alex is excited to explore new challenges and experiences as a Computer Science major. She also enjoys outdoor activities such as camping, hiking and kayaking

Jason Gallavin, Asset-Manager

Jason is the asset manager of the CSG. His duties include cataloging CSG assets, providing development assistance and is a leading contributor to our apps and projects, such as the CS Labs application.





  • Kattis (ICPC) — The International Collegiate Programming Contest is team based competion where a group of three try to complete as many programing based problems as they can.

  • CCDC — The Collegiate Cyber Defense Competition is a red team versus blue team competition where students square off with a professional red team in a live environment while completing business tasks.

  • NCL — The National Cyber League is the first steps into learning cybersecurity, where the participates are guided through all topics in cybersecurity.