Marshall University’s Institute for Cyber Security’s cyber forensics and security team ranked 28th out of 3,926 teams in the National Cyber League’s Fall 2022 competition, putting them in the top 0.71% of competitors. The competition focused on open source intelligence, cyber forensics, password cracking, network traffic analysis, cryptography, scanning and reconnaissance, web application exploitation, enumeration and exploitation, and log analysis. The team scored in the 100th percentile in multiple categories, including cryptography, open source intelligence, and network traffic analysis. This is another great finish for the team and we couldn’t be prouder of the students and their coach, Professor Brunty. These competitions are great opportunities for students to apply what they’ve learned in the classroom to realistic and challenging problems, and it also demonstrates to prospective employers that they have the skills, abilities, discipline, and motivation to succeed.