Camps for K-12 Students

UB GenCyber Camp

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Students working on coding at UB North Campus.

Learn about the exciting world of cybersecurity at UB's GenCyber Camp. Campers participate in hands-on computer activities to learn about different cybersecurity topics. On the final day of camp, students attempt to defend a network of computers from a simulated cyber-attack!

About the Camp

Students checking out UB's autonomous vehicle.

The primary purpose of the UB GenCyber Camp is to educate students about cybersecurity principles and opportunities so that students can make well-informed choices about their future college degree plans and careers. It is our hope that more students will choose to enter the rapidly growing, and high-demand cybersecurity career field.

Who Can Attend?

Middle school and high school students ages 13 and older are eligible to attend the camp. Students of all backgrounds and skill levels are welcome to join. Visit the UB GenCyber Camp website for more information.


The UB GenCyber Camp is presented by the School of Management, the School of Engineering and Applied Sciences, and the Center of Excellence in Information Systems Assurance Research and Education (CEISARE) at the University at Buffalo, with sponsorship from the National Science Foundation (NSF), National Security Agency and various business corporations.