Norwich students Josh Hartley and Audrey Wyman on the set of WCAX TV

Norwich University Office of Communications

February 15, 2016

Burlington, Vt., CBS affiliate WCAX TV interviewed Norwich students Josh Hartley ’17 and Audrey Wyman ’17 on Wednesday about their work to support cybersecurity during Super Bowl 50.

Hartley and Wyman are both Computer Security and Information Assurance majors at Norwich. They were part of a team of some 60 Norwich students and faculty working on site in Santa Clara, Calif., and back on the Norwich campus during the championship matchup between the Denver Broncos and Carolina Panthers at Levi’s Stadium.

The Norwich cybersecurity majors worked with local, state, and federal law enforcement officials to analyze and flag potential cybersecurity threats during the game and spent about a year preparing for the assignment.

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