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Update October 5, 2016

CMU student team wins I-Secure prize in cyber security

Peeranat Tharnthalay, Pongsakorn Sommalai, and Thatchaphat Gasornsri received the 20,000 baht prize for their abilities in the cyber security competition organized by I-Secure Co. Ltd. in Bangkok recently.

Nopniwat Krailerg 

A team of undergraduate students from Chiang Mai University’s Computer Engineering Department in the Faculty of Engineering took home a prize of 20,000 baht after competing in I-Secure CTF 2016 at E88 in Bangkok recently. 

The team members entered the qualifying round in July, 2016 with an online test in Web, Reverse Engineering, Digital Forensic, Programming, Cryptography, and other cyber security issues before being accepted for the final round in Bangkok.

Peeranat Tharnthalay, Pongsakorn Sommalai, and Thatchaphat Gasornsri competed against six teams to solve questions about cyber security under the concept of Capture the Flag (CTF), which is popular and widespread in competition of cyber security. Competitors could each choose a question in one field and score of each question would be different and depend on various factors consisting of easiness, difficulty and newness. Students were required to complete six questions and one of which had five bases to win higher and higher score consecutively within five hours.

I-SECURE Co.,Ltd., which provides cyber security, has been aware that the area for youth to present their abilities in cyber security was limited so organized the competition to give students a chance to show their skills and to promote the study of cyber security.

Philippine Consulate donates English story books for children

The Philippine Honorary Consulate donated English story books to many schools and centers around Chiang Mai including the Thida Nursery School in Chomthong District.

With assistance from his American and Thai friends in the U.S., Philippine Honorary Consul Agkarajit Phanomvan na Ayudhya received 500 English story books and distributed them to Wat Chang Kian School, The Learning Hub for Better Life Foundation, Thida Nursery School Chomthong and Lampang Knowledge Center.

Wat Chang Khian School in Chiang Mai also received books from the Honorary Philippine Consul and representatives of the Filipino Community in Chiang Mai.

He was assisted in the distribution of books by Filipino Community leaders in Chiang Mai and Lampang. Since his return to Thailand in late 2009, the Honorary Consul noted that Thai children do not have sufficient English reading books to develop their reading and communication skills. As part of Community project, he also encourages Filipino Community to develop a Philippine section at public libraries.

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CMU student team wins I-Secure prize in cyber security

Philippine Consulate donates English story books for children



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