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Cybersecurity students of the year
Philip Smith and Casey Stephens were named Student of the Year finalists for exemplary professional leadership in cybersecurity. | Image: Contributed by Philip Smith and Casey Stephens.
Two students affiliated with the Texas A&M University College of Engineering have been named finalists in the 2019 SC Awards for exemplary professional leadership in cybersecurity. Philip Smith and Casey Stephens were named Student of the Year finalists in the Professional Award category of the SC Awards.

Now in its 22nd year, the SC Awards are recognized as the industry gold standard of accomplishment for cybersecurity professionals, products and services. Winners in the Professional Award category are selected by an expert panel of judges and recognized as the most talented cybersecurity professionals from end-user companies.

Smith is a senior electrical engineering student with a focus on information security. He also is a security analyst in The Texas A&M University System Security Operations Center, which monitors A&M System member networks in order to detect cyberattacks and other malicious activity.

Stephens is a senior technology management student with a minor in cybersecurity and business. She is a member of the College of Engineering Cyber Response Team where she works as a security analyst providing security analysis, monitoring, detection, investigation and response services to Texas A&M Engineering. She also was a part of building the tri-agency cyber response team where she is lead student. Stephens is a member of the Cybersecurity Club, has attended hacking competitions and conferences, and is a part of the competitive and collegiate Cyber Defense Competition teams.

The mission of the SC Awards is to honor the achievements of the cybersecurity brands and professionals striving to safeguard businesses, their customers and critical data in North America. Winners in all categories will be announced at the SC Awards ceremony on March 5 in San Francisco.