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PHOTO ILLUSTRATION BY BRYANT FUKUTOMI / BFUKUTOMI@STARADVERTISER.COM A two-day maritime cybersecurity exercise, hosted by the U.S. Coast Guard, the University of Hawaii and Hawaii's Area Maritime Security Committee, will utilize the university's Cyber Range, a group of servers and routers that combine in a virtual network allowing for testing and training against cyberattacks.
DENNIS ODA / DODA@STARADVERTISER.COM Tony Dow, an engineer at Hawaiian Telcom, in the green shirt, helped Melvin Quemado, left, a West Oahu student who works at UH's information technology security center, and Kapiolani Community College student Hanul Seo, right, during a hands-on exercise to examine the impact on port operations and maritime industry when IT infrastructures are attacked. The event was held Wednesday at the UH-Manoa Campus Center Ballroom.