Teams of Indiana University students won first and second place in the inaugural HackIN reverse engineering/cybersecurity hackathon conducted by the Indiana Innovation Institute and Booz Allen Hamilton. The three-day event tested software and hardware skills.
The first-place team of Vafa Andalibi, DongInn Kim, Hongbo Chen and Yifan Zhang won $4,000. The second-place team of Dmitrii Galantsev, Adam Martin and Jadon Berghorst won $2,000.
Nearly 100 students from Indiana colleges, universities and other organizations participated in the event, which took place at Launch Indy in Indianapolis.
More information about the inaugural HackIN Hackathon is available online.