June 17, 2018  

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Students Make Final Presentations in Hacking for Defense Class at USM

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Students (center and right) representing the team Drone Busters made final presentations on Wednesday, July 26 as part of the inaugural Hacking for Defense class at USM.

Students in the inaugural Hacking for Defense (H4D) class at The University of Southern Mississippi made their final team presentations on Wednesday, July 26 at Scianna Hall on the Hattiesburg campus.

Hacking for Defense gives students hands-on experience in understanding and working with the Defense (DOD), Homeland Security (DHS), and Intelligence Community (IC) on actual problems they currently confront. Students learn how to innovate at speed and learn how to deploy solutions using Lean Methods solving national security problems.

The class combines that same rapid problem sourcing process developed on the battlefields in Afghanistan with the Lean LaunchPad ™ Methodology for rapid customer learning and product development.

To learn more about the unique course, visit: http://hacking4defense.st.usm.edu/