“The biggest surprise I had was just all the variety of ideas that were put forth and some of the marketing ideas,” said AT&T external affairs director Mark Romito.
Sinclair Community College president Steven Johnson said he was proud of the hard work from all the students.
“Our health care systems, our educational systems, our civic systems, our government systems have to be protected,” Johnson said.
Security measures that are necessary now, said Skrinak.
“It’s important because information gets stolen all the time and it’s just and epidemic in America and worldwide that we want to fix,” said Skrinak.
His team plans to continue to develop and redesign the Lock Alert app in hopes of one day releasing it to the public.
This was the first #Unhackable challenge in the Miami Valley area and organizers said they are hoping to do it again next year.