University Corruption Scandal
In this scenario, you play as a core member of the crisis management team (CMT) at Bray Institute of Technology (BIT), a prestigious Ivy League university in California.
The University has a strong reputation for its cyber resilience and produces high-quality computer science and information security graduates.
BIT is also highly regarded for its sports programs; the most recognized is the Bray Tech Raiders football team. It is a member of the Big 12 Conference in Division I of the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) and has won the league championship for the last three seasons.
The program generates $65 million in revenue annually, including $25 million from media and television rights, $11 million from ticket sales, $12 million in sponsorship from high-profile sports brands, and a further $25 million in donations from individuals. The program regularly feeds its players to the National Football League (NFL) thanks to its state-of-the-art facilities and a $68 million football performance center.
BIT is a campus university with 10,000 undergraduate students and 14,000 postgraduate students. BIT gets around 40,000 admissions a year from all over the world. Places are extremely competitive and there are a number of high-profile alumni.rently the busy season at the University; exams are taking place and the admissions process has begun for the next academic year.