Some of the worst crime doesn't happen on the streets anymore, it happens on the web. In Rochester, there are students who are actually training for careers in website defense. The Northeast Regional Cyber-Defense Championship was held at RIT Sunday. The championship is a computer security competition where students from different schools are pitted against one another on the web. Each team builds a website and then a group of industry experts try to hack into it. "They are meeting the demands of assimilated management, they have to change some things in the infrastructure and they are trying to keep everything working at the same time," says Peter Lutz, a professor of systems and security administration at RIT. Sunday's competition represented colleges across the northeast including RIT, Syracuse University and Northeastern University. The winner will advance to the national cyber defense competition in April.