ISACA Tallahassee Chapter will host CSX Cybersecurity two-day training event on September 22-23, 8 AM to 5 PM. The event is open to ISACA members and non-members. Topic Description: This practical 2-day training workshop is a top-notch introduction to the CSX Cybersecurity program. The objectives of the event are to discuss the fundamental knowledge and […]
Dan Russell from Google will present on “Sensemaking: What people do NOW to search-for and organize complex information” at FSU Student Services Building 203/201, at 1:30pm-2:30pm on February 19, 2016. Sensemaking is the practice of searching-for, collecting and organizing information in order to understand and make sense of some complex domain. What do people do […]
Dan Russell from Google will present on “Google Innovation, Culture & Practice: A view from inside the Googleplex” at FSU Student Services Building 203/201, at 10:30am-11:30am on February 19, 2016. Google is known for their innovations. From search, to gmail, to server farm design, to cloud services, Google has continually innovated in remarkable ways. How […]
In recognition of National Cybersecurity Awareness Month (October), ISACA Tallahassee Chapter President Ed Wilson will talk about the trends, roles and responsibilities of certified ethical hackers at Goldstein Library iMakerSpace at 5:30pm on October 27, 2015. Regulatory bodies, legislators, and courts are recognizing the need for Higher Education, Public, and Private Enterprises to provide effective governance […]
James Donald “Don” Bowers is a chief scientist designing solutions for a “threat operations” model of cyber security architecture, design and engineering within the Leidos National Security Sector. For the past 18 years, Bowers has contributed to cyber security projects at Leidos (formerly SAIC) working primarily on secure cyber, telecommunications, RF, and SCADA networking projects. […]
We talk about what capture the flag competitions are, and how you can participate and learn.
Nick Clark competed in the OlympicCTF 2014 CTF Competition. He place in the top 40% of the competition. (159 out of 404 teams). He beat out teams including KnightSec. Check out his write-up for the competition!
Learn about how to manipulate programs to discover bugs and vulnerabilities.
Check out Nick Clark’s excellent guide to solving the HackIM 2014 problems
Jeff Hancock from Cornell University will give a colloquium talk on the topic of “Lie To Me: Deception in the Networked Age” at Shores 206 from 9:30am to 11:00am on Nov. 15th.