Here are the notes from our November meeting “Left of Boom”
Fantastic turn-out for the Capture the Flag demonstration held jointly with the Roanoke Linux User’s group. Thanks to everyone who participated! We had a great turnout – almost 50 participants.
The Longwood University College of Business and Economics and the Longwood Department of Computer Science would like to invite you to a Cyber Security Summit to be held on Tuesday, October 1st at 3:30pm in the Jarman Auditorium. Panelists Nino Milanese, Rhonda Vetere, General James Cartwright (US Marine Corps, Retired), and Dave Stafford will field questions about “Cyber Security in the Internet of Things Era“. The panel is free and open to the public. For more information, contact Ms. Debbie Dautrich.
Note: This cooperative event will start at 6:30pm!
Capture the Flag challenges offer the opportunity to improve your InfoSec skills whether you are a seasoned penetration tester or just starting your journey. An InfoSec novice may not sweep the competition but they will certainly improve their knowledge. Trying new things can be hard especially in a profession that contains talent that, at times, seems untouchable. Let’s calm those fears with a CtF demonstration and review.
The Center for Cyber Safety and Education is a charitable organization formed by the cybersecurity professional organization (ISC)2. The Center provides educational materials designed to educate and raise awareness of cybersecurity and cyberbullying. Visitors to the site can find information on cybersecurity research, scholarships, and educational packages designed to teach cybersecurity to elementary children – including free, downloadable basic packages for classes up to 20 students. Materials present concepts and situations at a fundamental level so non-IT professionals can share the message of cyber safety.