Coffee with Chrysler

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In partnership with Career Services, CyberOU is proud to host Chrysler Group LLC on Tuesday, September 23rd (11:30am – 1:30pm) in the New Engineering Building’s Atrium for Coffee with Chrysler. Representatives from Chrysler will be on hand from various sectors of IT and Engineering including security, networking, and powertrain to answer any questions students may have. This will cover internships as well as full-time positions within Chrysler. This is a great chance to gain valuable information about Chrysler’s IT & Engineering departments and gain insight on the recruiting process. Please bring your resumes!

Register at cyberou.com/chryslerreg

New Engineering Building Grand Opening

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Join CyberOU on Friday, September 12th for the New Engineering Building Grand Opening. CyberOU will be on hand giving Demonstrations alongside other SECS Student Organization alongside registering new members and answering questions.

Career Preparation at OU

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CyberOU will be hosting an event on Thursday, September 11th from 11:00 am – 1:00 pm to prepare students for the Career Fair, so they know what to expect from the daunting event. Recent graduates Trpko Blazevski (Chrysler Group LLC) and RJ Fischer (Ford Motor Company) will share their knowledge on the IT field and their newly acquired experience.

Oakland University GrizzFest

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Join CyberOU on Tuesday, September 9th from 11 am – 2 pm outside between the Oakland Center, Kresge Library, and Dodge Hall at GrizzFest. CyberOU representatives will be on hand to answer any questions, sign up new members, and show interactive demos.

MHacks

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Participate in MHacks on Friday, September 5th – Sunday, September 7th in Ann Arbor. Students from across the world come to MHacks to build amazing things, turn visions into products, and to meet other people energized about the same things as you. MHacks is for creators. It’s for those of you who see problems and want to tackle them, using existing skills, and augmenting them with the skills of those around you. Prizes up to $1,000, opportunity to make personal contacts with companies like Google, Pinterest, ect. Apply here.

Oakland University Graduate Student Jump Start 2014

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Join CyberOU on Thursday, September 4th from 5 – 6:30 pm in Gold Rooms B and C at Graduate Student Jump Start 2014. CyberOU will be giving a presentation and representatives will be on hand to answer any questions, sign up new members, and show interactive demos. Dinner will be served. Register here.

Oakland University Involvement Fair

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Join CyberOU on Tuesday, September 2nd from 4 – 5 pm outside in a tent across from the Recreation Center at the Involvement Fair immediately following the New Student Convocation (which is from 3 – 4 pm). CyberOU representatives will be on hand to answer any questions, sign up new members, and show interactive demos.

MITRE Capture the Flag Cyber Challenge 2014

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In support of the Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) initiative, MITRE and (ISC)2 will be hosting a national Capture the Flag (CTF) Competition. The virtual event gives high school and college students the opportunity to compete against their peers in cyber security challenges. Teams of four will work together to solve problems in steganography, software exploitation, computer forensics, cryptography, and networking.

To participate:

Registration opens July 1st 2014.

Competition Days:

The CTF competition itself will be held on August 15 and 16. The 24-hour virtual competition will start at 3:00 PM EDT on August 15 and end at 3:00 PM EDT on August 16. At the end of event, the winning team will be declared. Winning teams will receive four $1,000 college scholarships, vouchers to take the SSCP exam, and receive early consideration for participation in MITRE’s Cyber Internship program.*

Important Dates:

Registration Opens—07/01

Training/Practice Online: 07/15

Registration Closes—08/08

Mandatory Team Captain Debrief—07/24

CTF Competition—08/15 – 08/16

To register and for more information click here.

Cyber Luncheon in Traverse City, MI

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Tuesday, August 12, 2014 at The Grand Traverse Resort – Acme, MI
The Michigan Cyber Awareness Luncheon Series 2014 will serve as a follow up to the SOLD OUT Michigan Cyber Summit 2013 hosted last fall by Michigan Governor Rick Snyder. This series will provide updates to the Michigan Cyber Initiative designed for Michigan citizens, education, business and industry. Presentations will focus on a comprehensive, forward-looking blueprint to enhance safety and allow for Michigan to reap the economic benefits of the growing cyber security industry.

Register today to make sure you have a seat! The dynamic speaker line-up includes:

  • Dr. Larry Ponemon, Chairman & Founder, The Ponemon Institute
  • Dan Lohrmann, Chief Security Officer, State of Michigan
  • Brigadier General Michael Stone, Assistant Adjutant General-Installations, Michigan National Guard, Department of Military and Veterans Affairs
  • David Martin, Special Agent, Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) – Cyber Task Force
  • William J. “Joe” Adams, Ph.D., Vice President of Research and Cyber Security, Merit Network
  • Ryan Winn, Director of Information Systems, Munson Healthcare
  • Deb Fellows, Founder & President, MyNorth Media
  • And more!

Topics to include:

  • Hot issues in Cyber – What it means to Business, Education, Law Enforcement and Families!
  • Cyber Security and Global Threats – Are We Ready?
  • Privacy – What’s Hot, What’s Not

Please be sure to visit the event website for up-to-date agenda information: http://events.esd.org/CyberAwarenessLuncheons.aspx

The cost to attend the event is only $25 / $20 for Students.

3rd Annual Battelle CyberAuto Challenge

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Malware, intrusion detection systems, spyware, DMZs, computer zombies…these are not the sort of things you usually associate with a Sunday drive—but you should. Many cars already have more computational power than your laptop and more communications uplinks than the average office or internet cafe. These advances should improve safety, efficiency, and in-transit flexibility—but there are risks. Come to the Battelle CyberAuto Challenge and learn July 13 – 18.

  • Learn the security challenges associated with building the future transportation system.
  • Learn how to adopt secure developmental and cyber architecture to combat these outside threats.

Attending the Battelle CyberAuto Challenge is free to the student, including meals, lodging, instructional materials and local transportation while at the event. The student is responsible for getting to and from the Challenge. Interested? Get more information on the challenge here.

Students need first to be nominated by their school administrator. Call (410) 540-4060 or email cyberauto@battelle.org.