Calling all hackers! Join Automation Alley this summer Jun 12, 2015 7:00 PM – Jun 13, 2015 7:00 PM at Grand Circus Detroit for a hackathon to benefit the city of Detroit!
Last year, teams were challenged to build an app for Detroit Public Library and two interns from Detroit Venture Partners went home with the $5,000 grand prize.
#hack4detroit will include breakfast and lunch. The cost to participate is $20. Participation is limited to 65 people. Registration closes June 5, 2015.
Automation Alley’s Detroit office is located inside Grand Circus Detroit on the 4th floor of Broderick Tower, 1570 Woodward Ave.
For more information and to register, visit Automation Alley’s website.
Core3 Solutions is sponsoring a hiring fair! During the fair, interviews will be given on the spot for positions such as service desk technician, system administrator, junior project manager, web developer, and network operations manager.
The hiring fair will take place on Wednesday, April 29 from 11:00 AM – 5:30 PM at Automation Alley (2675 Bellingham Drive, Troy, MI).
Please RSVP to attend the event for FREE at core3solutions.com/hiringfair.
Lego Ideas is where people show ideas for Lego models with a chance to become an official Lego set. Please follow the link and click the blue SUPPORT button to vote! The button will change to ‘SUPPORTING’ when successful. Voting is not a commitment to purchase any LEGO product.
ITER is a fusion reactor. ITER has the potential to provide clean, abundant energy. This Lego model will help spread awarness of ITER’s ability to change the world of clean energy production. There is only six more days to support the great idea of having this innovative project become an offical Lego product. Click here for more details
The North American International Cyber Summit 2015 hosted by Michigan Governor Rick Snyder, is set to take place in the heart of Downtown Detroit at the newly remodeled Cobo Center for the second straight year. As in the previous three sold-out summits, this year’s event will bring together experts from across the globe to address a variety of cybersecurity issues impacting the world of business, education, information technology, economic development, law enforcement and personal use.
This year’s summit is scheduled for Monday, October 26, 2015.
The cost is $79 to attend, or a discounted $59 for students.
For more information, please contact Leslie Smith at email@example.com or visit the website here.
Now, after our final event for the semester, CyberOU would like to greatly thank all of its members and supporters from this past academic year. It was a year filled with events with great business partners and engaging technology demonstrations. Thank you to all students, faculty, and others who help the organization continue to grow and reach new heights. A special thanks to those showing true dedication to CyberOU’s success, namely our advisor Preston Brooks, Dean Chamra, Jane Dietrich, and Peggy Chiu.
As we begin preparations for the upcoming fall semester, we invite all members and supporters of CyberOU to provide any feedback, suggestions for improvement, etc.
Please visit the survey here to participate.
Again, thank you for a great year, and we look forward to seeing you in the fall!
The USB Rubber Ducky is a tool that can be just as useful as it can be dangerous. From automating the setup of a new PC to a Keystroke Injection Attack, the USB Rubber Ducky is one of the coolest and most versatile pieces of equipment. Join CyberOU on Tuesday, Apr. 7, at 12:00 PM in EC 275 as we demonstrate the uses of this cool tool, and enjoy some free lunch on us.
How are we doing? CyberOU wants to hear what you like so far, what you want more and less of, and what you hope to see. Bring suggestions and enthusiasm. We hope that you’ll speak freely at our open forum planned for Tuesday, Mar. 31, at 12:00 PM in EC 275.
The Oakland University Cyber Summit was a huge success!
Thanks to the 200 plus attendees, keynote speakers, and panelists who came out to make this event entertaining and educational. Learn more about the event, or view the video below:
RSA, The Security Division of EMC, is the premier provider of intelligence-driven security solutions. RSA helps the world’s leading organizations solve their most complex and sensitive security challenges: managing organizational risk, safeguarding mobile access and collaboration, preventing online fraud, and defending against advanced threats. As leaders in security, RSA professionals are experts in the Cyber Kill Chain, the process in which modern cyber attacks are executed.
Come join RSA on Tuesday, Mar. 10, at 12:00 PM in EC 275 to learn about the Cyber Kill Chain, how companies like RSA are fighting against these threats, and for free food and career opportunities!
General Motors, the largest North American carmaker, is undergoing a massive three-year project to transform IT. They have brought the bulk of IT services in-house and hired 1,000s of specialists.
Join us for a Tech Talk in which leaders from General Motors talk about their PC strategy, build approach, use of Windows and virtualization. Hear how they’re running a more efficient operation, developing standards and global solutions for the whole company.
This event is taking place Thursday Feb. 19 from 12:00PM – 2:00PM DHE 200. Meet us there for a great event and some free food!