Jailbreaking is the process of using specially designed hardware exploits to remove software limitations from the iOS platform. Since the release of the first iPhone in 2007, the iOS Jailbreaking hacker culture has exploded into a multi-million dollar underground industry. Join CyberOU on Thursday the 12th as Arnaud Crowther explains why Jailbreaking has become a household name along with a live demonstration.
More information on the Jailbreaking process
More information on Jailbreaking legal status
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Meet us in EC 275 at 12:00 pm on Tuesday, February 12th for this great presentation and a complementary lunch.
Dynatrace has been in the application performance management space for over a decade, long before it was fashionable. It is one of the largest technology companies today, working with companies such as Yahoo!, Linkedin, Best Buy, Cisco, and many others to help them advance their products and deliver more reliable applications and content delivery networks. CyberOU is proud to welcome them back a second time for a great presentation with a complementary lunch.
Come out to EC 275 at 12:00 pm on Tuesday, February 3rd to eat free pizza, learn about the exciting field of Application Performance Management, and how you could become a part of it!
Finals suck. CyberOU is here to help.
Take a break from your studying and stop by the EC Atrium for some Qdoba, refreshments, cool tech demonstrations and entertainment.
Join CyberOU’s officers on December 4th in the Engineering Center Atrium from 12:00pm – 1:00pm for this event.
Come visit the smartest student organizations on campus! Looking for resume content? Do you need an extra challenge? Want to impress your friends? Now is your chance! At this fair all engineering disciplines and interests are represented, and you don’t even have to be an engineer to be involved! We welcome all student levels, from freshmen to PhD candidates. All that is required is a passion for learning and science. Lunch, refreshments, and shirts will be provided to guests that attend.
The fair takes place on Tuesday, November 18th, from (11:30 am – 1:00 pm) in the Engineering Center Atrium.
- Aerial System Club
- Association of Computing Machinery
- Association of Computing Machinery – Women
- Engineering in Medicine and Biology Student Club
- Hardware Hackers Club
- Makers at OU
- National Society of Black Engineers
- Oakland University Cyber Security Club
- Robotics Association at Oakland University
- Society of Automotive Engineers
- Society of Women Engineers
- Tau Beta Pi – Engineering Honor Society
See you there!
The North American International Cyber Summit 2014 is the third Michigan Cyber Summit hosted by Michigan Governor Rick Snyder. The event is scheduled for Monday, Nov. 17 at the COBO Center. The Summit will bring together experts from across the globe to address a variety of cyber security issues affecting the world in business, education, government, defense, law enforcement and personal use. The agenda for the event will feature internationally recognized keynote speakers as well as experts from around the country.
To learn more and register for the event, please visit the site to secure your seat.
The second National Cybersecurity Career Fair (NCCF) is coming! NCCF is a free virtual event put on by the SANS Institute, (ISC)2, Cyber Aces, OWASP, and others, to be held on November 20-21, 2014. This innovative event connects top cybersecurity talent with leading employers in the industry such as Juniper, Solutionary, NBC Universal, CBS, Partners Healthcare, and more! Registration and more information for the event can be found here. To further connect with NCCF, visit their Twitter, Facebook, and LinkedIn!
Join CyberOU and RazorThreat for a business-oriented talk on Thursday, November 13th (11:30 AM – 1:30 PM) in 242 Elliott Hall. RazorThreat is a young and rising local company creating security software for businesses to detect threats on their network. Find out more about RazorThreat at their homepage.
Cyber OU officer, Eric Maul, will be demonstrating a hot new hacking tool called Inception! Join us on Friday, October 31st from 11:30 am – 1:30 pm in room 566 of the new Engineering Center to learn about this tool which allows users to bypass password-based security features on another computer’s operating system. More information about the Inception hack can be found here.
Interested in learning about Android development, along with the tools and technologies used to create mobile applications? Join Godfrey Nolan, founder of Research Into Internet (RIIS), and CyberOU in an Android Development Talk and Workshop, on Friday, October 24th (11:00 AM – 2:00 PM) in the 566 Engineering Center Computer Lab. This workshop will provide you with information on the current industry and demands of mobile application development, as well as give you insight on the daily business of firms such as RIIS. For more information about RIIS and its recently opened Troy location, please visit the riis homepage.
Join CyberOU next week as we welcome Compuware, the largest technology company in Michigan, to Oakland on Thursday, October 23rd (11:30 AM – 1:30 PM) in Elliott Hall Auditorium (242). Compuware will be hosting a technological talk about Application Performance Management technology. APM technology can be used for production monitoring, performance engineering, user analytics, and launch readiness. Compuware will also discuss APM’s importance with today’s technology, followed by details about career and training opportunities available at Compuware.
To learn more about Compuware’s innovative work and opportunities, please visit their website, Facebook, or Twitter for the most updated information.