IBM Consulting will be onsite at the Howard School of Business to present Blockchain Technologies and Security on Weds (9:40am – 10:45am) in Room 418.
Thank you to the PWC team for sponsoring a very challenging and well attended capture-the-flag competition on Feb 23rd. The event was a *big* hit and the winning students were Gaetan Garcon, Novaro Thompson, Treelat Xue, Macaya Jones, Zakiah Walker and Brianna Smith.
Kali Linux mentoring workshops were conducted on Feb. 1st and Feb 15th in the School of Business with senior IS majors providing instruction. This was a great opportunity for students to build-up their cyber skills.
Howard University Information Systems students attended the 2019 BEYA STEM Conference on Feb 7th -9th to particpate programs, meet public and private sector industry representatives, and to discuss career opportunities.
Do you want to get your hands on leading edge cyber security technologies while collaborating in an innovative, fast moving club ? If so, join the HU Cyber Security Enthusiasts club by contacting firstname.lastname@example.org .
Join us for the ‘Darknet and Business‘ MeetUp presented by 2ndLt Tom Hader (Intelligence Officer, US Marine Corp). This session will highlight the some of dangers of the Dark Web and how our intelligence professionals respond. The meetup will be held in the Howard University Business School in room 200. Register at this link.
On Feb. 1st and 15th (Fridays) – from 12-2 in School of Business (room 549) senior IS majors will tudor students on getting started with Kali/Linux and what to expect in a Capture-the-Flag competition. Its a great opportunity to learn new skills.
The HU Cybersecurity Education & Research Center (aka ‘HU Business Cyber Center’) needs student interns to support the social media channels, training programs, and the cyber lab. Click here for more information. Contact email@example.com with questions.