As the summer months approach so does our next ISS talk. Our next ISS Sessions meeting will be on June 7th, 2019 from 7-8:45 in J102 at the Trafalgar Campus. Our rough agenda is as follows:
19:00 – Announcements with Louai
19:05 – Infosec News Roundup and Open Discussion with your host Nick and Adam
19:25 – Resource of the Month with Nick
19:30 – In-depth feature story with Louai and Adam
20:00 – Guest Speaker Cheryl Biswas on Cryptominers and Botnets
20:45 – In-depth Discussion
21:00 – Wrap and refreshments (across the street at the pub)
Our guest speaker for this month is Cheryl Biswas, a cyber security specialist from TD. With a focus on botnets and cryptominer, this is a talk that is sure to interest though with cryptomining knowledge.
Feel free to also hop in the ISS discord via the link provided to the right side menu.
Hey everyone. Our next ISS Sessions meeting will be on May 10th, 2019 from 7-9 in J102 of the Trafalgar Campus. Our rough agenda is as follows:
7:00 – Infosec News Roundup and Open Discussion with your host Nick
7:45 – Guest Speakers: Peter Chmura and Sam Smagala on Threat Intelligence
8:30 – Wrap and refreshments (across the street at the pub)
Our speakers Peter Chmura from Deloitte Canada and Sam Smagala from MNP are two wonderful speakers that we are happy to have come to speak to us May 10th. With the topic surrounding threat intelligence, it will be a thought provoking evening on how intelligence can be generated and consumed to elevate investigations and aid security teams in the detection of malicious activity within their business
If you have any questions for our guest speakers or about the topic, we encourage you to ask them at the talk after the presentation is done. Hope to see you all there!
Another CTF has come and gone, and we’d like to take the opportunity to thank everyone who came out and participated. With over 15 teams taking part in the event, this has been our largest CTF to date!
They really helped to make this CTF the best it’s been!
All the teams played well and really impressed us with their ability to solve problems they’ve never encountered before, but at the end of the day one team came out on top, and we’d like to congratulate team USSR for winning this year’s CTF.
Their win scores them some sweet Raspberry Pi’s and of course the eternal glory from winning. Congratulations also go out to Dr Dongos Bigger Bongos and TAZAmanian Trolls for coming in 2nd and 3rd place respectively.
We’d also like to thank the two teams that made it out from Seneca College to participate bright and early on a Saturday morning, they played hard and we’d love to have them back again next year.
A final thanks goes out to all the non-club exec volunteers who lent a hand with running the event, whether they designed challenges, created the infrastructure, or just ran around lending a hand on event day. The event was a great success and it would not have been possible without your support
We plan to host another CTF next year, so see you for ISSessions CTF 2020!