Introduction to CTFs | Thurs Sept 22 at 6:30pm in CSE 309

What’s up SIT!

Hope everyone had a great time with the CSAW CTF event this past weekend. Our team placed top 27 in the nation and top 10% in the world! Thanks to everyone who showed up, and congratulations!

This week’s meeting will feature explanations and write-ups of several CTF challenges that were completed at CSAW. If you were struggling with a particular challenge, this is the perfect way to see the solution worked out in real time.

In addition, we will be having a hands-on lab to learn vital Linux and recon skills. Don’t miss it!

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Protiviti Resume Critiques | Thurs Sept 15 at 6:30pm in CSE 309

Hey SIT!

Get ready for this week’s meeting, as Fortune 500 Company Protiviti will be coming in to provide resume critiques! This is a great way to prepare for the UF Career Development Workshop occurring September 26.

Please bring at least two HARD COPIES of your resume!

This Friday, September 16, we will also be meeting in CSE 312 at 6pm to participate in the CSAW CTF event.

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First Semester Meeting Fall 2016 | Thurs Sep 8th @ 6:30pm in CSE 309

Hey SITers!

Welcome back to another year! Hope everyone had a productive and relaxing summer. If you’re ready for another semester of Information Security awesomeness, come out to our first meeting tonight! We’ll be introducing our new officers, talking you through our vision for the club, and showing off some AWESOME hacking demonstrations.

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Security Internships and Jobs Panel | Tues Apr 19 @ 6pm in CSE E312

Hey SITers!

This week, we’re going to wind down the semester with a panel of some of our awesome graduating seniors to discuss security jobs and internships! We’ll be discussing topics such as getting a security position, what a security role entails, and how security is involved in a general developer role as well as any questions you have.

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C Bugs | Tues Feb 16 @ 6pm in CSE E312

Hey SITers!

This week, our former president Vincent will be giving a talk on C and C bugs! He’ll first be going through a tutorial on C followed by some of the more common C bugs as well as fixes and exploits for them.

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