Ever wondered what UTD has been doing for cyber security research? Join us this Wednesday 2/26 in HH 2.502 at 7:00PM to hear what Kevin Hamlen and the UTD CS department has been up to.
Tomorrow's meeting is a break from the usual, we'll be chilling and watching some our favorite blackhat/defcon talks. There's (probably don't sue us) going to be free pizza as usual. Bring your friends! (if you have them).
Do you have any old electronics laying around collecting dust? Join us this Wednesday 2/12 in HH 2.502 at 7:00PM to find out how you might be able to turn them into something more valuable, useful, or just fun.We'll be having resume critiques after the meeting so bring your resumes!
Do you ever wonder how the architecture of a computer works on the machine level? Ever wonder why the x86 architecture is so bloated and hard to deal with? Feeling so lost with all the assembly instructions that you feel lost and out of hope? Well, Dr. John Cole is here to help you!
Join us in ECSS 2.203 at 7PM on 11/20 to learn about x86 assembly, how to pick through a C runtime, and disassemble code through the VS debugger with Dr. John Cole.
Automation is a much-needed tool in the cyber world today especially in the realm of security. People are deploying artificially intelligent systems to learn and adapt to malicious actors. Yet these systems are not impervious to flaws and attacks from adversaries. Luckily we have the Artifical Intelligence Society to help us!
Join us and AIS in ECSS 2.203 on 11/13 at 7 PM to learn about the Domain Generation Algorithm and how to attack the DGA model. (Bring a laptop if you want to take part in the workshop portion of the talk.)