We are a group of UO undergraduate students who are interested in and geared towards advancing student knowledge in all elements of cybersecurity.
UO Cybersecurity’s weekly meetings are a place for student members to come together to train and learn. We host speakers, lead workshops, and have student-led presentations. The UO Cybersecurity Board is in the process of finalizing our calendar for the year. Stay tuned! We will post all of our speakers and workshops on our calendar.
Capture the Flag (CTF) Competitions
CTFs are hacking competitions put on in different locations around the world and online. Groups of all kinds, including student groups, compete to practice their skills and learn the ins and outs of threats they will likely encounter from dangerous hacking entities in their various careers of choice. Our club trains our members with the goal of competing in competitions.
Attending and volunteering at conferences and summits is a great way for students interested in cybersecurity to learn and network. The UO Cybersecurity Board is in the process of planning for the conferences and summits the club will attend this year. Stay tuned! We will post all of our events on our calendar.
We meet weekly on Thursdays at 4:30pm. We do not meet during breaks or finals week. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, we will be meeting virtually this term. Our weekly meetings will take place via our Discord server. See below for details on how to get in touch with us. Check out our calendar for any changes to the schedule and for information on speakers and topics.
Join our Discord server and stop by our meetings! Message us on social media or email us (email@example.com) if you have any questions.
Discord join link: discord.gg/F9Vg7thjvT