JJay's Center for Career & Professional Development has announced a networking night for grad student, alumni and employers to be held in the John Jay's Shiva Art Gallery on 11th Ave.
FBI Cybersecurity Interest. Linda Mitchell and Mary Ann Triest of the Career Center have advised an FBI agent will be attending who is interested in meeting D4CS students with cybersecurity interest and background.
Keynote Speaker. The keynote speaker will be Mr. Ozvaldo Cruz, an '02 JJay graduate, who currently serves as the Director in the Management & Budget Office of the LIRR. Prior to this role he worked with the Deputy Commissioner of the NYPD Budget Department.
Employer partners in attendance. Employers and organizations attending will include FBI - NY Metro Infragard (cybersecurity), the US Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (Federal Mediations), Outreach (Social Services), Metropolitan Jewish Health System (Compliance Auditor), NYC Business Integrity Commission and more.
6:00-6:15 PM: Introduction by Associate Provost and Graduate Dean Anne Lopes
6:15-6:45 PM: Keynote, Mr. Osvaldo Cruz followed by short introductions to each employer partner present
6:45-7:45 PM: Open Networking Opportunity with light refreshments
Check-In will open at 5:30 PM on Monday, March 24th, at the entrance to the art gallery at 860 Eleventh Avenue. Anya & Andrew Shiva Art Gallery
The swipe card access list for the D4CS labs, 6.67 and 6.61 has been updated. All current students should be able to access the labs by swiping their JJay ID card against the door lock. You are welcome to use either Lab as a work place or refuge while at the college so long as a meeting or classes are not being held. To use the lab equipment students are also required to assent to the D4CS Lab Use Policy. If you have trouble accessing the Labs please advise Professor Lovely and not college security.
Graduate students can apply for travel funds to attend conferences. Check it out here: Student travel support
2600 Magazine's traditional hackers conference, this year called HOPE X, will be held July 18-20 at the Hotel Pennsylvania in New York. Registration is only $120. They have a call for papers so consider making a presentation or running a workshop. D4CS can use the ironic exposure! Check it out here: HOPE X
NIST's National Cybersecurity Center of Excellence (NCCoE) is sponsoring a three day conference on Cybersecurity Innovation in Baltimore from January 28-30. There is a Research Track that appears especially interesting.
The Masssachusetts Attorney General is sponsoring a three day conference packed with training from Monday, April 28 to Wednesday, April 30, in Norwood, MA, which is near Boston. The registration fee is $300, with an earlybird rate of $250.
Congratulations to D4CS Professor Bilal Khan who has won an NSF grant that explores social networks through
cellphone links. Check it out here:
TOWARDS A CELLPHONE-BASED INFRASTRUCTURE FOR HARVESTING DYNAMIC INTERACTION NETWORK DATA
You can purchase a personal student license for a full version of EnCase
good for one year for $295. The license is good for academic work only.
Contact Ben Fleet at email@example.com to apply.
Guidance Software is no longer offering the discounted online
course for EnCe certification.
D4CS students who want accounts on the D4CS Lab network and independent access to the D4CS Labs must agree to the D4CS Lab Use Policy.
Details can be found here: D4CS Lab Use Policy (provisional)