Author Archives: jester

Security Series: Security Shepherd CTF

On Wednesday the 14th of March from 19:30 – 22:00, we are going to demo Security Shepherd to the public. Security Shepherd is a 4th year project created by DIT Student Mark Denihan. The purpose of this application is to educate people about Web Application Security. It involves a series of levels that each user […]

Security Talk Series: Introduction to IT Security and Wireless Security Workshop

Due to a huge interest of this talk, it is currently waiting list only now. I will review number of seats/tables for each event at the weekend. Still book a place as places will be allocated on a first come first serve basis. I am also considering running the same talk on a 2nd date […]

Secure yourself online

The Internet has become the way in which we naturally communicate in our daily lives. Accessing the Internet in work, on the move and at home is becoming the norm and most people don’t realize the many ways that we are becoming vulnerable with each click of a mouse. We will be going through the […]

Social Nights Moved

So we have decided to move our social nights to more regular intervals and easier to put in our calenders, both paper and electronic! So from now on we have our social nights on the 1st Saturday of the month, and the 3rd Thursday of the month (just before the Hackathon). This means that our […]

Lockpicking Group

Talking in the space there are a few people interested in lock picking, a few of us having owned a lock pick set for some time would like to get into the art of picking locks (again?) so what better way to do it than organise a group night in TOG. We will meet on […]

RFID Group

There has been some interest within TOG and also from visitors about regarding a technology that is pushing its way into our lives more and more each month. From transport ticketing systems, access control in workplaces and even in our very own passports, all contains a contactless smart card technology known as RFID. So to […]