CyberScoop features Scott Brink, a fourth-year computing security student, for his work at IBM finding undisclosed vulnerabilities in the automated systems that companies use to check visitors into their facilities.
In hopes of inspiring more area K-12 students to pursue careers in technology, RIT’s Women in Computing group is bringing technology workshops to Rochester city schools as part of the new RIT & AT&T Mobile Tech Lab.
RIT’s upcoming all-women hackathon will encourage young women to pursue computing careers, while helping participants form mentorship relationships, learn computing skills in a supportive environment and have fun.
A diverse set of speakers, including entrepreneurs, social activists and students, will inspire attendees at TEDxRIT, RIT’s independently organized TED event. The talks will be live streamed on Facebook.
Site preparation is underway for RIT’s Global Cybersecurity Institute, a new wing of the Golisano College of Computing and Information Sciences that will help the university become a nexus of cybersecurity education and research.
Danielle Gonzalez, a computing and information sciences Ph.D. student at RIT, was one of only 10 outstanding doctoral students in North America selected to receive the 2019 Microsoft Research Ph.D. Fellowship.