Security Challenge – Digital Forensics and Incident Response in a SOC

 

Wednesday the 6th of November we welcomed Irvin Homem from IBM for a short presentation of what it’s like to work with digital forensics and incident response in an IBM security operations center. After the presentation he presented a security challenge for the students to solve in pairs, where their problem solving skills were put to the test.

The evening was wrapped up with a fun Kahoot quiz.

 

Navigating the storm – How to find your way as a cyber security professional

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Our guests Robin Andreasson and Stina Sörman, both DSV alumni and senior cyber security consultants at KPMG, held an inspirational talk and answered the questions of the students for the first Security Dialogue of the semester at September 11th. They gave the students insights into the challenges and tasks that a cyber security consultant might face during their career.

 

 

Security Dialogues, November – December 2017

Here is a schedule for our weekly security dialogues for November and December 2017:

November 1st Siren Hofvander, Chief Security Officer at Min Doktor

November 8th – Gianluca Brindisi, Security engineer at Spotify

November 15th – Michael Takeo, Security Manager at Fujitsu

November 22nd – Kevin Aytap & Anna Carlsen, CISO and Security officer at SEB

November 29th – Annette Hult  from Bankgirot

December 6th – Fredrik Börjesson from Cygate

All of the dialogues will be held at 17.00 in L50.

The academic year 2016/2017 has come to an end

The year 2016/2017 has been an exciting time for the ISACA Student Group. New members joined the group and different activities were carried out. A total of 18 security dialogues took place with speakers from many different organisations: Spotify, the National Defence Radio Establishment (sv. FRA), the Swedish National Forensic Centre, Klarna, KnowIt, Deloitte, DLA Piper…

The ISACA Student Group also participated to study visits and case nights  at different companies (KPMG, PwC, Accenture) as well as visited fairs connected to the industry such as the IP EXPO Nordic.

All of these activities allowed the members to grow their network and get an insight of the Information Security Industry.

In the future, this blog will be updated more often to allow any students interested in Information Student to be informed about our activities.

We hope the coming year will be as rewarding as the previous one !

Study visit to Combitech

On the 31th of May, ISACA Student Group Stockholm University rounds off the semester with a study visit to Combitech.

Combitech is a Nordic consultancy firm combining technology, environment and security. Formed as late as in 2006, the company now employs more than 1400 people worldwide and continues to expand. Information security, systems safety, systems integration and systems development are some of the areas in which Combitech offers expertise.

During the visit you will have chance to meet with Combitech’s consultants as well as representatives from the Human Resource department.

Time and Place: 31 May, from 15:00 at Landsvägen 50 A
Presentations will be held in English and questions will be welcomed during a Q&A session.

As the number of participants is limited to 25, we recommend you to register as soon as possible at the following link: http://goo.gl/forms/DhZWYS7LNE

For registered unable to attend, please send an e-mail to: isaca.dsv@gmail.com

Study visit at PWC

On the 14th of April, ISACA Student Group is arranging a study visit to the IT and Information Security department at PWC for the students at DSV.

During the visit you will have chance to meet representatives of the internal IT-department of PWC and their IT and Information Security consultants.

Time and Place: 14 April, Kl 15:00-17:00 at Torsgatan 1

Number of participants is limited to 30 people so please register as soon as possible at this link: http://goo.gl/forms/VhS8PZWMmG

Schedule:

15.00-15.15 Arrival and snacks.
15.15-15.30 Hello and welcome from the representatives of PWC.
15.30- 16.15 Internal IT presentation.
16.15 -17.00 Consulting IT presentation.
17.00 Short time for mingle before we leave.

Security Dialogue w.51 – Jon Karlung

Dear students,

On the 16 December between 1600 and 1700 hours, we are proud to present Jon Karlung from 5th of July Foundation, which is a foundation that “works actively to make internet security, privacy and liberty available to more people.” Jon Karlung is also the CEO of Bahnhof (a Swedish ISP).

 

Please note that this seminar will be held in Swedish.  

Hope to see you all there! Feel free to bring friends and colleagues!

Room: DL40 (or Aula NOD if too many participants)

More about 5th of July Foundation:

https://5july.org/