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  • Cyber Security Awareness Week :: Login
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    Original URL path: https://csaw.engineering.nyu.edu/index.php/login (2016-02-07)
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  • Cyber Security Awareness Week :: Crime Scene
    identify and secure all digital devices and analyze one device for evidence within a 15 minute timeframe To secure a digital device place it on the table side marked DIGITAL DEVICES and describe the item to the Scorekeeper for recording so you get credit for it Other items considered non digital should be placed on the table side marked NON DIGITAL DEVICE The one device the participants choose to analyze must be correctly attached to the forensic laptop and pre approved by the Scorekeeper Choose the correct evidence device on the first try to gain more points If an incorrect device is chosen the Scorekeeper will state Improper Device and the participant will have to search for another Points will be deducted for this When the evidence is found on the device show it to the Evidence Custodian and tell them the search is complete to stop the timer Participants can choose to continue looking for other devices after the evidence is found However they must inform the Scorekeeper Once time is up the score is submitted and participants must leave the area without touching anything NOTE Some devices are worth more points than others The team with the most points wins If there s a tie the team with the faster time wins Crime Scene Challenge Rules Do not remove any items from the scene Inventory is taken after each participant completes the investigation Do not behave or act inappropriately with the suspect show respect for them Do not remove clothing or other items from the suspect unless required to locate and collect evidence As a general rule the only items to be removed are those that would be required to come off at an airport security checkpoint Do not plug in a device to the forensic machine that

    Original URL path: https://csaw.engineering.nyu.edu/hsf/dfc-crime-scene-challenge (2016-02-07)
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  • Cyber Security Awareness Week :: Finalists
    Bauer Michael Frohlich Matthew Hruz Ryan McCarthy Team Batman s Kitchen Institution University of Washington Members Dan Arens Stanley Hsieh Alex Kirchhoff Bo Wang Team BitsForEveryone Institution United States Military Academy Members Jessie Lass Chris Maixner Matt Shockley Ed Woodruff Team DCIETS Institution E cole de technologie supe rieure Members Alex Bouffard Benoit Co te Jodoin Fe lix Cloutier Israel Halle Team dcua Institution University of Toronto Members Dongseon Kim Harold Kim Inho Shin Richard Song Team jmp esp Institution Georgia Institute of Technology Members Kennon Bittick Manas George Siddarth Senthilkumar Alok Tripathy Team Knightsec Institution University of Central Florida Members Kirk Elifson Mark Ignacio Alex Lynch Ditmar Wendt Team NYUSEC Institution NYU Tandon School of Engineering Members Matt Foley Nick Gregory Josh Hofing Christopher Thompson Team PPP1 Institution Carnegie Mellon University Members Tim Becker Chris Ganas Ned Williamson Richard Zhu Team PPP3 Institution Carnegie Mellon University Members Corwin de Boor Matthew Savage Eric Sun Zachary Wade Team RPISEC Institution Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute Members Patrick Biernat Nick Burnett Branden Clark Austin Ralls Team RPISEC2 Institution Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute Members Joshua Josephs Ferrell Kareem Mohammed El Faramawi Galen Tyler Schretlen Avraham Avi Yonah Weinstock Team Shellphish Nigiri Institution UC Santa Barbara

    Original URL path: https://csaw.engineering.nyu.edu/ctf/finalists (2016-02-07)
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  • Cyber Security Awareness Week :: Judges
    He spends his free time playing CTF with Shellphish running Boston Key Party and of course contributing to radare2 Sophia D Antoine Trail of Bits Sophia D Antoine is a security researcher at Trail of Bits and a recent graduate student from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute She has presented at RECon Montreal Blackhat and Sec t on malicious applications of hardware side channels in virtualized environments Presently she is working with LLVM to automatically exploit obfuscate and transform execution paths and spoke on this topic at Hack lu 2015 Brandon Edwards Silver Sky Brandon is a security researcher who dabbles in program analysis vulnerability discovery and exploitation Zach Lanier Optiv Zach Lanier is a Senior Research Scientist with Optiv specializing in various bits of network application mobile and embedded security Prior to joining Optiv Zach most recently served as a Senior Security Researcher with Duo Security He has spoken at a variety of security conferences such as Black Hat DEFCON CanSecWest INFILTRATE SummerCon and SecTor and is a co author of the Android Hackers Handbook Wiley 2014 Ryan Stortz Trail of Bits Ryan is a senior security researcher at Trail of Bits and has been told he s pretty good at computers Alexander Taylor Raytheon In 2009 a colorblind Graphic Designer majoring in Physics decided to check out his university s hacking club A number of happy accidents and a Computer Engineering degree later Alex is now a 4 time DEFCON CTF finalist working for a government contractor He spends most of his time auditing source code reverse engineering systems developing custom fuzzers and fighting with glitchy test equipment When he s not working though he s playing as many games CTFs World of WarCraft Super Smash Brothers Dota 2 Hearthstone you name it as possible Eventually he ll probably settle

    Original URL path: https://csaw.engineering.nyu.edu/ctf/judges (2016-02-07)
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  • Cyber Security Awareness Week :: Organizers
    likes Python Julian Cohen Advisor Julian has variously won advised judged run managed or created every CSAW event that exists today Fun Fact Julian attended his first CSAW while he was in high school but never competed in the High School Forensics competition Keith O Brien Faculty Guide Keith O Brien is an Adjuct Professor in the Computer Science department at Read more Check it Out Agenda Take a closer

    Original URL path: https://csaw.engineering.nyu.edu/ctf/organizers (2016-02-07)
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  • Cyber Security Awareness Week :: Prizes
    Check it Out Agenda Take a closer look at CSAW 15 Check it Out Back to CTF Sitemap CSAW About Agenda Highlights Career Fair Sponsors Press Contact Twitter Tweets by csaw nyupoly Facebook Links NYU Computer Science Engineering CSE Summer Program for High School Women Women s Cyber Security Symposium DHE Online Training CSE K 12 STEM Initiatives CRISSP NYU Enterprise Learning NYU ISIS Laboratory NYU ISIS Lab CyFor Learning

    Original URL path: https://csaw.engineering.nyu.edu/ctf/prizes (2016-02-07)
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  • Cyber Security Awareness Week :: Rules
    team an unfair advantage A member of one team is not allowed to share answers with another team More than one uniquely named team working together to secure multiple final round spots will not be tolerated Competitors In the qualification round there is no limit to the number of players on a team In the final round there is a limit of four undergraduate players per team Finals teams are limited to the US and Canada but this is open to discussion on a case by case basis Infrastructure Please do not attack any NYU Poly or CSAW CTF infrastructure we have given out points in the past to teams who come forward about potential mistakes we ve made Denial of service attacks on any challenge will not be tolerated unless the challenge calls for such an attack Guessing keys will not be tolerated If you are unsure about any rules or have any questions ask Check it Out Agenda Take a closer look at CSAW 15 Check it Out Back to CTF Sitemap CSAW About Agenda Highlights Career Fair Sponsors Press Contact Twitter Tweets by csaw nyupoly Facebook Links NYU Computer Science Engineering CSE Summer Program for High School

    Original URL path: https://csaw.engineering.nyu.edu/ctf/rules (2016-02-07)
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