The Top Secret Colonials are sponsoring another speaking engagement. Plus Consulting will be on campus on Thursday, November 5th from4:00 – 5:00pm to discuss job opportunities. They are asking that students bring resumes in hand. There will be pizza and drinks and please remember that you will earn one hour of SET credit.
Company Summary: Founded in 1999, Plus Consulting is an award-winning, full-service IT firm. Plus is recognized for innovative solutions that meet or exceed the requirements of our valued clients. Our team of experts integrate extensive industry and IT experience with top tools and methodologies for solutions that positively impact our clients’ business operations across a spectrum of industries, including financial services, banks, call centers, government contractors and non-profits. Plus is a proven leader in the implementation of strategic SharePoint, customer relationship management (CRM), business intelligence (BI), infrastructure, and security solutions that empower sales, marketing and technology employees.
Opportunity Summary: Plus Consulting is seeking students for Internships for the spring, summer and fall of 2016. We are looking for individuals that are intelligent, highly motivated and are considering a career in the fast paced world of IT consulting. Plus Consulting offers a comprehensive internship program design to challenge students, impart valuable skills, and offer insight into a career path in the IT consulting industry. Highlights include hands-on project work, a great work environment, and access to mentor-ship and networking opportunities.
The CIS department is currently seeking blog writers. This volunteer position will earn you some notoriety (your name as part of the Blog Writing Staff on our About page) and SET credit in the Arts, Culture, and Creativity category. You will be asked to edit and/or write a minimum of 5 blog articles per month. Work can be done independently from your own computer. You can be provided with material for blog posts and/or come up with your own original ideas, per your own preference. You will also have opportunities to suggest improvements for the blog in both format and content areas. Please contact Dr. Jamie Pinchot if you are interested in volunteering.
In addition, the CIS department is seeking one CIS Department Blog Writer/Assistant. This will be a paid work-study position ($9/hour up to 5 hours per week) that will be available for the full academic year 2015-2016. You must be eligible for Federal work-study to be approved for this grant-funded position.
Edit and/or write blog articles on topics assigned by the faculty editor in a timely manner
Work with members of the CIS department and RMU community to discover topics and issues for the blog and follow up on those topics in future blog posts
Monitor IT-related news outlets to discover topics and issues appropriate for the blog and follow up by writing blog posts
Manage and edit media related to blog posts (images, video)
Assist the faculty editor with management of the blog sidebar items/links and technical features in WordPress
Excellent writing and proofreading skills
Enthusiasm for IT-related topics
Ability to manage tasks and time effectively
Skills in writing for the Web, editing images, editing video, and/or WordPress is a plus.
Careers with Cyber Forensics: Military, Law Enforcement, Corporate and Executive
Wednesday, April 22, 2015 Wheatley Center Critique Space
3:45 pm – Registration
4:00 pm – Pizza will arrive
4:15 pm – 5:30 pm – Security Presentation
5:30 pm – 5:45 pm – Question and Answer period
Top Secret Colonials are sponsoring this event! If you register at the registration table, you will be able to receive SET credit for attending.
Several distinguished speakers will present, including:
Christopher J. Mellen Director of the Information Risk Management branch within the Office of the Chief Information Officer for the Executive Office of the President (EOP) of the United States His directorate consists of the Records Management Branch, Cyber Integrity (eDiscovery) branch, Information Assurance and Security Operations
VP, Director PNC-CERT Teams responsible for Network Security Monitoring, Cyber Threat Intelligence, Technical Insider Threat Mitigation, and Digital Forensics
Edward R. Villarreal
Incident Response, Mobile Security, and Insider Threat Team Lead for ManTech International onsite at a Large Federal Law Enforcement Agency His team provides computer forensic and incident response support to State-sponsored attacks against the Agency’s networks, eDiscovery collections to the Insider Threat Section, and Mobile Security technical expertise to the IT Branch deploying over 30,000 mobile devices.
At BNY Mellon, Client Technology Solutions (CTS) powers the tools that their employees use every day, secures their clients’ sensitive data, keeps the “lights on” when disaster strikes, and makes it possible to process more than $1.7 trillion per day. To provide institutions, corporations and high net worth individuals with their secure services, technology must be at the forefront of everything they do. At BNY Mellon, technology is more than a way to facilitate business – for them, it is their business.
Come out on Monday, March 30th, 2015 to learn about the infrastructure that keeps one of the world’s largest financial institutions running, and meet the expert professionals who create the innovative solutions to keep them at the forefront of this technology. You’ll hear about their internships and full-time position available in the Enterprise Infrastructure Program, which is geared toward university students and recent graduates.
If you register at the registration table, you will be able to receive SET credit for attending BNY Mellon’s event.
The Ninth Annual Intersections Undergraduate Research Conference will take place April 24, 2015 in the Sewall Center. The Honors Program would like to invite students to apply and present their research papers and creative projects.
Student have three options for presenting: 10-Minute Presentation, Poster or 50-Minute Panel Discussion
This conference highlights various disciplines and subject areas. All majors and years are invited to present.
Students will also receive SET undergraduate research credit for presenting at the conference. Students also have the chance to be awarded the distinction of “best paper” or “best poster” from the conference.
The deadline to submit an application to present isApril 1, 2015. Students can find the application here. Additional information about the conference can be found at rmu.edu/urc.
If you have any questions regarding the Undergraduate Research, please do not hesitate and email Lindsey Sobolosky – Honors Program Assistant at Robert Morris University at email@example.com or call at 412-397-5949.
On Wednesday, January 28, 2015 Carnegie Mellon University is sponsoring an event celebrating National Data Privacy Day.
Data Privacy Day (DPD) is an international effort centered on Respecting Privacy, Safeguarding Data and Enabling Trust. Data Privacy Day is an international effort to empower and educate people to protect their privacy and control their digital footprint. For more information, please visit StaySafeOnline.org
Don’t miss the opportunity to attend an exciting seminar on Data Privacy. An event will take place at the Jared L. Cohon University Center on the Carnegie Mellon campus. For more information, please visit http://cups.cs.cmu.edu/privacy-day/2015/#schedule
P.S. RMU students can always earn SET credit for attending 😉