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Co-Terminal Information Sessions

November 3rd, 2020 Comments off

Upcoming Co-Terminal Degree information sessions:

  • Co-Terminal Information Session: November 4, 2020 at 12 noon C.S.T. (Online) Register
  • Co-Terminal Information Session: November 5, 2020 at 7:00 p.m. C.S.T. (Online) Register
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Students Join ACM for Free!

October 14th, 2020 Comments off

Illinois Tech ACM-W members at the Anita Borg Conference.

The Association for Computing Machinery (ACM) is the oldest and broadest professional society for those of us in the computing professions. We just concluded the Annual Conference of the ACM Special Interest Group for Information Technology Education (ACM SIGITE 2020) where ITM faculty and students presented nine papers and posters. Participation in ACM “offers critical benefits that empower computing students who are committed to self-improvement and success in their chosen fields” as well as opportunities to network, learn, and grow. For a limited time, ACM is offering FREE one-year student memberships! (Student membership is usually $19.) Benefits of membership include:

  • Communications of the ACM – the trusted source for computing professionals, features emerging technologies, IT trends, news, opinion, research and practical applications
  • XRDS – published by and for students – featuring research highlights, opinions, upcoming events, and grant/funding opportunities
  • Custom collection of online books, videos and courses by SkillSoft covering the most in-demand skills, software, and technologies for computing professionals
  • ACM TechTalks – webinars featuring the most sought-after speakers on today’s hottest computing topics
  • ACM ByteCast – podcast conversations with researchers, practitioners, and innovators who are at the intersection of computing research and practice
  • And many more

So do it! Join today at https://www.acm.org/studentjoin. It’s free for a year. And while you’re at it, interact with your fellow Illinois Tech ACM members through one of our ACM student chapters: Illinois Tech ACM and  Illinois Tech Association for Computing Machinery-Women (ACM-W). For more information on ACM student membership, see their brochure at http://itm.iit.edu/data/ACM-brochure-student.pdf.

CNSP Monthly Cybersecurity Challenge for August 2020

August 10th, 2020 Comments off

Competing with others to solve a challenge is a fun way to get your foot in the door in cybersecurity and learn how to protect yourself online. The first CNSP challenge is about password security and multi-factor authentication. The 2 best submissions will be rewarded with a $25 gift card and optionally recognized on CNSP social media. At least one of the winners selected will be an aspiring professional or student. https://www.csnp.org/challenge.

The President and Co-Founder of Chicago’s CNSP (CyberSecurity NonProfit) is ITM Alumnus Abdel Sy Fane. Abdel earned his Bachelor of Information Technology and Management and Master of Cyber Forensics and Security as a co-terminal student in May of 2014; he is a Senior Manager for Security & Privacy at Protiviti.  BITM alumnus Oluseyi Akinlolu serves as Director of Africa for CNSP.

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Fall 2019 ITM Student Handbooks

August 16th, 2019 Comments off
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ACM RIIT 2016 Best Paper Award earned for ITM research by Anthony Ramirez and Alfredo Fernandez

September 29th, 2016 Comments off

Anthony and RayITM is happy to be in Boston! In the photo at right, Master of Cyber Forensics and Security alumnus Anthony Ramirez receives the Best Paper Award for the 2016 ACM Research in Information Technology (RIIT) conference in Boston. Anthony and Alfedo Fernandez earned this award for their paper MP3 Stegonography: Analyzing and Detecting TCSteg. This is the third time in five years that Illinois Tech Information Technology and Management researchers have received this award. The School of Applied Technology and the ITM Department are Silver Sponsors for the RIIT conference and the concurrent ACM Special Interest Group in Information Technology Education (SIGITE) conference. ITM Associate Chair Ray Trygstad serves on the SIGITE Executive Committee.

ForenSecure: Cyber Forensics and Security Conference at IIT – a Huge Success!

April 29th, 2015 Comments off

More than 220 cyber security professionals participated in ForenSecure ’15: Cyber Forensics and Security Conference and Expo at Illinois Institute of Technology’s Rice Campus in Wheaton. In its 13th year, this industry-focused technical conference attracted representatives from Google, the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), Exelon, Cisco, Verizon, Comcast, Allstate Insurance, Argonne National Laboratory, Booz Allen Hamilton, CDW, Chicago Public Schools, CNA Insurance, Fermilab, Ford Motor Company, Motorola Solutions, Navistar, U.S. Marines, and Alcatel-Lucent. Universities such as Boston University, University of Chicago, University of Illinois at Chicago, Loyola University, Lewis University, Northern Illinois University, Wheaton College, University of Wisconsin, University of Dubuque (Iowa) and several community colleges, and other organizations were also represented.

This multi-tracked conference included discussion and debate by local, regional, national, and international organizations and universities over cyber security, forensics, data/information governance, cyber crime, cyber security legislation and legal issues, ethical hacking, eDiscovery, cloud forensics, steganography, policy and compliance, privacy, wireless security, cloud computing, credit card fraud, drones, identity theft, and more.

William Lidinsky, director, School of Applied Technology Computer Security and Forensics Laboratory; interim director, Center for Cyber Security and Forensics Education; and industry professor of Information Technology and Management headed up the conference with co-chairs, Ben Khodja (ITM ’12,  M.S. CYF ’15) and Yalinne Castelan Guzman (ITM, M.S. CYF ’16).

Several IIT faculty presented at conference sessions including Mohammad Shahidehpour, Bodine Chair professor of electrical and computer engineering; Henry Perritt Jr, professor of law; Ray Trygstad, director of information technology at IIT School of Applied Technology; and Adam Rouse, legal fellow for the Institute of Science, Law, and Technology at IIT Chicago-Kent College of Law; Bonnie Goins and William Slater III, adjunct industry professors of information technology and management;.

Student presentations from Lidinsky’s ITMS 448/548-Cyber Security Technologies, ITMS 539-Steganography, and ITMS 549-Cyber Security Technologies: Projects & Advanced Methods courses were featured both days. Presentations included various forms of steganography, how to defend Android apps, RADISH (Remotely-Accessible Dynamic Infrastructure for Students to Hack) developed at IIT, and more.

More information about ForenSecure: Cyber Forensics & Security Conference & Expo

More Information about Cyber Forensics and Securiey Lab at Illinois Institute of Technology School of Applied Technology

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FOX 32 Chicago News interviews ITM’s Jeremy Hajek regarding fob dead zone

April 1st, 2015 Comments off

School of Applied Technology Associate Professor Jeremy Hajek is interviewed on FOX 32 Chicago News about the possible causes of a key fob dead zone in Chicago.

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CBS Chicago interviews ITM’s Ray Trygstad

December 15th, 2014 Comments off

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Ray Trygstad, ITM Associate Chair and Industry Professor, was interviewed for a CBS Chicago article titled “Communication Will Give Chicago IT Professionals An Edge In Hiring”.

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New Course Announcement!

December 11th, 2014 Comments off

ITMD 545 Web Real-Time Communications (WebRTC)
Details at – http://appliedtech.iit.edu/news/2014/dec/11/new-course-announcement

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Embedded Systems Students Present Final Projects, Fall 2014

December 8th, 2014 Comments off

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Students enrolled in IIT School of Applied Technology’s Embedded Systems and Reconfigurable Logic Design course (ITMT 492/593) gave their final project presentations on Tuesday, December 2 in The McCormick Tribune Campus Center Auditorium. The course, taught by faculty members Jeremy Hajek and Dan Tomal, focused on students working on projects designed to solve real-world problems using a range of technical solutions.

Each presentation was technically focused and included a demonstration. Afterward, the projects were available for viewing, and audience members were able to interact with the students and the projects. The student projects included:

Wearable Home Automation Framework
Bart Dworak (ITM), Sydney Hardwick (ITM), Eduardo Villanueva (ITM), Olivia Minton (ITM)

Building a Smart Home
Colin Redmond (ITM), Dean Nelson (ITM), Brian Curtis (ITM), Awa Ka (ITM)

Following Mirror
Cheol-won Seo (ITM), Kyeongmin Kang (ITM), Jusung Mun (ITM)

RFID ID Reader for Class Presence
Bianca Canalli Zagueto (INTM), Josmar Baruffaldi Cristello (MMAE), Javier Moreno Valdecantos (ITM)

Mobile Flood Prediction System
Alysson Gustavo Andrade Souza (CS), Luiz Mariano Pinto (MMAE), Israel Aries Candido (ECE)

Automotive Media Center with Real-Time GPS Tracking
Clint Bhola (ITM)

Let Me Show You The Future—Internet of Things Networking
Jeremy Hajek (Industry Associate Professor ITM department)

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The Information Technology and Management (ITM) program in the School of Applied Technology seeks to work with other programs, integrating efforts and producing cross-curricular project results. Frameworks for additional research possibilities will result, enabling researchers and departments to learn and grow together.

Learn more about the embedded systems student presentations and demonstrations by clicking here. Learn more about additional ITM student projects at this link.

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Pictured above Bob Carlson, Dean, IIT School of Applied Technology, far right, reviews the Mobile Flood Prediction System.

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Pictured above Dean Nelson (ITM) left side, Colin Redmond (ITM), and Awa Ka (ITM) demonstrate Home Automation – Building a Smart Home Using openHAB.

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