CybOrg General Meeting #5


Come learn more about Ernst and Young’s Cyber Threat practices! We will be welcoming one of USC’s own cyber security alumni, Kevin Keer, to talk about his work with the firm as an EY consultant!


CybOrg GM #4

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CybOrg is pleased to host West Monroe Partners! They are a Consulting firm with a special focus on Technology, Innovation, and security. They are bringing in members of their company who will talk about their daily lives and challenges with the company. Additionally, they have internship and full time opportunities.

Additionally, the company will be providing FOOD! We can’t wait to see you there!

CybOrg Networking Night – Save the Date!

Screen Shot 2018-02-20 at 12.22.12 PMSave the date! You are invited to join CybOrg for a night of casual networking with our industry professionals.

*You must be a paid CybOrg member to attend.*
If you are interested in becoming a CybOrg member, please visit for information about our membership, and Venmo @USC-CybOrg $15 for a semester long membership.

Attire: Business Attire

RSVP here by March 29th:

In addition to your RSVP here, please submit a $10 refundable deposit to Venmo @USC-CybOrg. We will refund you your $10 at the Networking Night check-in.

Upcoming Tech Talks

Our next wave of recruitment events features CrowdStrike, Union Bank, Magnet Forensics & Stroz Friedberg! Mark them on your calendars and we hope to see ya’ll come out.
Crowdstrike Tech Talk – Tuesday, September 26th, 6.30 – 8 pm
Magnet Forensics Tech Talk – Monday, October 2nd, 6.30 – 8 pm
MUFG Union Bank – Monday, October 9th, 6.30 – 8 pm
Stroz Friedberg Tech Talk – Tuesday, October 10th, 6.30 – 8 pm
Please RSVP here:

Cyber Talks

CrowdStrike Tech Talk


CrowdStrike was founded in 2011 to fix a fundamental problem: The sophisticated attacks that were forcing the world’s leading businesses into the headlines could not be solved with existing malware-based defenses. Co-founders George Kurtz and Dmitri Alperovitch realized that a brand new approach was needed — one that combines the most advanced endpoint protection with expert intelligence to pinpoint the adversaries perpetrating the attacks, not just the malware.
CrowdStrike burst onto the national scene during the U.S. election season last year when it became the first to pin a data breach at the Democratic National Committee on Russia. They recently closed a $100 million funding round at a valuation exceeding $1 billion.