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SRA Club Presents ‘Hacking for Fun, Profit and Terrorism’

SRA_Club_LogoWhat: The Security and Risk Analysis Club will be hosting Bill Marlow, successful entrepreneur and cyber security guru. He will be giving a presentation titled Hacking for Fun, Profit and Terrorism. Marlow is an incredibly engaging speaker with tons of insight on cyber security and cyber warfare. For those with interest in the area, this is a ‘can’t miss’ event.

Check out the Facebook event to RSVP so the SRA Club can book a larger room, if necessary.

When: Wednesday September 23 at 7:30 pm

Where: 113 IST “The Cybertorium” (Go up the ramp of IST, head into the doors on the right, head straight through the cafe and the doors are on the right of a set of stairs headed down to the first floor)

Cost: Free!

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