- Train students in the ability to properly secure and defend home and enterprise systems.
- Compete in Cyber Defense Competitions each semester.
- Provide students with access to a network of professionals in the cyber security fields.
- Present speakers, with a connection to cyber security, to the students of the University of Kansas.
- Host Cyber Defense Competitions at least once per school year.
How to Get Involved
- We host bi-weekly meetings. All of our meetings are open to everyone, so anyone is more that welcome to attend and get involved. Check the calendar for dates.
- Lawrence: 1005C from 7:00PM on Thursdays
- Edwards: BEST 135 from 5pm to 6pm on Wednesdays
- Contact any of our officers listed below to learn more about upcoming events and meetings.
- Join us on Rock Chalk Central!
The KU Lawrence Team
Chief Technology Officer
The KU Edwards Team
Chief Technology Officer
Code of Conduct
The University of Kansas Information Security Club (KUISC) is dedicated to providing a harassment-free environment for all, regardless of gender, sexual orientation, disability, physical appearance, body size, race, or religion. We do not tolerate harassment of any form. All communication should be appropriate for a professional audience including people of many different backgrounds. Sexual language and imagery are not appropriate for any communication and/or talks. Be kind and do not insult or put down others. Behave professionally. Remember that harassment and sexist, racist, or exclusionary jokes are not appropriate for KUISC. Members and Officers violating these rules should be reported to an Officer immediately. Crimes can be committed with the techniques taught in some of our labs. It is of utmost importance that you do not use any techniques learned on any network that you do have no explicit written permission to do so. These are the values to which people in the KUISC community should aspire:
- Don't Be Evil
- Borrowing from Google's old Code, we should all strive to be kind to each other and do not stoop to malice and hate.
- Be inclusive
- Be friendly to all
- Be welcoming to all
- Encourage each other to do their best.
- Be patient
- Remember that people have varying levels of knowledge
- Be thoughtful
- Productive communication requires effot. Think about how your words will be interpreted.
- Be respectful
- Be responsible
- Do not use skills learned here without permission from the network owners.
- Be professional
- People are complicated. You should expect to be misunderstood and to misunderstand others; when this inevitably occurs, resist the urge to be defensive or assign blame. Try not to take offense where no offense was intended. Give people the benefit of the doubt. Even if the intent was to provoke, do not rise to it. It is the responsibility of all parties to de-escalate conflict when it arises.