NYU OSIRIS LAB

About Us

The Offensive Security, Incident Response, and Internet Security Lab is a student-run cybersecurity research lab located in 370 Jay Street, Room 1066, at the NYU Tandon School of Engineering. It is a part of the university's Center for Cyber Security.

For more information on various events and the process of becoming a member, check out our page on Getting Involved

Our Calendar

Here, you can find our event plans. We generally have four forms of event, each of which occur weekly:

  1. Hack Nights: These informational sessions are led by members of the lab and cover security essentials which are useful for events like CTF's (Capture the Flag competitions) - events in which the lab enthusiastically participates.
  2. Cyber Security Club Meetings: These events are part of an extended speaker series where cyber security professionals, who's experiences run the gamut of the cybersecurity industry, give presentations to attendees.
  3. CTF's: Less of an event and more a weekly activity, the lab of participates in at least one CTF every weekend. This is generally a member-oriented activity, though any student is free to stop in and see what these competitions are like.
  4. Lab Meetings: These meetings are for members of the lab to stay up to date on the activities and opportunities in the lab. This is generally a member-oriented activity.

For more information on various events and the process of becoming a member, check out our page on Getting Involved

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