Engage in Partner Events
Participate in speaking engagements including lunch & learns, tech-talks, networking mixers ... or schedule an exclusive Q&A session for your organization.
NYU Tandon works closely with business leaders in IT, information security, human resources, corporate rewards, learning & development, etc. to communicate featured partnership benefits to employees.
Hosted virtually or at a partner site, the exclusive, 45-min information session is led by industry experts and enrollment specialists who brief employees on the programs and take questions from the audience.
CSAW [see-SAW] is the most comprehensive student-run cyber security event in the world, featuring 8 cyber competitions, workshops, and industry events. Final events are hosted by 5 global academic centers.
- AIG Lecture Series
The NYU Tandon School of Engineering Cyber Security Lecture Series provides an arena for high-level discussion among world-class scholars and practitioners. Currently sponsored by AIG—the multinational insurance organization–lectures and panel discussions are designed to raise the visibility of risks and issues, including personal privacy. Internationally renowned experts join together to stimulate collaborative thinking among businesses, government agencies, non-profits, academic institutions, media, and the public.
Practical and timely, the series also focuses on possible strategies that address the impact of growing risks.
- Recruiting Portal
TandonConnect is Tandon’s exclusive mobile-friendly job listing and career management resource for all enrolled students. This is a platform that connects students with employers in STEM industries.
Everyone at Tandon, from our undergraduates to the faculty at our esteemed academic research centers, is focused on discovering practical solutions to the most pressing challenges facing society and on addressing tomorrow’s problems today.
- Women leaders in Cybersecurity
Women Leaders in Cybersecurity is the premier event bringing together leading women in cybersecurity to address some of the most pressing issues in the field today.
Most recently, Privacy 2021, featured a panel of experts in a timely overview of critical privacy issues impacting cybersecurity for 2021, including data transparency and security; navigating international regulations; remote workforce programs; employer contact tracing issues; biometric privacy legislation; emerging privacy technologies; managing third-party risk; and more.