28 November 2022 CSNEWS Systems & Networking , Security

28 November 2022 - For two days in mid-November 2022, the National University of Singapore (NUS) School of Computing was transformed into a command centre for the inaugural Critical Infrastructure Defence Exercise (CIDeX) organised by the Digital and Intelligence Service (DIS), the 4th service of the Singapore Armed Forces (SAF).

As a dedicated Service, the DIS trains and sustains digital forces and capabilities to defend the peace and security of Singapore from evolving and increasingly complex threats in the digital domain.

17 November 2022 Department of Computer Science , Student , Programming Languages & Software Engineering

16 Nov 2022 – The School of Computing was once again abuzz with creative energy as some 120 students presented 40 innovative projects across 4 tracks to over 600 guests and industry sponsors at the 21st STePS (SOC Term Project Showcase).

Touted as the biggest developer centric event at the NUS School of Computing, the brainchild of Prof Anand Bhojan can be described as a mini tradeshow that provides a platform for selected student projects to be showcased to peers, industry sponsors, government agencies and interested parties.  

10 November 2022 Department of Computer Science , Student , Security

 8 November 2022 – NUS students have once again proven that strong computing skills coupled with the intellect for creative problem-solving are a potent formula for success.   

Two teams from the NUS School of Computing beat more than 30 teams from across Singapore and Asean to emerge tops at the 12th Singapore Cyber Conquest, held during GovWare 2022. GovWare is the premier cybersecurity intel and connectivity platform for the latest trends in technology, organizational implementation, and user perspectives in all things cybersecurity.

The NUS Greycats team comprising Tan Jia Le (Year 4, Information Security) and Devesh Logendran (Year 2, Information Security) emerged as No. 1 in the competition. Coming a close 2nd was the NUS Greyhats comprising Chandrasekaran Akash (Year 2, Computer Science) and Daniel Lim Wee Soong (Year 4, Computer Engineering).