Information Security in Today's Digital Culture
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True is honored to support the Tulsa community. Since we opened our doors in 2004, that support has taken many forms from volunteering for community outreach events and work days to donating funds to local causes. In recent years, that support has expanded to include sponsoring and mentoring the University of Tulsa (TU) security and …
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Day of Caring 2015

October 8th, 2015 | Posted by Kayna Kelley in Stewardship - (0 Comments)

For this year’s Tulsa Area United Way Day of Caring, True volunteered at the Girl Scouts of Eastern Oklahoma’s Troop House location, a camp site area tucked away within the city, just five minutes from True’s downtown office. We spent our day working as a team, cutting lumber and carefully constructing and sanding six sturdy …
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What is a ‘hacker’? Over the years the media has twisted the meaning, so that today it is widely used to describe cyber criminals and is full of negative connotations. However, the term was first used within the technology industry in reference to a special breed of inventors and engineers. These engineers, inventors, technicians, and …
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Toward the end of July, FireEye released a set of CTF-style challenges for their second annual FlareOn challenge. These specific challenges are related to reverse engineering and typically showcase obfuscation techniques employed by real pieces of malware. The goal for these challenges is to discover the password/email address that will allow you to advance to …
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This past weekend I participated in the CSAW 2015 CTF on team ascii_overflow. Our team is relatively new; however, we managed to finish 15th on the qualifying scoreboard – just barely enough to send our undergraduate members to compete at the CSAW finals in NYC (Good luck guys!). I started on the Crypto 500 challenge …
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