SRM Institute of Science and Technology
Department of Computer Science and Engineering
Workshop on Ethical Hacking and Information Security
A comprehensive 2 day workshop on to learn and hack your way in
To develop creativity among students to build their own security tools and use them for defensive purpose.
To make students understand how to plan the specifies of a test, carefully scoping the project and defining the rules of engagement with target environment personnel.
Students will begin by understanding how perimeter defenses work and then be lead into scanning and attacking their own networks.

Campus Ambassador Initiative
Holding upto a responsibility and connecting with the team is what makes one a leader. White Hat Hackers Club proudly announces the Campus Ambassador initiative which is an opportunity for you to be a leader and be the face of White Hat Hackers Club in your institute.
Hone your marketing and communication skills with the responsibility that also provide awesome prizes too along with the experience. Be a part of it and get a chance to showcase your skills.
Being a Campus Ambassador is a fun and flexible job, and tasked with work for less than 6 hours a week. Ambassadors are promptly responsive, approachable and are most definitely good with people. They promote our stride and display rich cognition of current events. If you think you got what it takes to be the CA of WHHC Register Here

HackItUp is a Level-Based Hacking Competition, where you will be learning the specifics of Penetration Testing and Ethical Hacking being organised on the 27th and 28th of September. Industry Specialists from the Null Community which is the largest Open-Source community for cyber security in India, will be coming in for conducting live hands-on sessions and taking you from Absolute Beginner Level to an Intermediate/Advanced Level

Technozarre is the Flagship event of WHHC. The event saw a footfall of around 600 participants from various college in and around Chennai. The event saw more than 10 events condcuted under it which covered Technical, Non-technical and Gaming events as well.