IoT Hackathon was a three days program in our college which was held on 17th, 18th & 19th September, 2018. It was organized by SWECHA organization. Total 220 students have participated in this event.
National Level IoT Hackathon
SRITW conducted a prestigious National level IoT Hackathon; we got 100+ problems with solutions for IoT Hackathon, the jury shortlisted best 50 solutions for attending National level hackathon.
A two day workshop on "Ethical Hacking" on 16th and 17th March 2019 under NewGen IEDC is conducted in SRITW. The total 90 students are participated in this workshop. In the first day of this workshop, the ethical hacker trainer LIKITH REDDY is given the introduction & importance of Ethical hacking presentation and in the next day, the students innovatively hacking program is developed.
Ethical Hacking sometimes called as Penetration Testing is an act of intruding/penetrating into system or networks to find out threats, vulnerabilities in those systems which a malicious attacker may find and exploit causing loss of data, financial loss or other major damages. The purpose of ethical hacking is to improve the security of the network or systems by fixing the vulnerabilities found during testing. Ethical hackers may use the same methods and tools used by the malicious hackers but with the permission of the authorized person for the purpose of improving the security and defending the systems from attacks by malicious users.
Ethical hackers are expected to report all the vulnerabilities and weakness found during the process to the management.