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Tuesday, October 24, 2017

HackSmith v1.0

HackSmith v1.0 is a first of its kind infosec hackathon held in Singapore. The objective of this hackathon is to promote Singapore's infosec tools development culture.


What's the topic of this hackathon? Infosec!


What kinds of submission are we looking for? Infosec tools! Tools for incident management, forensic investigations, threat hunting, pentesting, data analysis, etc. for any domain of choice, be it for Windows, Mac OSX, Mobile platforms, networking, cellular, etc.


Note: This is not a CTF nor exploit development competition.


Where will it be held?


<Coming Soon> Somewhere nice.


What's gonna happen? The hackathon will start with a short briefing. Teams will then start their development for 24 hours. A short presentation will then follow, to be scored by our judging panel.


Food and drinks will be provided!


Why should you participate? To hang out with fellow infosec enthusiasts and code together! You don't need to have an amazing idea, nor be the best coder. "I just want to spend a nice weekend coding with my fellow peers" is a good enough reason to register.


Judging Criteria:
• Novelty and complexity of the tool
• Usability of the tool
• Impact on the community - Does the tool helps a lot of people? Can the community build on this tool?
• "Format" of the tool - Is the tool a minor update to the existing tool, a major update, or is it a new tool


Prizes: Beautifully designed medals (Coins) for the top teams.
More Rewards: Good submissions will be showcased at Black Hat Asia 2018 (Edgis/Div0 Booth at the Exhibition Area). Potential Black Hat Arsenal submissions will receive help for the Arsenal's CFP.


Registration: Participants can either go solo, or take part as a team of up to 3 members. Register Form: https://goo.gl/forms/6O3BUinnMjSKMWWw1


Sponsors & Supporters: Black Hat Asia, We Build SG, The Honeynet Project (Singapore Chapter) and many more. HackSmith v1.0

Tuesday, October 10, 2017

Gryphon CtF conducted 4th-10th Oct 2017

Our DISM students put their school vacation into good use and took part in our annual G-CtF conducted 4th-10th Oct 2017, culminating in a pizza party on the final day as competitors run their final lap up the G-CtF scoreboard.

certificates for participants


De-stressing over pizza!










Some working very hard at the final flags



Find time to take it easy too!

Top teams hard at work

Teamwork is key!


And for the results!

Congrats to the winners!! Special thanks to the



Monday, October 9, 2017

Workshop on Firewalls by Palo Alto

Our DISM students never seem to stop learning! On 9th Oct, 15 of our students came back during their school vacation to undergo a workshop conducted by Palo Alto.



Friday, August 25, 2017

FYP 2017 showcase and DISM Awards Day

We held out FYP showcase on 16 Aug 2017, along side with our DISM Awards Day.


Snapshots of some of our FYP Presentations



Stay tuned for pictures from our Awards Day Prize Giving!

Saturday, May 6, 2017

DISM Gold and Silver Medallist (Class of 2017)

Congratulations to the Class of 2017.

DISM Gold Medallist, Yong Jun Jie, with
Mr Samson Yeow, Course Chair of DISM
DISM Silver Medallist, Soh Jun Qi, with
Mr Samson Yeow, Course Chair of DISM

Wednesday, May 3, 2017

DISM students introduced to industry certifications

Mr Breyvan, a representative of EC-Council, addresses the DISM Year 2 students on the benefits of the Certified Ethical Hacker (CEH) and other globally recognised certifications. SP provides the CEH certification at a highly subsidised rate, to all interested students.



Tuesday, May 2, 2017

Singapore Polytechnic 2017 Graduation - Our graduates, our pride.


Mr. Soh Wai Wah,
Principal and Chief Executive Officer
Singapore Polytechnic
Congratulatory Message from Principal and CEO.

"Today marks the successful completion of your journey in Singapore's first polytechnic. After this ceremony, you will be a member of SP’s 190,000-strong alumni. This is a significant milestone and opportunity in your life when you can make an impact on our society."
For more details, please visit this URL.