ISIS Laboratory

Polytechnic Institute of New York University's


Cyber Security Club

Weekly lectures from industry experts, professor, students, and more. Always on new and relevant information in the field of computer security.

Wednesdays at 12 PM in RH 227

During the semester.

Hack Night

Weekly hands on activities to help you develop experience in the continuously growing field of computer security.

Wednesdays at 6 PM in RH 219

During the semester.



A blog written by our students about current events, happenings in the lab

HowToHack Wiki

A security-centric Wiki, collaboratively developed by the ISIS Lab and several other schools.

ISIS Calendar

A calendar for security events in the New York area.


Penetration Testing and Vulnerability Analysis

This course introduces the fundamental technical skills required to identify, analyze, and exploit software vulnerabilities, taught by a team of security industry experts.


Cyber Security Awareness Week

Several days of talks, presentations, and competitions on NYU Poly's campus.



#security on port 6697 (ssl only)

Mailing Lists

Announcement list for events and weekly meetings.

Discussion list for Information Security discussion.

ISIS Laboratory

The Information Systems and Internet Security (ISIS) Laboratory is a NSF-funded lab consisting of undergraduates, graduates and professors devoted to learning and understanding practical tools and techniques used by attackers and defenders using hands-on experimentation and project work in the lab related to information security. The lab provides focus for multidisciplinary research and education in emerging areas of information security at Polytechnic Institute of NYU.