EenVandaag visited our premises to show what really goes at Cyberworkplace
Interviews with Anouk Vos | Owen Vogelaar | Jasper Jumelet
Watch from 15.10 minutes onwards (in Dutch)
Vacature stagiair / stagiaire
Cyberworkplace in Rotterdam helpt jongeren zich te ontwikkelen tot ethisch hackers. Dat doen we door hen in de praktijk op te leiden. Daarna helpen we hen een geschikte stageplaats of baan te vinden. Cyberworkplace richt zich op jongeren van 16 tot 26 jaar die in het reguliere onderwijs niet vinden wat zij zoeken. Cyberworkplace zoekt een stagiair (-e) die de algemeen manager gaat ondersteunen.
De inhoud van je stage
Dit zullen je belangrijkste taken worden:
- je organiseert bijeenkomsten
- je onderhoudt contacten met studenten en docenten
- je plaatst berichten over CyberWorkplace op social media
- je houdt de financiële administratie bij
- je houdt studentendossiers bij
- registreert aanwezigheid van studenten
- je doet kleine aankopen
- je denkt mee over het verbeteren van Cyberworkplace
Je volgt een administratieve opleiding en wilt graag praktijkervaring opdoen. Je beheerst de Nederlandse en de Engelse taal goed in woord en geschrift. Je kunt werken met Outlook, Excel en Word. Je organiseert graag bijeenkomsten en werkt netjes. Je bent handig met social media. Je hebt een goed humeur en kunt omgaan met stress.
De startdatum van je stage zullen we samen bepalen. Je loopt drie of vier dagen stage per week. We zullen ook samen bepalen hoe lang je stage zal duren (minimaal vier maanden en maximaal tien maanden). Tijdens je stage werk je op maandag (in overleg), woensdag en vrijdag op ons kantoor in het centrum van Rotterdam. Wij bieden een vaste praktijkbegeleider en een gezellige werkomgeving. Je krijgt een stagevergoeding, vrije dagen en we betalen jouw reiskosten op basis van openbaar vervoer.
Vragen over de stage kun je per e-mail sturen naar email@example.com
Je sollicitatiebrief met CV kun je sturen naar hetzelfde emailadres onder vermelding van “stage CWP” De selectieprocedure zal onder meer bestaan uit een sollicitatiegesprek.
Acquisitie naar aanleiding van deze vacature wordt niet op prijs gesteld.
Time flies when you’re having fun. CyberHeroes week was officially completed on March 23rd, 2019. What an incredible experience that it was!
We started the week with insightful lectures – one on the History of Cryptography done by the PGP creator, Philip Zimmermann, and another done by KPN Chief Information Security Office Strategy and Policy team lead Oscar Koeroo on RSA encryption. We also hosted some lock-picking challenges at Cyberworkplace, exposing that the security technology we currently have is outdated and in desperate need of an update.
On Day 2 of CyberHeroes week, participants competed in a Capture the Flag (CTF) challenge and had a lecture on what does it take to be a good CTF player, along with a demo on password cracking from Melanie Rieback, CEO and Co-founder of Radically Open Security. Participants ended the day with a sight-seeing trip around Rotterdam.
Day 3 was a digital-forensics themed day. Participants got to visit the Seaport Police premises and even ride on a police patrol boat to get a truly immersive experience. Students had to tackle CSI-style challenges and later discussed their results. Finally, Floor Jansen, co-founder of Hack_Right and Strategic Adviser from Team High Tech Crime and Digital Forensics Expert Marinus Boekelo, presented on a real case.
On Day 4 CyberHeroes week, participants got to learn to program smart devices (including a motion sensor, smart switch, lights, and a smart button) to perform a various range of effects together with Maarten van Duivenbode. This exposed our CyberHeroes to both the benefits and potential security risks smart devices might pose. Next, participants headed over to The Hague where they were welcomed at Cybersprint by its CISO and Product Owner, Cynthia Schouten, who gave a presentation and a tour at the HSD Campus where they visited the IoT lab of Leiden University and Splendo. Soufian El Yadmani, a Security Analyst at Cybersprint, also presented on how individuals with cyber-skills can maximize their opportunities. Following this, Peter van Eijk from the Municipality of The Hague also enlightened our students on the work the Municipality does with cybersecurity companies and ethical hackers to stay in control of its online footprint. The day ended with a wonderful reception at the residence of the US Ambassador.
On the next day, our CyberHeroes headed off to Hacklab in Leeuwarden, where they stayed in a prison-turned-hostel and participated in another CTF challenge. Participants also got to go sightseeing in the city.
To finish the entire program, a closing ceremony was held at Hacklab. CyberHeroes was everything we hoped it would be and more. We are so proud and thankful for everyone who worked to make this week a possibility: our staff, volunteers, sponsors, our participants. CyberHeroes could not have happened without the dedication of a team of people working together to make it a reality.
Day 5 of CyberHeroes week started with a bus ride to our partners Hacklab in Leeuwarden; where we got to stay in a prison-turned hostel!
This was the first time the students from Cultivating Coders AND Cyberworkplace got to see the Hacklab premises and meet the Hacklab students! We jumped into another Capture the Flag (CTF) challenge created specifically for the CyberHeroes program by the DEFCON group where participants competed against each other individually. The winner will be announced on Saturday!
Once the students successfully completed the CTF challenge, they got to explore the city of Leeuwarden and learn some Frisian on their sight-seeing trip.
Day 4 of CyberHeroes week was a day full of a diverse array of activities.
First, Maarten van Duivenbode from Duivenbode ICT led a workshop on smart devices for our CyberHeroes participants. Through various different assignments, they learned how to program motion sensors, lights, smart switches, and smart buttons to perform a range of actions! This workshop gave participants a glimpse into how fun and useful smart devices can be, but also into their potential risks when it comes to security.
Next, participants headed over to The Hague where they were welcomed at Cybersprint by its CISO and Product Owner, Cynthia Schouten, who gave a presentation and a tour at the HSD Campus where they visited the IoT lab of Leiden University and Splendo. Soufian El Yadmani, a Security Analyst at Cybersprint, also presented on how individuals with cyber-skills can maximize their opportunities. This was a great way to keep our students motivated to develop their cyber skills and to introduce them to potential career opportunities! Following this, Peter van Eijk from the Municipality of The Hague also enlightened our students on the work the Municipality does with cybersecurity companies and ethical hackers to stay in control of its online footprint.
In the evening, participants and all involved people in CyberHeroes were guests at the residence of the US Ambassador, Peter Hoekstra, in The Hague. During the reception, our students gave the Ambassador a Cyberworkplace hoodie!