SMU .Hack

Hackers can be broadly defined as adherents in the technology subculture of the world today. SMU .Hack is an interest group comprising technology enthusiasts committed to spreading the passion for technology through a proven peer-to-peer methodology that includes fortnightly sharing sessions, workshops and hackathons. SMU .Hack aims to be the quintessential technology-focused group in SMU and beyond - one that provides its members an enjoyable, rewarding and invigorating experience.

Email: dotnetsociety@smu.edu.sg
Website: http://smu-hack.github.io

Whitehat Society

Whitehat Society is an information security special interest group in SMU. We are a bunch of passionate individuals who love technology! Advocating security is our goal, and we do so by teaching useful IT software (be it setting up your own Wordpress website or using Excel) and at the same time we teach them how to use the software safely and securely. We are a competitive bunch as well, and we hold weekly trainings for those who want to learn more technical skills! We have close ties with the industry, working with partners from Edgis Security, ThinkSECURE, iDA, CSA, CSAA and SiTF to organise industry sharing so our members know what to expect in the future. We hope to inspire a new generation of hackers through our annual WhiteHacks@SG information security competition, where students from junior college receive training by Whitehat Society members and compete in a Capture-the-Flag style competition.

Our Motto is “Advocating Security”.

Email: issig@sa.smu.edu.sg
Website: http://whitehats.sis.smu.edu.sg

Devera Development Club

Devera is a special interest group created by a group of tech-savvy, entrepreneurial students who seek to help students expand their technical expertise and project management abilities by taking on real world projects for real clients.

Email: devera@sa.smu.edu.sg
Website: https://devera.sg/

Anthill Society

We are a special interest group which aims to value-add student experiences in the field of Smart-City Management and Technology (SMT) through weekly workshops which incorporate topical discussions on Smart City issues and hands-on experience with Smart City technologies. Members will also get to work on real-world Smart City projects with industry project sponsors and participate in hackathons, and apply technologies such as analytics and IoT to help solve urbanization problems.

Email: anthill@smu.edu.sg