Hashdump Security
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Jack Sovereign

President

I’m a junior at CSU studying computer science. I’ve had an interest in cybersecurity for years, but never really knew where to learn more about it until I found this club! I’m excited to learn more about it and share my knowledge with others throughout the upcoming year. If I’m not studying, I like hiking, camping, watching movies, and listening to music.

Responsibilities
  • Prepare topics for meetings
  • Contact companies and professors
  • Lead meetings and delegate tasks to officers
Contact
Jack.Sovereign@colostate.edu
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Chloe Hesskamp

Vice President

I am a sophomore undergraduate student at CSU studying computer science and mathematics. I became interested in cybersecurity through math and am especially interested in learning more about cryptography and cryptanalysis. One of my goals is to spread awareness of cybersecurity to a broad audience. When I am not programming, I enjoy playing the violin and reading.

Responsibilities
  • Prepare topics for meetings
  • Contact companies and professors
  • Lead meetings and delegate tasks to officers
Contact
Chloe.Hesskamp@colostate.edu
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Chloe Hesskamp

Webmaster

I am a sophomore undergraduate student at CSU studying computer science and mathematics. I became interested in cybersecurity through math and am especially interested in learning more about cryptography and cryptanalysis. One of my goals is to spread awareness of cybersecurity to a broad audience. When I am not programming, I enjoy playing the violin and reading.

Responsibilities
  • Maintain the website
  • Manage slack/discord
  • Update topic information with urls and notes
Contact
Chloe.Hesskamp@colostate.edu
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Britta Maher

Sys Admin

I am an undergraduate sophomore majoring in Computer Science at CSU. I participated in many different technology clubs such as Cyber Patriot and the First Tech Challenge during high school, and discovered my interest in cyber security through Cyber Patriot and Girls Go Cyber. I continued my pursuit of cybersecurity by joining Hashdump. I spend a lot of my free time going to hackathons, online conferences, reading or taking care of my plants.

Responsibilities
  • Maintain club servers
  • Build/maintain vulnerable VMs
  • Create educational demos with our systems
  • Assist and supervise any projects a club member wants to do with our systems
Contact
Britta.Maher@colostate.edu
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Britta Maher

Secretary

I am an undergraduate sophomore majoring in Computer Science at CSU. I participated in many different technology clubs such as Cyber Patriot and the First Tech Challenge during high school, and discovered my interest in cyber security through Cyber Patriot and Girls Go Cyber. I continued my pursuit of cybersecurity by joining Hashdump. I spend a lot of my free time going to hackathons, online conferences, reading or taking care of my plants.

Responsibilities
  • Take notes from meetings
  • Prepare and send weekly emails
Contact
Britta.Maher@colostate.edu
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Enzo Barret

Treasurer

Hello! I'm a sophomore music performance major at CSU (trumpet), soon to be a CS double major. I love all things cyber security and enjoy being a member of this club. Some of by other hobbies include photography, music, and sailing. As treasurer this year I will be adjusting everything in the buget for being virtual!

Responsibilities
  • Create and maintain a budget
  • Make purchases and handle reimbursements
  • Apply for funding
Contact
enzo.barrett@rams.colostate.edu
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Dr. Joseph Gersch

Academic Advisor

Dr. Gersch is an instructor at CSU, the former president of Secure64 Software Corporation, and a 24-year HP veteran. His current research includes systems and network security, blockchain, security analytics, and visualization. As our principle advisor, Dr. Gersch is brimming with knowledge and experience, and is always happy to share it.

Contact
jgersch@colostate.edu
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Jordan Peterson

Graduate Advisor

Jordan is a second-year grad student working towards a Master of Science in Computer Science at CSU. He is also a veteran of the Hashdump club, being a member since his undergrad and having held different officer positions in the club since 2016. His current research focuses on security within the ever-growing Internet of Things.

Contact
jordantp@rams.colostate.edu