Call for Papers

Submission Guide

We have several tracks to submit your talk or workshop to this year:

15 Minute

30 Minute

Lightening talks

  • All Security professionals are welcome to submit their talks, if selected you can interact with our participants and hear their feedback, input, and opinions.

  • Presenters can speak about their newest research, tools, and approaches to InfoSec.

  • Presenters can speak on a wide range of topics (Activism, Crypto, Effective ways to Improve Security, Lock-Picking, Hardware Hacking, Mental Health/Burnout, Law, Privacy, Regulations, Risk, Reverse-Engineering Malware in Go, etc)

  • Discussions which are relevant and impactful to the local community

Important Dates

Conference Dates: April 8th, 2023

Deadline for Submissions: March 20th, 2023

Notification of Acceptance: April 1st, 2023

Review Process

Each submitted talk will be reviewed by a committee of dedicated reviewers. A final group of core conference stall will make a final judgement on each talk based on the comments provided by the review panel. Reviewers score talks based on a number of criteria, including but not limited to the following:

    • Detailed Outline

    • Uniqueness and Innovation

    • Grammar

    • Impact on the local community

Talk Ideas

Incident detection and response

Social Engineer and soft skills

Building an effective Security Culture

Open Source Intelligence Techniques

Zero trust networking

Delivering effective security on a very small budget

Reducing technical debt and complexity to improve security

Attacks and effective mitigations

Focused research on specific IoT or tech

Exploit development