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BSidesSF 2016 : Security BSides San Francisco 2016

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Link: https://bsidessf.com/cfp.html
 
When Feb 28, 2016 - Feb 29, 2016
Where San Francisco, CA
Submission Deadline Jan 10, 2016
Notification Due Jan 31, 2016
Categories    security   bsides   infosec   privacy
 

Call For Papers

BSides SF is soliciting papers and presentations for the 2016 annual BSides SF conference.

CFP: https://bsidessf.com/cfp.html

** Topics **

All topic areas related to reliability, network security, privacy, cryptography, and information security are of interest and in scope.

Let us help you get the word out on The Next Big Thing!

** Submission **

https://bsidessf.com/cfp.html

** Dates and Deadlines **

CFP opens: November 30, 2015
First round notification: December 20, 2015
Submissions due: 9am PT, January 10, 2016
Final notification to authors: January 31, 2016
Conference: February 28-29, 2016 (the Sunday and Monday just before RSA 2016)

** Location **

BSides SF will be located at DNA Lounge, 375 11th Street
San Francisco, CA, USA

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Security BSides San Francisco

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