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Hacktivity 2017 : Hacktivity - The IT Security Festival in Central and Eastern Europe

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Link: https://hacktivity.com
 
When Oct 20, 2017 - Oct 21, 2017
Where Budapest, Hungary
Submission Deadline Jun 30, 2017
Notification Due Jul 31, 2017
Final Version Due Oct 20, 2017
Categories    computer security   cyber security
 

Call For Papers

Hacktivity 2017 Call For Papers

Conference: October 20-21, 2017
CFP closing date: June 30, 2017
CFP notification to authors: July 31, 2017

Venue: Budapest, Hungary
Web: https://hacktivity.com
Email: cfp _!{at}!_ hacktivity.com
Twitter: @hacktivityconf

The Hacktivity Crew

The Hacktivity hacking conference brings together the official and alternative representatives of information security profession with all those interested in the area, in an informal, yet educational, and most of the times highly technical.

Call For Contributions/Speakers

This year we are offering two alternatives: you can either give a presentation as usual or you can give a hello workshop.

Presentations

This is the business as usual. We require similar thing as in any other IT security conference CFP. We are accepting presentations from a wide spectrum of IT security topics. It is up to you to apply for a presentation which is in line with the spirit of Hacktivity. We favor presentations with demo.

Please write your slide deck in English. Your speech can be in English (favored) or Hungarian.

As a speaker you can have either 20­ minutes or 40 ­minute s lot to present your topic.

Hello workshop

We all know there is a huge difference between seeing and doing. Real knowledge grows from issuing your first command. Therefore, to help visitors start off learning we organize hello workshops. Hello workshops are short courses introducing basic/intermediate IT security skills. Previous years included topics like:

Burp Extensions
Malicious PDF analysis
Basic rootkit techniques
SQL injections
A hello workshop should meet the following requirements:

participants should acquire a definite and useful piece of knowledge;
participants bring their own equipment you should calculate with the diversity;
a workshop will not have more than 16 attendees;
it should fit into 20 plus 20 minutes (seeing plus doing) from preparation to take­aways.
one workshop will be held approx. 3 times during the two days
Topics

Here are some topics that we are especially interested in:

Vulnerabilities at unexpected territories
Exploit mitigations and their mitigations
Malware analysis inside or outside the sandbox
Blue Team techniques / operation
Big Data / Cloud / APT / any_fancy_buzzword ­ What’s the big deal? Are there any / What are the new threats?
Extraordinary stories of #FAIL
Any research which brings something brand new to the security world
These are just examples though, please feel free to submit your talk as long as it fits to the spirit of Hacktivity.

How to apply as a speaker

Please fill out our CFP application form: http://bit.ly/2pqGiy5

Speaker benefits

Speaker benefits are applicable to every person presenting at least one 40 minute or two 20 minute presentations. If you would like to hold a Hello workshop and need coverage for travel or accommodation please contact us!

Hacktivity offers speakers accommodation for 2 nights next to the venue of the conference and cover travel expenses up to 350 EUR.

Please note that we have flexibility regarding the travel expenses. The travel contribution is agreed individually with every speaker . Please contact us at cfp _!{at}!_ hacktivity.com for more details.

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