CFP 2017

CFP is closed now!

Welcome to the CFP for the 2017 edition of BSides Delhi

We are looking for some awesome submissions in the following categories:

  • Technical Talks (30-35 minutes)
  • Workshops (3-4 Hours)
  • Sub-events / Villages (2-4 Hours)
  • Rookie Track (15-20 minutes)

Technical Talks: If you have something interesting to talk about your innovative information security research this is the track for you. Submit your research to interactively present / discuss with our participants and get feedback, input and opinion.

Workshops: These are workshops and classes to give participants hands-on experience learning the latest and greatest. We are accepting proposals for 1/2 day workshops.

Sub-events / Villages: These are any sub-events that you want to run in parallel to talks and workshops. Some examples of sub-events include (but not limited to) a hack-a-thon to find bugs in open source applications, a lock pick village to help participants learn and try lock picking skills or even a panel discussion on a security issue you care for.

Rookie Track: We have something for everyone. If you haven’t presented ever in any conference and feel strongly that you have something to talk about which is not a cutting edge security research but can help people who are new to the industry this is the track for you. Don’t worry if you haven’t presented ever. We will work with you to make sure you rock on stage.

Important Dates:

  • CFP Opens: June 15, 2017
  • CFP Closes: August 15, 2017
  • Notification of Acceptance: September 01, 2017
  • Conference Date: October 27, 2017

Topics:

The topics of interest are (but not limited to):

  • Innovative attack / defense strategies
  • Software/Hardware exploitation
  • Network security
  • Security monitoring
  • Web App Security
  • Mobile Security
  • Cloud Security
  • DevSecOps
  • Digital Forensics
  • Incident Response
  • Threat Intelligence
  • Malware Analysis
  • Cryptography
    … you name it

The submissions will be reviewed by our external CFP Review Panel.

For more ideas on talks and CFPs see this article from Circle City Conf’s Kat SweetDefCon’s Speakers Corner FAQs, and BSides Co-Founder Jack Daniel.

For any question or doubt, send email at cfp |@| bsidesdelhi |.| in