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ROOTS 2017, DeepSec, and DeepINTEL Call for Papers are still open

Published on June 26, 2017 By lynx

Our wonderful world of technology is full of surprises, bugs, intentional weaknesses, adversaries, defenders, vendors, and users. Some software just got more lines of code instead of a decent audit or refactoring. Everything is turning smart, but no one knows what smart really means. Big Data is all the fashion, Big Knowledge still isn’t. So […]

Call for Papers: 1st Reversing and Offensive-Oriented Trends Symposium (ROOTs) 2017

Published on May 1, 2017 By lynx

ROOTs 2017 The first Reversing and Offensive-Oriented Trends Symposium (ROOTs) 2017 opens its call for papers. ROOTs is the first European symposium of its kind. ROOTS aims to provide an industry-friendly academic platform to discuss trends in exploitation, reversing, offensive techniques, and effective protections. Submissions should provide novel attack forms, describe novel reversing techniques or […]

DeepINTEL / DeepSec News for 2017 and Call for Papers

Published on March 27, 2017 By lynx

Changing code, layout or designs have something in common – deadlines. But you cannot rush creativity, and so the new design of the DeepSec web site took some time. The old design has served us well. We basically did not change much and used it since 2007. The new design follows the stickers we use […]

Submit your Talk – Call for Papers for BSidesLondon

Published on March 14, 2017 By lynx

The Call for Papers for BSidesLondon is still running! If you haven’t submitted your talk yet, please do! The deadline is 27 March 2017. Don’t miss it! The Wonderful World of Cyber is full of stuff to talk about. There is broken software all over the Internet (of Things). 0days await. Infrastructure is ready to […]

DeepSec 2016 – Thank you for all your submissions!

Published on August 6, 2016 By lynx

The DeepSec Call for Papers closed on 31 July 2016. We are currently reviewing the content. Thank you very much for your participation! The talks and workshops look awesome. We have a hard time deciding what will be part of the schedule and what has to be postponed. For everyone who has missed the deadline, […]

DeepSec 2016 Call for Papers – Reminder – 24h to go!

Published on July 30, 2016 By lynx

The Call for Papers for the tenth DeepSec conference officially ends in 24 hours. This is a gentle reminder to submit your presentation or your kick-ass workshop.

OpenPGP.conf is calling for Content

Published on July 30, 2016 By lynx

If you don’t know what PGP means (or GPG), you should consult your favourite search engine. While it has a bad reputation for its usability, it is a lot more useful than the rumours might suggest (please attend your local CryptoParty chapter for more details). This is why the German Unix Users Group organises an OpenPGP.conf […]

Call for Papers – DeepSec 2016 – Reminder

Published on July 15, 2016 By lynx

The Call for Papers for DeepSec 2016 ends on 31 July 2016. If you have some top content, a new way to break the Internet of Things, a piece of code that lets the director of the FBI sweat (for whatever reasons), then let us know. Basically anything that breaks stuff, melts networks/applications/hardware, or singes […]

Early Birds, save the Date! BSidesVienna has opened the Call for Papers!

Published on June 24, 2016 By lynx

Grab your calendars, you have to be in Vienna on 12 November 2016! BSidesVienna is accepting your submissions for an awesome community conference. The range of topics is wide, so don’t ask yourself “Is this interesting or not?” – just submit and come to Vienna in November! While you are preparing your submission, you might […]

DeepSec 2016 Call for Papers is officially open!

Published on April 15, 2016 By lynx

DeepSec 2016 is coming! We have set up the Call for Paper manager to accept your submissions for talks and workshops. Keep the „cyber“ distractions low, maximise content. DeepSec is all about hard facts and solid research. The Internet of Stuff/Things has gained momentum. Given the current IoT security designs, this technology will keep security […]

Reminder: DeepINTEL 2016 – Call for Papers – Beat Big Data and Full Take with Brains

Published on March 15, 2016 By lynx

We already published a Call for Papers for the upcoming DeepINTEL 2016. Here are some thoughts to get your creativity going. Standard solutions and off-the-shelf products to solve your security needs are remains from the 1990s. Everything else has gone smart, and that’s how you have to address security problems in the future. NSA director […]

Wanted: Great Content™ for BSidesLondon! Can you help out?

Published on March 11, 2016 By lynx

BSidesLondon is coming up. Grab your calendar, mark the dates, and think about content to submit! The Call for Papers runs until 28 March. BSidesLondon is a community-driven event, so it’s up to the infosec community to fill it with decent talks about all things cyber, shiny, and broken (by design). We are looking forward […]

Go dark with us! Submit a presentation to DeepINTEL 2016!

Published on February 15, 2016 By lynx

Information security without intelligence is less than half the fun. That’s why we organise the DeepINTEL 2016 conference. The focus is entirely on the intelligence side of security. Given the events in the recent months it’s about time that you get your focus right and turn your radar on. Flying blind will get you into […]

Last Reminder – the DeepSec 2015 Call for Papers closes today!

Published on July 30, 2015 By lynx

Take advantage of our Call for Papers! We can’t believe that all the devices, networks, services, and shiny things around us are completely secure. Once it got Wi-Fi, a SIM card, memory, or a processor there is bound to be an accident. It’s not just hunting rifles, jeeps, currencies, experts, and airplanes that can be […]

DeepSec 2015 – „Cyber“ Call for Papers is online!

Published on May 28, 2015 By lynx

The Call for Papers of DeepSec 2015 is open! We are looking for your presentation and your in-depth training to add to our schedule. There has been a lot of activity in the past six months with regards to information security. Given the cultural and political impact of vulnerable code there are ample topics to […]