BSidesVienna is back! And the organisation team is looking for talks. BSidesVienna was started in 2011. There were some smaller BSides-like events in Vienna in the past two years. BSidesVienna 2014 is planned for the 22 November 2014 (right after DeepSec 2014). The call for papers will close on 30 September 2014, so if you have interesting stuff you want to show onstage, then submit it to the BSidesVienna team. You can’t keep a good con down… so let’s have fun and infosec talks at BSidesVienna 2014!
After weeks of hard work we have now the preliminary schedule of DeepSec 2014 online! We received over hundred submissions, and we had to navigate through a lot of publications, abstracts and references. We hope that you like the mixture of topics. We especially hope that you will find the offered trainings interesting. We still wait for content and corrections, so bear with us while the schedule takes its final form. Contrary to the past years we had a lot more to do in terms of completing information about submitted talks and trainings. We will tell you more about this in the upcoming blog articles (which we will announce on our Twitter account, so you don’t miss anything). Looking forward to see you in Vienna in November!
The Call for Papers of DeepSec 2014 officially ended yesterday. We are currently reviewing all your submissions and will publish the preliminary schedule in the course of the next two weeks. As always, you did a very good job of finding things to break and to exploit. Our choice what to include in the schedule will be pretty hard! For those who still have bright ideas and no time to submit, please send us your abstracts as soon as possible! We will consider everything submitted so far first, but we will take your proposals into account. You just need to tell us.