DeepSec / DeepINTEL 2021 Preparations – Save the Dates! Document your Projects!

René Pfeiffer/ February 2, 2021/ Administrivia/ 0 comments

Alerted Prairie Dog Guarding the Entrance to its Hole, Source: https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Alerted_Prairie_Dog_Guarding_the_Entrance_to_its_Hole.jpgUsually we are radio silent during December and the beginning of January. This is due to some well-deserved rest, infrastructure updates (we run a lot ourselves), content creation (in our own projects), and the general Christmas holidays. The COVID-19 lock-down made it different to tell if there are holidays or not. Every day looks mostly like yesterday. We would like to change this. So please keep the following dates in your mind and in your calendar:

  • DeepSec 2021 Trainings – 16 / 17 November 2021
  • DeepSec 2021 Conference – 18 / 19 November 2021 (including ROOTS & ACOD)
  • DeepINTEL 2021 Conference – 18 November 2021

The Call for Papers will open soon and will be published here in our blog (along with push messages to Twitter and Xing). If you are interested in getting news to your email inbox, please consider subscribing to our mailing lists (or drop us a request and we will add your address). As for the format and the joy of travel: We honestly don’t know how the second half of the year will look like. COVID-19 is still around and got some serious updates. Vaccinations are catching up (hopefully). All in all it looks just like your typical IT security situation, more or less. Just as in 2020 we have a plan A, B, C, and possibly D. Let’s see how it goes.

Hope to see you in Vienna without the pixels!

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About René Pfeiffer

System administrator, lecturer, hacker, security consultant, technical writer and DeepSec organisation team member. Has done some particle physics, too. Prefers encrypted messages for the sake of admiring the mathematical algorithms at work.

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