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[HITB-Announce] HITB2017AMS CFP Oct 31 2016 12:43PM
Hafez Kamal (aphesz hackinthebox org)
The Call for Papers for the 8th annual Hack In The Box Security
Conference in The Netherlands is now open!

Call for Papers: https://cfp.hackinthebox.org/
Event Website: https://conference.hitb.org/hitbsecconf2017ams/

HITBSecConf has always been an attack oriented deep-knowledge research
event aimed at not only bringing the security community together, but
one that also highlights and showcases cutting edge research from up and
coming talent. If you're working on new ways to break out of sandboxes,
mess with millions of IoT devices or if you've found a new way to defend
against these threats, we want to see you on stage at HITBSecConf2017 in
Amsterdam!

Held at the NH Grand Krasnapolsky in Amsterdam from the 10th till the
14th of April, the opening keynote on Day 1 will be delivered by Saumil
Shah, the traveling hacksmith, internationally recognized speaker and
Founder and CEO of NetSquare.

On Day 2, industry veteran and Chief Security Officer at Fastly, Window
Snyder will deliver the morning keynote, while Natalie Silvanovich of
Google's Project Zero fame, will deliver the closing keynote.

We are looking for 60 and 120 minute offensive focused deep-knowledge
presentations. Research that is new, novel and preferably material
that has not been presented elsewhere before.

Submission Deadline: 31st December 2016

Each accepted submission will entitle the speaker(s) to
accommodation for 3 nights / 4 days and travel expense reimbursement
up to EUR1200.00 _per speaking slot_

Topics of interest include, but are not limited to the following:

IoT Security
Cloud Security
Automobile Security
File System Security
3G/4G/WIMAX Security
SS7/GSM/VoIP Security
Security of Medical Devices
Critical Infrastructure Security
Smartphone / MobileSecurity
Smart Card and Physical Security
Network Protocols, Analysis and Attacks
Applications of Cryptographic Techniques
Side Channel Analysis of Hardware Devices
Analysis of Malicious Code / Viruses / Malware
Data Recovery, Forensics and Incident Response
Hardware based attacks and reverse engineering
Windows / Linux / OS X / *NIX Security Vulnerabilities
Next Generation Exploit and Exploit Mitigation Techniques
NFC, WLAN, GPS, HAM Radio, Satellite, RFID and Bluetooth Security

Note: If your presentation is short listed for inclusion into the
conference program, a technical white paper / draft slides must also be
provided for
review (3000 - 5000 words).

Your submissions will be reviewed by The HITB CFP Review Committee:

Charlie Miller, Uber Advanced Technology Center
Katie Moussouris, Founder & CEO, Luta Security
Marco Balduzzi, Lead Research Scientist, Trend Micro
Dr. Sophia Bekrar, Senior Security Researcher, Vupen
Itzik Kotler, Co-Founder / Chief Technology Officer, Safe Breach
Cesar Cerrudo, Chief Technology Officer, IOActive
Jeremiah Grossman, Founder, Whitehat Security
Andrew Cushman, Senior Director, Microsoft
Saumil Shah, Founder CEO Net-Square
Thanh 'RD' Nguyen, THC, VNSECURITY
Alexander Kornburst, Red Database
Fredric Raynal, Founder, QuarksLab
Shreeraj Shah, Founder, BlueInfy
Emmanuel Gadaix, Founder, TSTF
Andrea Barisani, Inverse Path
Philippe Langlois, TSTF
Ed Skoudis, InGuardians
Haroon Meer, Thinkst
Chris Evans, Google
Raoul Chiesa, TSTF/ISECOM
rsnake, SecTheory
Gal Diskin, Palo Alto Networks
Skyper, THC

Note: We do not accept product or vendor related pitches. If you would
like to showcase your company's products or technology in the HITB
CommSec Village / exhibition area, please email
conferenceinfo (at) hackinthebox (dot) org [email concealed] to request for a sponsorship kit

Regards,
Hafez Kamal
Hack in The Box (M) Sdn. Bhd
36th Floor, Menara Maxis
Kuala Lumpur City Centre
50088 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Tel: +603-26157299
Fax: +603-26150088

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