Security Basics
[HITB-Announce] Haxpo CFP Feb 20 2014 02:19AM
Hafez Kamal (aphesz hackinthebox org)
As part of our all new HITB Haxpo or 'hacker expo', we are calling on
the community of hackers, makers, builders and breakers to send us their
30 minute talk abstracts for consideration to be included in the 3-day
single-track agenda.

Taking place at De Beurs van Berlage on the 28th, 29th and 30th of May,
this single track, like the Haxpo itself, is completely FREE TO ATTEND
and we are encouraging everyone to come! If you're in Amsterdam during
these dates, this is the place you want to be!

In total we have spots for 30 x 30 minute presentations and we're
looking for talks that cover a wide range of topics including:

- Electronics & Micro Controllers - things like Arduino's, ARM,
RaspberryPi, etc
- Mobile Communications (GPRS/3G/HSDPA etc)
- Hardware / Embedded Reverse Engineering
- Home Automation
- Network Security
- Software Security
- RFiD, Bluetooth and NFC
- Next Generation Application Development
- 3D Printing / Fabrication
- Programming
- Privacy
- Data Security

Submissions must be sent via email to haxpocfp (at) haxpo (dot) nl [email concealed] NO LATER THAN
28th February 2014 with the following details included:

- Your full name
- Your designation / job title
- The length of your talk (standard is 30 minutes including time for Q&A)
- Title of your submission
- Details of your talk (please be as verbose as possible - if you send
us only 1 or 2 paragraphs of text don't expect us to be able to evaluate
your submission with that!)
- Any special requirements (as standard we supply a VGA projector /
beamer connector and mini-audio jack)

For further details, please see http://haxpo.nl/hitb2014ams-haxpo-cfp/

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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