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RE: FP BugCON 2014 - Mexico City
Nov 07 2013 02:37PM
Tamara Vera (tverac satelcorp net)
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Enviado el: miércoles, 06 de noviembre de 2013 22:02
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Asunto: CFP BugCON 2014 - Mexico City
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Call For Papers - BugCON 2014
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BugCON Security Conference is one of the most important security conferences in Mexico. BugCON 2014 will take place in Mexico City from May 7th to 9th, 2014.
BugCON Security Conference: Safety is just a myth...! is the biggest security conference in Mexico since 2008.
BugCON 2008: The security event with the highest technical level in Mexico...
BugCON 2009: More than 2800 attendees...
BugCON 2010: More than 40 talks and trainings...
BugCON 2012: Speakers from Argentina, USA, Spain, Ecuador, Mexico...
BugCON 2013: The oldest CON from Mexico ;)
BugCON is merely a technical security conference. BugCON is focused in getting together security researchers, security professionals, companies, universities and goverment agencies with the purpose of showing their latest research, networking with people involved in security fields and get drunk ;) ... all taking place in an uncensored environment.
This is the reason why BugCON only accepts really hardcore technical talks and workshops related with security areas like: research, new techniques, vulnerabilities, projects, etc. No business talks...
neither "CSI of computers" nor yellow scarves.
--[ Call For Papers
BugCON accepts spanish and english submissions. The format is 45 mins presentation and 10 mins Q&A for talks (if you need more time because of demo, mention it), and 4/6/8 hours for trainings.
The suggested (but not restrictive) topics are:
Web application security
Movile devices security
Cryptography and steganography
Videogames and geek stuff
To send your proposal, write an e-mail to secretary [at] bugcon.org with the subject "CFP BugCON 2014:[Title]", it must containt the following information:
Speaker name and/or nickname
Biography (we'll be grateful if you include a photo for the website)
LinkedIN profile, website, publications, blog, CVE's or whatever useful to determine who you are.
Talk or training title
Requirements (Internet, blackboard... a beer)
e-mail/website/social networks accounts
----[ Speakers benefits
Accommodation for foreing speakers
Lifetime access to BugCON
... uumh hey this is Mexico, your visit will be fun c[xxx]
--[ Call For Auditorium
This year BugCON doesn't have any university support, so if you can't sponsor, share or know a place where we can do BugCON please write an e-mail to secretary [at] bugcon.org
--[ Call For Sponsors
If you're able to support BugCON please write an e-mail to charity [at] bugcon.org
----[ Sponsor benefits
Image sponsor will be included in informational merchandise, stands, free tickets, mentions, banners, etc, etc... for detailed information please write to charity [at] bugcon.org
--[ Call For Media Partners
The BugCON's main purpose is to motivate new people to research, develop and be conscious of the security risk in our enviroments. For this, we're looking for media (newspapers, magazines, T.V., etc) to broadcast the conference.
If you're interested, please write an e-mail to secretary [at] bugcon.org
----[ Media Partners benefits
Image partner will be included in information merchandise, stands, free tickers, mentions, banners, etc, etc.. for detailed information please write to secretary [at] bugcon.org
--[ Important dates
CFP release: November 4th, 2013
CFP deadline: February 28th, 2014
Talks selection: March 15th, 2014
Schedule release: March 30th, 2014
BugCON trainings: May 7th, 2014
BugCON talks: May 8th and 9th, 2014
Papers submission: secretary [at] bugcon.org
Sponsorship: charity [at] bugcon.org
Donations: charity [at] bugcon.org
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