Penetration Testing
Embedded Device Security Conference 2014 // CFP Jun 10 2014 08:36PM
Michael Eddington (meddington gmail com)
EDSC is an annual security conference focusing on embedded systems,
hardware, and anything behind the silicon curtain. Embedded systems
testing is a rapidly expanding area of the security industry and
staying current is important for engineers, researchers, and testers
alike. EDSC brings the top thought leaders in the embedded security
field together for two days to share knowledge, techniques, and

EDSC goals are to:

* Promote a common forum to discuss knowledge and research of embedded security
* Accelerate the frontier of new research in the field, and adoption
of current research by the industry
* Establish a strong community where both researchers and industry
professionals can interact on a similar intellectual playing field.

Travel and accommodations for a single speaker are paid for by the
conference. A dinner for speakers and sponsors will be held the night
of November 19th.

*When and Where*

This year's conference will be held at EM Fine Art in Seattle,
providing a unique conference experience in the heart of South Lake
Union. The conference is limited to 120 attendees.

Training: November 18-19 (Tue, Wen)
Conference: November 20-21 (The, Fri)

EM Fine Art,
410 Dexter Ave North,
Seattle, WA 98109

*Important Dates*

This is a list of important dates:

* 09/15/2014 â?? Final day for CFP submissions
* 10/01/2014 â?? Notification of acceptance
* 10/15/2014 â?? Travel booked
* 11/18/2014 â?? Training Day 1
* 11/19/2014 â?? Training Day 2 & Speaker dinner
* 11/20/2014 â?? Conference day 1
* 11/21/2014 â?? Conference day 2

*Topics of Interest*

This conference is focused on security related research into embedded
systems and related technologies.

* Embedded devices
* Medical devices
* Control systems/SCADA
* Mobile devices
* Hardware components
* Related systems
* Interconnects (e.g. busses including I2C, SPI, CAN, PCI)
* Radios
* Memory Systems (ROM, RAM, Flash, Disk)

*Call for Papers*

All submissions can be submitted online at or
you may email your submissions to cfp (at) edsconf (dot) com. [email concealed] CFP submissions are
due by September 1, 2014.

Why is this talk relevant and interesting?
Length of talk slot requested (15/30/60):
Special requests (outside of projector/audio):
For each speaker provide the following
Full name:

Speakers will be notified by October 1, 2014.


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