Program committee

The Program committee is composed of international renowned experts in the field responsible for building a program of quality. They will collect the proposals and select the most outstanding ones.

  • Julien Bachmann, Hacknowledge (chair)
  • Jean-Philippe Aumasson, Teserakt
  • Fred Blaise, Cloudbees
  • Alexandre Herzog
  • Fabien Perigaud, Synacktiv
  • Sylvain Pélissier, Kudelski Security
  • Nicolas Ruff, Google
  • Candid Wueest, Symantec

Benefits for the speakers

Accepted speakers and trainers will enjoy the following benefits:

  • reimbursement of travel costs up-to a decent amount
  • paid accommodation (up to 2 nights for close-by speakers, up to 3 for international speakers)
  • free admission to the event, as well as the social events

Proposal topics

Regarding the schedule it won't be a classical split between days dedicated to workshops or talks. We will instead have half a day dedicated to either attack or defense workshops and the second half to talks on the opposite subject. This will allow attendees to better follow specific topics. We expect an event offering a wide range of topics ranging from software security to cyber security, data protection, legal, technical and organizational aspects of software, hardware, networks, infrastructures, systems, and others. Topics could be:

  • Secure applications, design, and implementation;
  • Applications security (software, Web apps, Web services, mobile apps, etc.);
  • Network security (protocols, attacks, firewalls, appliances, etc.);
  • Intrusion detection and monitoring (IDS, security operation centers, etc.);
  • Security governance;
  • Cryptography;
  • Risks and threats analysis;
  • Identity management, authentication mechanisms, and identity federation;
  • Specific topics such as: e-voting, e-health, e-banking, e-commerce, and wider domains such as defense, finance, industry, services, and human resources;
  • Cloud computing, distributed systems, critical systems (SCADA), and social networks;
  • Legislation, regulations, standards;
  • Cybercrime, organized crime.

Proposal language

Talks can be given in French or in English, with a preference for the former ;)

Required submission details

Note that we're only opening the CFP for talks this year. Workshops will be handled on an invitation based mode.

Talks are 45min long;

We require you to give the following information:

  • a title;
  • a 200-words abstract describing your talk;
  • a few words on why we should accept your talk;
  • a statement on whether your talk will be given in English or French;
  • a list of authors and their affiliations;
  • the name of the presenters;
  • complete contact information for the presenter, including e-mail, web presence (website/blog/twitter/...), mobile phone number and full home address;
  • a short biography;
  • a TLP classification for your talk (tldr; if you allow the talk to be recorded and put online);

A description of the research presented in the talk with a maximal length of 4 pages and/or the slides if already available; if needed, a list of special requirements (special network access, equipment, etc.)

This Call for Papers closed on 2019-07-06 00:00 (Europe/Zurich).