Call for presentations


Being a community-based event, means that we are vendor-neutral. We will not accept the product- or vendor-related pitches (no sale pitches). Nonetheless, companies, vendors, or professionals are more than welcome to come share their experiences, knowledge, and points-of-view. The success of the entire conference depends on the community, which means you!

We are looking for presentations preferably about relevant and popular topics around information security or computer security. If you are working on a new tool, performing interesting research, or hunting a security bug, we want to hear about it! We are also interested in basic and more general security-related topics, so if you don't have "shiny new research" but want to teach the participants about some well-known techniques that are widely used and useful; let us know and we'll try to fit it in!

Our budget is very limited. We sadly cannot cover any travel, subsistence, or presentation costs. Please have this in mind. Thank you for your understanding. We would also like to ask the speakers to make sure their presentations are precisely timed to the presentation length. This will help us keep the schedule.

To change things up a bit, this year we are considering two types of presentations: academic and regular presentations.


Academic track

The academic track will accept talks from students of any type of cybersecurity related university courses or degrees.

This is a rookie friendly track and all works are welcome.

We were all noobs once! :)

Regular track

In the regular track, we are looking for presentations preferably about relevant and popular topics related to cybersecurity.

If you are working on a new tool, performing interesting research, or hunting a security bug, we want to hear about it!


Important dates

CFP closes: 15th of June 2021

Decision notices: 27th of June 2021


Submission form

The submission form is available here!