We take this opportunity to invite practitioners of application security and those who work or interact with all facets of application security to submit speaking proposals. DefCamp series is an international deep-knowledge technical conference with an audience that overcomes 1,000 international attendees.
Summaries not exceeding 500 words should be submitted (in plain text format) to us through our online CFP form bellow for review and possible inclusion in the schedule. White paper and/or slides are a plus.
- round economy class air tickets for one speaker
- hotel accommodation
- free Breakfast, lunch, and dinner / of course drinking
- free after-conference party/ speakers dinner
- free ticket for the conference
- up to 60 minutes presentation slot in front of more than 1,000 international attendees
- exposure to one of the largest communities in Central Eastern Europe
- feedback from thousands of security specialists through our network
Call for Papers
The official schedule of the Call for Papers submissions. The results might be delayed up to 14 days from the official schedule, depending on the number of submissions.
Please keep in mind that slots for DefCamp 2016 are filled by the FIFO rule (First in, First Selected) after the Conference Committee shared their opinion. That means that some sessions might never happen if we fill all the slots fast. It won’t matter if you have an amazing speech but you’ve submitted it after all slots are filled.
- 14th May – 14th July (First CFP Selection Round)
- 14th July – 14th September (Second CFP Selection Round, if slots are still available)
- 14th September – 14th October (Last CFP Selection Round, if slots are still available)
- We do not accept product or vendor related pitches. If you would like to showcase your company’s products or technology, please review our Sponsorship opportunities and email us at email@example.com.
- DefCamp doesn’t place any restrictions on topic. However, DefCamp requests something specific as well as general. If you presented your topic in the past, DefCamp will not accept your paper. DefCamp only wants new, creative, and cool content. All speakers should show ‘real’ demo(attack) to prove their theory.
Topics of Interest
- Web Application Security – From language talks to frameworks and exploits.
- Hardware – Including but not limited to: application bypass, hardware hacking basics, and defeating “secure” hardware.
- Physical Security – Including but not limited to: badging applications, lock picking, physical access control, physical lock forensics and long range key duplication involving software.
- Forensics – Including but not limited to: application, physical memory forensics, solid state disk forensics and network forensics.
- Critical Infrastructure Security – Including but not limited to: SCADA, routing, satellite, Cloud and GSM.
- Android/iPhone/Windows Mobile research
- Reverse Engineering Malware and Malware Analysis
- Rootkit Detection, Techniques, and Defenses
- Exploitation Tactics
- Cloud Security / Assessing Cloud Security
- Legal Issues around EULA and related topics
- Industry Panels
- Critical Infrastructure Security
- Applications of Cryptographic Techniques
- Next Generation Exploit and Exploit Mitigation Techniques
- NFC, WLAN, GPS, HAM Radio, Satellite, RFID and Bluetooth Security