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Troopers 2010 security conference, CfP
From: Enno Rey <erey () ernw de>
Date: Mon, 16 Nov 2009 12:43:27 +0100

Once more, it will be Troopers time.

This year, again,  _everybody_ involved in the event (speakers and attendees) enjoyed themselves and could 
significantly gain knowledge (and/or network with other researchers). We had great presentations, a number of 
interesting tools saw the light of earth and - as was the case in 2008 with Francisco's and Federico's Evilgrade - some 
groundbreaking stuff was presented at Troopers for the first time at all. 

Next year's Troopers edition will be held in the beautiful city of Heidelberg (on 03/10 and 03/11 2010) and will 
feature two tracks, one on attack techniques and security research, the other focused on management aspects of the 
infosec world.
To get an idea of the event pls look at www.troopers08.org [in 2009 we've been partnering with another event and 
subsequently changed the format, we'll get back to the initial structure in 2010].

Our call for papers addresses security researchers interested in sharing their knowledge with other researchers and a 
high level audience. We would like to invite everyone with special knowledge in breaking security in whatever area or 
practical experience in securing complex information systems to present their skills, tools or experience.

Speaker Privileges

We will cover the flight costs (limited to EUR 500 for speakers from Europe and US$ 1500 for speakers from other 
continents) and three nights of accomodation. 

"Fresh Headz"

Given an appropriate subject and technical level we're happy to welcome "fresh speakers" (not seen in various places 
before) and we're happy to help you with setting up your talk (or getting over your pre-talk excitement).


We are mainly interested in talks on

Virtualization Stuff
Embedded Devices
Industrial Networking
Security in Carrier Environments
Secure Coding

Obviously heavy vendor-pitching will not be welcomed warmly and we reserve the right to ask for modifications of 
confirmed talks if we have the impression there's too much of that in a talk. If you have to offer another "Web 2.0 
cross browser unicode overflow" talk you may submit it. However chances will be bigger if you have some more innovative 
stuff to talk about...

CFP submissions [to cfp () troopers de] must include the following information: 

1) Brief biography including list of publications and papers published previously. 

2) Proposed presentation title & synopsis/description.

3) Contact Information (full name, alias, handle, e-mail, postal address, phone, country of origin, special meal 
requirement, smoking habits ;-).

4) Employment and/or affiliations information. 
5) Why is your material different or innovative or significant?

Please note that all speakers will be allocated 55 minutes of presentation time + 5 minutes Q+A. Any speakers that 
require more time must inform the CFP committee in the course of the submission.

By agreeing to speak at Troopers10 you are granting ERNW GmbH the rights to reproduce, distribute, advertise and show 
your presentation including but not limited to http://www.troopers.de, printed and/or electronic advertisements, and 
all other mediums.


Important Dates

Deadline for Submission: 30 Nov 2009,
Final Notification: 15 Dec 2009,
Presentation slides due: 15 Feb 2010
The conference: 10-11 Mar 2010




Enno Rey

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