Call for Speakers

in 129 days

CactusCon 2022

event starts

04 Feb 2022

event ends

05 Feb 2022

location

Mesa Convention Center Mesa, Arizona, United States

website

cactuscon.com


CFP Deadline: November 1, 2021

CactusCon 2022 will take place in person and online, February 4-5 2022. See https://www.cactuscon.com for full details.

Important Dates
September 1, 2021: CFP opens
November 1, 2021: CFP deadline
February 4-5 2022: CactusCon 10

Talks (Virtual OR in-person)
Presentations can be 20 or 50 minutes. We are looking for talks on breaking, building, defending, connected systems, wireless technologies, and other relevant security topics. Vendor pitches will not be accepted.

Talks for CactusCon 2022 will be either virtual OR in-person. Please note which option you prefer in your submission. Though prerecorded, the virtual talks will be streamed on a schedule, similar to what you'd find in a live conference. Presenters wanting to do so can be live on the stream during the running of the prerecorded talks.

Workshops (in-person only)
Workshops offer hands-on training on a specific topic. Prior workshops have included lock picking, hardware hacking, Android app security auditing, cheating to win video games, and network forensics.

Workshops for CactusCon 2022 will be delivered in-person on Friday, February 4.

open, 35 days left
Call for Speakers
CfS opens at 12:00 AM

01 Sep 2021

CfS closes at 11:59 PM

01 Nov 2021

This event is in US Mountain Standard Time (UTC-07:00) timezone.
Closing time in your timezone is .

Welcome to the CactusCon CFP! Do you have something to share about security? Of course you do! Our CFP is open for talks (in-person or virtual), and workshops (in-person only). Give us your best ideas - the more detail the better - and we are looking forward to putting on a great conference this year for our 10th anniversary.


The deets:

Talks (virtual OR in-person)
Presentations can be 20 or 50 minutes. We are looking for talks on breaking, building, defending, connected systems, wireless technologies, and other relevant security topics. Vendor pitches will not be accepted.

Workshops (in-person only)
Workshops offer hands-on training on a specific topic. Prior workshops have included lock picking, hardware hacking, Android app security auditing, cheating to win video games, and network forensics.


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