Call for Papers

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Linux Security Summit Europe 2024

event starts

16 Sep 2024

event ends

17 Sep 2024


Vienna, Austria

Linux Security Summit Europe 2024 is a technical forum for collaboration between Linux developers, researchers, and end users.  

Its primary aim is to foster community efforts in deeply analyzing and solving Linux operating system security challenges, including those in the Linux kernel. Presentations are expected to focus deeply on new or improved technology and how it advances the state of practice for addressing these challenges.

We encourage snippets of source code or assembly code. Presentations marketing a product are out of scope. Presentations discussing software must focus on open source software (OSS) publicly viewable by CfP close; proprietary and unviewable software are out of scope. 

Presentations on other OSS operating systems will be considered (especially if there are lessons to be learned between them and Linux operating systems) or if they are on algorithms or hardware and the focus is on Linux-specific implementation.

Suggested Topics

  • Access Control
  • Case Studies
  • Cryptography and Key Management
  • Emerging Technologies, Threats & Techniques
  • Hardware Security
  • IoT and Embedded Security
  • Integrity Policy and Enforcement
  • Open Source Supply Chain for the Linux OS
  • Security Tools
  • Security UX
  • Linux OS Hardening
  • Virtualization and Containers
open, 26 days left
Call for Papers
Call opens at 12:00 AM

31 Jan 2024

Call closes at 12:00 AM

19 May 2024

Call closes in W. Europe Daylight Time (UTC+02:00) timezone.
Closing time in your timezone () is .


Please review our CFP Guide to answer many common questions before submitting.


  • CFP Opens: Wednesday, January 31
  • CFP Close: Sunday, May 19 at 12:00 AM PDT (UTC-7) /  0900 CEST (UTC+2)
  • CFP Notifications: Monday, June 10
  • Schedule Announced: Wednesday, June 12
  • Event Date: Monday, September 16 - Tuesday, September 17, 2024

Reminder: This is a community event — so no product and/or vendor sales pitches.


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