SAINTCON is Utah's best annual Security Conference and Training Event. The Conference spans 4 days and includes a large variety of content and events making it very diverse and covers a large variety of security related areas of interest. SAINTCON is a community conference administered by the Utah Chapter of the Security Advisory and Incident Network Team (UtahSAINT).
This is a Call for Papers, Talks, Presentations, Trainings, and Workshops for SAINTCON 2022.
SAINTCON consists of three (3) dedicated speaking tracks and three (3) dedicated workshop and training tracks covering up to four (4) days during the conference.
Talks at SAINTCON cover a variety of topics including light-weight discussions on governance, law, and policy through reverse engineering, exploitation, tooling, and security skills.
We are looking for qualified participants to present within one of the following formats:
In particular, we are looking for original talks of the highest quality in the following areas:
Note: This is not a comprehensive list, If you have a great topic not listed above, please submit it through the CFP system.
In order to ensure we have the highest quality talks possible, and provide the attendees with great content, the following guidelines will be considered as we go through the selection process:
Speakers, and Trainers at SAINTCON 2022 are entitled to the following:
Compensation is available for individuals teaching workshops or trainings. Compensation is negotiated during the acceptance process and is not necessarily determined based on a specific model. This is our way to ensure that we incentivize great content.
SAINTCON is currently unable to sponsor entry to the United States for any International submissions. International candidates must have, or be able to obtain proper entry visas without SAINTCON involvement to be eligible to present.
If you need to get in touch with us about the CFP process, please use the official email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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