Security BSides is a community-driven framework for building events, by and for information security community members. These events happen throughout each year in major cities all around the World! We are a BSides-Approved event for Ireland, based in Dublin. Our inaugural event took place in 2019. In 2021 we hosted a hugely successful virtual event. This time around for 2022 we are going back to an in-person event, in the amazing venue where it all started - The Convention Centre Dublin on 19th March 2022. We can't wait to see you all again in-person, and we look forward to receiving your submission to our CFP process!
Security BSides Dublin 2022 - Call for Presentations (CFP)
IMPORTANT: BSIDES DUBLIN 2022 IS AN IN-PERSON EVENT!
If accepted, you will be required to deliver your session in-person at our venue in Dublin, Ireland. BSides Dublin 2022 is scheduled for a popular weekend in Dublin and accommodation will be in demand. We advise to book a hotel offering free cancellation asap and if your submission is unsuccessful you can cancel at no expense. Hopefully you are successful and when informed of same you will have already secured accommodation. Just a little tip to try to get ahead of the crowd!
We encourage submissions by anyone with a passion for cybersecurity - students, hobbyists, researchers, professionals from public and private sectors, academia, and everyone in between. If you have a story to tell, please submit it. We are also interested in submissions for workshops lasting either 3 or 6 hours in duration.
Topics of interest include (but are not limited to):
CFP Submissions deemed to be a sales pitch of products/services, or marketing campaigns, will not be accepted.
Employer name or logo may appear on two slides only - Introduction slide, and Speaker Biography slide.
Presentations and workshops will be delivered in English language.
* This is our preferred duration for talks/presentations.
** This is our preferred duration for workshops.
Submissions will consist of:
Our CFP Review Panel, comprised of experts from public and private sectors, industry and academia, will review all submitted abstracts for appropriateness and the all-important "wow" factor. All CFP submissions will be rated and ranked according to score, and then the first round of acceptance notices will be issued. Accepted candidates will then need to respond confirming their acceptance. Should a candidate fail to confirm, the organisers will move down the ranked list to fill the schedule. Please see above for important dates relating to this CFP process.
Code of Conduct:
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