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Security BSides Dublin 2024

event date

18 May 2024


Arts Building, Trinity College Dublin Dublin, Ireland


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, before returning to an in-person event in 2022 and 2023. Security BSides Dublin 2024 will take place at Trinity College Dublin on 18th May 2024 as an in-person event. We very much look forward to receiving your submission to our CFP process!

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Call for Speakers
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18 Dec 2023

Call closes at 11:59 PM

14 Jan 2024

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Security BSides Dublin 2024 - Call for Presentations (CFP)


If your submission is accepted, you will be required to deliver your session in-person at our venue, Trinity College Dublin, Ireland on 18th May 2024. 

Important Dates:

  • CFP opens 18th December 2023 at 12:00 PM UTC+0
  • CFP closes 14th January 2024 at 11:59 PM UTC+0
  • First round acceptance notices will be issued no later than  4th February 2024 at 11:59 PM UTC+0
  • Accepted candidates must confirm acceptance before 18th February 2024 at 11:59 UTC+0
  • BSides Dublin 2024 takes place in Trinity College Dublin on 18th May 2024


We encourage submissions from 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 3 hours in duration.


Topics of interest include (but are not limited to): 

  • Data Forensics and Incident Response (DFIR) 
  • Malware Analysis/Reverse Engineering
  • Cybercrime Investigation
  • Cyber Threat Intelligence
  • Vulnerability Research & Disclosure
  • Network/Cloud/Endpoint Security
  • Mobile/Portable Device Security
  • IoT/Embedded Device Security
  • Radio Hacking (SDR, RF, GSM, NFC, etc.) 
  • Application/Web Application Security
  • Red/Blue/Purple Teaming
  • Penetration Testing
  • Social Engineering
  • Governance, Risk and Compliance (GRC)
  • SCADA/ICS/OT Security
  • SecOps/DevSecOps
  • Security Automation
  • Cryptography
  • Biometrics Hacking
  • Open Source Security Tools

CFP Submissions deemed to be a sales pitch of products/services, or marketing campaigns, will not be accepted.

Employer name and/or logo may appear on two slides only - Introduction/Cover slide, and Speaker Biography slide.

Presentations and workshops must be delivered in English language.


  • 10 minute Rookie talk/presentation + 5 minute Q&A *
  • 25 minute talk/presentation + 5 minute Q&A **
  • 40 minute talk/presentation + 5 minute Q&A
  • 1-3 hour workshop

* We have a small number of 15 minute slots reserved for rookies. Rookie CFP submissions will be evaluated in their own separate group. Regardless whether you are a student, new to cybersecurity, or someone who has been in the industry for years, rookies must be a first-time speaker!

** This is our preferred duration for talks/presentations.

Submissions will consist of:

  • Title of your presentation/workshop
  • Abstract (description) summarising your presentation/workshop (max. 500 words)
  • Format - presentation or workshop?
  • Duration of your presentation/workshop
  • Have you already presented this topic elsewhere? (If Yes, at which event? What was the title?)
  • Speaker Bio (max. 150 words)
  • Name/Nickname/Twitter Handle (to appear on our Speakers List)
  • Photo/Avatar (to appear on our Speakers List)


Our independent 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:

Any CFP submissions that do not abide by our Code of Conduct will not be accepted.

Further Information:

For further information please contact us at

event fee

free for speakers