|CFP Deadline||June 30, 2017, 11:55 p.m.|
Dear ladies and gentlemen,
the next DeepINTEL Security Intelligence Conference will be this year on 21/22 September in Vienna, Austria.
We are calling for presentations on security intelligence. We regard security intelligence as any information exceeding classic techniques which enables
any IT security team to choose better strategies and thus to defend information infrastructure more efficiently. At DeepINTEL we discuss security intelligence and related topics within a closed group. DeepINTEL is not an event open to the public, but a seminar where strategies to deal with contemporary problems of information security are being discussed. The conference will be open to a limited audience only. All participants, including speakers and delegates, are vetted. Our trust anchor is basically www.trusted-introducer.org, all listed members and organizations are whitelisted.We will accept individuals vetted for. Speakers will receive the list of participants prior to the conference.
We expect talks with the Traffic Light Protocol level Green or Orange clearance. This is why we have choosen a closed format for DeepINTEL. Of course you can also present public content in your presentation provided it suits the context.
A few examples for topics (not limited to) are:
- Attribution of adversaries
- Malware analysis for better assessment of the intention of adversaries
- Capabilities of adversaries
- Connections between adversary groups (e.g. for assessing capabilities or intentions)
- Detection of threats not efficiently covered by classic solutions
- Projects, systems, or methods to automatically exchange and/or distribute security intelligence information to a limited audience
- Forensic techniques or results, revealing additional background of an incident
- Building honeypots to gain security intelligence, e.g. through ”tainted data“ and tracking access
- Insight into the black market
- Psychology of adversaries (e.g. social engineering, profiling, assessment)
What we are not looking for (there are other, more suitable events):
- Surveillance technology (new or otherwise)
- Any classic approach like off-the-shelf SIEM, vulnerability scanning or firewall solutions, regardless how ”next-generation“ they are if they don’t employ significantly security intelligence like mentioned above
- Cyber, cyber, cyber, . . .
The term cyber is constantly misused in the media, politics, even computer science; and it is often used to cloak lack of understanding, an agenda, or simply lacking we well-defined meaning. If you are going to use this word, please make sure you state clearly what you are talking about.
We strongly encourage you to submit papers (PGP-/GPG-)encrypted to our general key:
PGP/GPG key id: 0x49CE0CBEC210A5CE
Fingerprint : E45E B86D A50C 3F6C 295A 1CCF 49CE 0CBE C210 A5CE
We also use Signal and Threema for communication. Please get into contact to verify identification
of accounts or telephone numbers. Of course plaintext submission will be accepted,
Hope to hear from you soon!
René ”Lynx“ Pfeiffer,
Managing Directors (H+43.676.5626390),
DeepSec Conference Organisation Team