Greetingz to all h4x0rs, breakers, clickers and scrollers, g33k girls, and cyber pathologists!
WHAT: CackalackyCon Call for Papers
WHEN: CackalackyCon will happen on May 31st - June 2nd, 2019
HOW: Complete the form and email it to cfp at cackalackycon.org
DEADLINES: First round submissions are due by Feb 28th, 2019. Final round submissions are due by Mar 31st, 2019.
CackalackyCon will occur on May 31st - June 2nd, 2019. Our Call for Papers is now officially open! Please review the information below for instructions on submitting your talk ideas. If you have any questions about the CFP process please email cfp at cackalackycon.org
If you know a thing about hackalacking, hijackalacking network traffic, attackalacking physical security measures, robotics, or unpackalacking malware, etc., and you are interested in presenting at CackalackyCon, we cordially invite you to submit your proposal. Our goal is to put on a conference with a wide range of talks at different levels of knowledge. We are looking forward to reviewing your talk ideas!
This year we will be reviewing submissions in two rounds. The earlier you submit, the higher your chances are at being selected and the more time you have to procrastinate working on your talk!
First round submissions are due by Feb 28th, 2019 before midnight EST.
Final submissions are due by Mar 31st, 2019 before midnight EST.
If you present at the Con, you will receive;
*Free Cackalacky admission for you and one guest
*One free CackalackyCon shirt
*Unlimited fist bumps from our staff
*A reputation, but not necessarily a good one
After selection, CackalackyCon will publish the following information to the website:
*Presenter names or handles
Thanks for your submission! We wouldn’t be a con without you!
The CackalackyCon Crew
CALL FOR PAPERS FORM: Please copy and paste your submission into the body of an email or within a .txt file. Send the finished form to cfp at cackalackycon.org
Your name or handle/alias
Your email address
A brief bio (including any social media information you would like shared so that attendees can contact you)
The presentation name/title
A brief topic abstract (1-2 paragraphs, will be posted to the website and printed in the program)
The estimated time-length of your presentation
Intended audience knowledge level for this topic (Beginner, intermediate, or expert)
Will you be doing a demo as part of your presentation?
Will you be releasing a new tool or exploit?
Have you given this talk at another conference and if so, where?
Detailed abstract or outline (Optional, but this can significantly help with getting your talk selected, this will not be shared publicly anywhere)
Equipment requirements (We will provide a connection to a projector)
Anything else we should know