What and When
SEC-T is an non-profit, English speaking, two day, single track information security conference taking place in late summer every year in Stockholm, Sweden. At SEC-T we focus on providing our audience with high quality talks and in depth “QnA” with speakers. SEC-T is a conference where you can feel safe from sales pitches and marketing presentations as we have a large focus on our speakers research and first person accounts.
The speaker slots on our schedule are either 30 minutes (SmallTalk) or 60 minutes (Talk), where the latter contains a 15 minutes moderated question and answers session (QnA).
The SEC-T conference is divided into three separate parts; the SEC-T2ion, the Community Night event, and the SEC-T conference:
The SEC-T2ion [Di-sec-tion], are our in-depth workshop sessions taking place on the 17-18:th of September.
The Community Night event is a free event intended to be inclusive of students and non-ticket holders, taking place on the evening of the 18:th of September.
The SEC-T conference is the main conference taking place on the 19-20:th of September.
All events take place at the venue; Münchenbryggeriet in Stockholm, Sweden.
For more information on our events, the organization and our mission statement read https://www.sec-t.org/about/
What content do we like
We are a single track conference that has focuses on highly technical content in a multitude of fields of computer security. Since we are a single track conference talk slots are limited and we are therefore not likely to feature several talks covering the same subject.
Some of our most popular subjects in the past has included Malware reverse engineering, Radio attacks cryptography as well as System specific hacking techniques including mainframes and SAP systems.
We do rate premiere talks higher than talks that have previously already been presented somewhere else. So if you have already made this presentation, please add some content to it to make it unique if you can.
If your submit a Talk (45+15min) you should consider if your talk could also be made reasonably in 30 minutes as this would increase your chances of getting accepted.
If you have the possibility to also speak at the Community Night you increase your chances of being accepted. Community Night speakers are backup speakers for the main conference and also receive travel and accommodation.
What we need
To be considered for a speaker slot at SEC-T you need to send an email to [email protected] providing us with the following information:
Contact information for you and any joint speaker you require for your presentation. (email, phone, twitter and “preferred name” when referencing you in announcements and schedule.)
The Talk Title please name your talk as this will make it easier to reference it.
A short description (<6 sentences) of who you are (bio) that we are permitted to publish in case of your acceptance.
A short description (<6 sentences) of your content that we are permitted to publish in case of your acceptance
A longer description of your content for our understanding of your research material and presentation format for our consideration. This could contain any papers, articles or presentation material you have created that will help us understand your content.
References, if any, to other talks you have given, articles published or videos of previous presentations for our consideration.
The location you would be traveling from.
Technical requirements for making your presentation.
The preferred length and possible lengths of your talk (30 min SmallTalk and/or 45+15 min Talk)
Has this presentation been given before somewhere?
Are you willing to present your talk at the community night?
Are you willing to have your talk recorded and/or live streamed?
Are you also interested in also having a lightning talk slot (max 15 minutes) if one is available? (Can be on any topic, and this is not a guarantee that you get one.)
All material must be presented to us and our audience in English.
See https://www.sec-t.org/call-for-papers/ for full details.