In RuhrSec's fith edition, we have once again a call for presentations; this does not include the trainings. Areas of interest are (but not restricted to) Internet/Web Security, Data and Application Security, Network Security, Security in the Internet of Things, and Usable Security.
Please submit your proposal to the RuhrSec program committee until the 13th of January 2020. We have an ongoing acceptance process; your chance is higher if you submit as early as possible. Your talk must have a length of 40 minutes (+5 minutes Q&A) and it has to be in English. Each speaker gets a free two-day conference ticket, an invitation to the speakers' dinner on Wednesday, and a travel reimbursement up to a limit of EUR 1,200 (economy (plus)).
How to increase your chances of being accepted?
When submitting your proposal, please include the preliminary structure of your talk and (if possible) a first version of your slides. Also, include videos and/or slides of your previous talks. All additional information will help us to evaluate your proposal. Please contact us in case that you have any questions.
The CFP will start in November. Follow us on Twitter (@ruhrsec) to get all the lastes updates!
Each speaker gets a free two-day conference ticket, an invitation to the speakers' dinner on Wednesday, and a travel reimbursement up to a limit of EUR 1,200 (economy (plus)).