CALL FOR PAPERS - Hackers 2 Hackers Conference 17th edition The call for papers for H2HC 17th edition is now open. H2HC is a hacker conference taking place in Sao Paulo, Brazil, on 24th and 25th of October 2020.
[ - INTRODUCTION - ] For another consecutive year and past success we have been having, the annual Hackers 2 Hackers Conference will be held again in Sao Paulo, on 24 and 25 of October of 2020 and aims to get together industry, government, academia and underground hackers to share knowledge and leading-edge ideas about information security and everything related to it. H2HC will feature national and international speakers and attendees with a wide range of skills. The atmosphere is favorable to present all facets of computer security subject and will be a great opportunity to network with like-minded people and enthusiasts. The conference is a dual-language conference, with ALL talks in the main track in English or simultaneously translated to English by professional linguists with experience in computer sciences translation. [ - ABOUT THE LOCAL - ] H2HC 17th Edition will take place at Novotel Center Norte, and expect to have around 1500 attendees in each day of the event. The conference has two tracks, is open-bar (whiskey, vodka, beer, water, soda - minors are not allowed to drink alcoholic drinks during the event) and has many other goodies (Capture-the-flag games, maker spaces and many workshops). [*] About Sao Paulo (taken from fiquemaisumdia.com.br) The city is the largest in Brazil and first in South America by population. Quite often Sao Paulo intimidates people because of its size, its constant pedestrian and vehicle traffic, ethnic and cultural multiplicity. Sao Paulo will surprise you whether you come here on business or for an expo, a congress or a convention, stay for at least one more day. Let yourself be seduced by the cultural diversity of this many-faceted city which vibrates, dictates fashion, is always anticipating trends, and welcomes Brazilians and foreigners from all over. And oh, do not forget to have fun in South America's wildest night life. [ - TOPICS - ] H2HC committee gives preference to lectures with practical demonstration. The conference staff will try to provide every equipment needed for the presentation in the case the author cannot provide them. The following topics include, but are not limited to: * Exploit development techniques * Telecom security and phone phreaking * Fuzzing and application security test * Penetration testing * Web application security * Techniques for development of secure software and systems * Hardware hacking, embedded systems and other electronic devices * Mobile devices exploitation, Symbian, P2K and bluetooth technologies * Analysis of virus, worms and all sorts of malwares * Reverse engineering * Rootkits * Security in Wi-Fi and VoIP environments * Information about smartcard and RFID security and similars * Technical approach to alternative operating systems * Denial of service attacks and/or countermeasures * Security aspects in SCADA and industrial environments and "obscure" networks * Cryptography * Lockpicking, trashing, physical security and urban exploration * Internet, privacy and Big Brother * Information warfare and industrial espionage [ - IMPORTANT DATES - ] Conference and trainings - H2HC Sao Paulo/Brazil 22 and 23, 26 and 27 of October: H2HC Trainings 24 and 25 of October of 2020: H2HC 17th Edition Deadline and submissions Deadline for proposal submissions: 17 of July of 2020 Deadline for slides submissions: 17 of August of 2020 Notification of acceptance or rejection: no before than 10 of August of 2020. * E-mail for proposal submissions: cfp *noSPAM* h2hc *dot* com *dot* br Make sure to provide along with your submission the following details: * Speaker name or handle, address, e-mail, phone number and general contact information * A brief but informative description about your talk (abstract) * Short biography of the presenter, including organization, company and affiliations * Estimated time-length of presentation * General topic of the speech (eg.: network security, secure programming, computer forensics, etc.) * Any other technical requirements for your lecture * Whether you need visa to enter Brazil or not (this is very important) Speakers will be allocated 50 minutes of presentation time, although, if needed, we can extend the presentation length if requested in advance. Preferable file format for papers and slides are both PDF and/or PPT. Speakers are asked to hand in slides used in their lectures. We do have recording for all talks, let us know if you prefer that we do not make the video of yours available. PLEASE NOTE: Bear in mind no sales pitches will be allowed. If your presentation involves advertisement of products or services please do not submit. [ - INFORMATION TO SPEAKERS - ] Speakers' privileges are: * H2HC staff can guarantee and we will provide accommodation for 3 nights. * For each non-resident speaker we might be able to cover travel expenses up to USD 1,500.00 * For each speaker resident in Brazil we cover local travel expenses * Free pass to the conference * Parties! Plenty of parties... Hope you enjoy it, otherwise you can stay in the hotel, sleep and regret!... [ - Program Committee - ] pipacs - Maintainer, PaX Project spender - Maintainer, GRSecurity Project Stefano Zanero - Professor, Politecnico di Milano Alexander Matrosov - Embedded Security Lead, NVIDIA BSDaemon - Senior Principal Engineer, Amazon Natalie Silvanovich - Security Researcher, Google Project Zero Marion Marschalek - Senior Security Researcher, Intel Corporation [ - Other information - ] For further information please check out our web site https://www.h2hc.com.br/ it will be updated with everything regarding the conference. Twitter of the conference: https://twitter.com/h2hconference Presentations from previous years: https://github.com/h2hconference Videos from previous years: https://youtube.com/h2hconference [ - GPG Key - ] We recommend to encrypt all communications. Our key fingerprint: 17BA 5D5B 40C0 CA12 0965 CD30 C379 9510 8462 0E28
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