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HACKINPARIS - CALL FOR PAPER 2018




#HIP18 Call For Paper is now open ! For more info, click here : https://hackinparis.com/cfp/


SPEAKERS CFP
This year, Hack In Paris team is looking for speakers interested in presenting their work in IT security research and innovation. On stage, we will provide you with a projector, and our team will be available to help you.

Flight and hotel
Sysdream takes care of your flight and provides an hotel for 2 days. You don't have to worry about this!

Your badge
You will get a speaker badge, giving you full access to Hack in Paris, including the speakers room, the cocktail Party and the Nuit Du Hack (on Saturday and Sunday).

Your talk
The talks are on Thursday and Friday. As a speaker at Hack in Paris, you will get 45 minutes on stage to present your talk, including 10 minutes for questions.

Invitation
You will get 2 invitations for the conferences, plus a 50% discount on 1 conference ticket.




TRAINERS CFP
This year, Hack In Paris team is looking for trainers interested in sharing their work in IT security research and innovation for trainings from 1 to 3 days. During the training, we will provide you with a projector, board, internet access for you and your trainees, and our team will be available to help you.

Remuneration
Hack In Paris will share the benefits with you. 50% for Hack in Paris 50% for the trainer. The base price is 600€ per person and per day of training.

Your badge
You will get a trainer badge, giving you full access to Hack in Paris, the cocktail Party and the Nuit Du Hack (on Saturday and Sunday).

Your training
Trainings are from Monday to Wednesday. You can submit a training from 1 to 3 days. Trainings begin at 9:30am and run until 5:30pm.

Invitation
You will get 2 invitations for the conferences, plus a 50% discount on 1 conference ticket.

HOW TO SUBMIT
You submission must contain the following elements:
·         The biography of each author
·         The submission form filled-in
Please send your proposal before:
·         Trainers: November 29th
·         Speakers: February 13th

TOPICS
The following list contains the major topics that the conference aims to cover. Please consider submitting even if the subject of your research or your topic is not listed here.

Internet of Things (IoT)
Modern reverse engineering
Vulnerability research and exploitation
Penetration testing and security assessment
Malware analysis and new trends in malicious codes
Forensics, IT crime & law enforcement
Privacy issues: LOPPSI, HADOPI, ...
Low-level hacking (console security & mobile devices)
Risk management and ISO 27001
BYOD
Social Engineering

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