Call for Papers
The Security Espresso community is now accepting submissions for talks. There is no deadline. You can submit your ideas anytime!
E-mail us: [email protected].
Security Espresso talks are aimed at developers. The format may assume that the audience is familiar with common programming languages and practices. A talk can discuss any type of security process or security vulnerability, as long as it also provides solutions and possible ways to secure against the attacks or exploits it describes. Talks can also attempt to break down and explain a certain feature that is meant to make applications more secure, and how it can be implemented.
Please include the following information in your idea submission:
- Type of submission: presentation or live demo
- A brief description of why this topic is relevant for developers
- Describe the security concern
- Describe the solution
The entire submission should be no longer than one page or 500 words.
What you can expect as a Security Espresso speaker
- 45 minutes of presentation time
- an engaged, technical audience
- networking after your talk, as well as at the end of the meetup