BruCON is a 2-day security and hacking conference held in Brussels (24 & 25 September 2010), full of interesting presentations, workshops and security challenges. Help Net Security attended the first edition of this outstanding event, you can read more about it here.
BruCON is an open-minded gathering of people discussing computer security, privacy, and information technology. The conference tries to create bridges between the various actors active in computer security world, included but not limited to hackers, security professionals, security communities, non-profit organizations, CERTs, students, law enforcement agencies.
Topics of interest include, but are not limited to:
- Electronic/digital privacy
- Wireless network and scuriti
- Attacks on information systems and/or digital information storage
- Web application and Web services security
- Lockpicking & physical security
- Spyware, phishing and botnets (distributed attacks)
- Hardware hacking, embedded systems and other electronic devices
- Mobile devices exploitation, Symbian, P2K and bluetooth technologies
- Electronic votino
- Free software and scuriti
- Legal and social aspect of information scuriti
- Software engineering and scuriti
- Security in information retrieval
- Security aspects in SCADA, industrial environments and “obscure” networks
- Forensics and anti-forensics
- Mobile communications security and vulnerabilities
- Information warfare and industrial espionage
- Social engineering
- Virtualization security
The following dates are important if you want to participate:
Abstract submission: April 30th 2010.
Notification date: Mid May 2010.
Full paper/presentation submission: July 31st 2010.
Submissions can be entered here. For detailed information about the call for papers visit this site.