September 27-28, 2013 - Trivandrum, India
Buenos días from the God’s Own Country!
We are extremely delighted to announce the Call for Papers and Call for Workshops for c0c0n 2013, a 3-day Security and Hacking Conference (1 day pre-conference workshop and 2 day conference), full of interesting presentations, talks and of course filled with fun!
The conference topics are divided into four domains as follows:
- Info Sec - Technical
- Info Sec - Management
- Digital Forensics and Investigations
- Cyber Laws and Governance.
We are expecting conference and workshop submissions on the following topics, but are not limited to:
- New Vulnerabilities and Exploits/0-days
- Open Source Security&Hacking Tools
- Antivirus/Firewall/UTM Evasion Techniques
- Software Testing/Fuzzing
- Network and Router Hacking
- Malware analysis & Reverse Engineering
- Mobile Application Security-Threats and Exploits
- Advanced Penetration testing techniques
- Web Application Security & Hacking
- Browser Security
- Hacking virtualized environment
- WLAN and Bluetooth Security
- Lockpicking & physical security
- Exploiting Layer 8/Social Engineering
- Cloud Security
- Critical Infrastructure & SCADA networks Security
- National Security & Cyber Warfare
- Cyber Forensics, Cyber Crime & Law Enforcement
- IT Auditing/Risk management and ISO 27001
Presentations/topics that haven't been presented before will be preferred.
CFP Review Committee
Chris Horsley. Founder, CSIRT Foundry.
Chris has over six years of experience working in national CSIRTs, as well as five years experience as a software developer and sysadmin before that. He joined AusCERT in 2003, where he developed a strong interest in automation and visualisation, particularly for processing phishing sites and log files.
After almost three years at AusCERT, he moved to Japan to work for JPCERT/CC, the Japanese national CSIRT. This lead to tasks as varied as phishing site monitoring system development, dashboard development, international training, malware analysis, and sensor network visualisations. After four years and a great amount of cultural broadening in Japan, he moved back to Australia in 2011 to start CSIRT Foundry.
Chris has presented at various international security conferences, and has given CSIRT training courses for several governments around the world. He also holds a CISSP (if you like that type of thing).
Fyodor Yarochikin. Security analyst, Plurk.
Fyodor Yarochkin is a security analyst at Plurk and Research Assistant at Academia Sinica. Formely, he has worked at Armorize Technologies prior to which he was co-founder of GuardInfo, a taiwan based security consulting company. He is a frequent speaker at international security conferences, including BlackHat 2001 HK, BlackHat 2001 Singapore, BlackHat 2002, Ruxcon 2003, XCon 2003 / 2006, HITB 2004 and 2005, Syscan 2005 / 2008, Bellua 2005, HITCon 2006 / 2007, VNSecurity 2007, and DeepSec 2008. He has also published many well-cited papers on top security conferences and magazines, including Usenix and Phrack Magazine. Fyodor is an early developer to snort, and founder to Xprobe. Fyodor has a MS degree in computer science from Kyrgyz Russian Slavic University. He is also a PHD Candidate at National Taiwan University.
Vivek Ramachandran. Founder, SecurityTube.Net.
Vivek Ramachandran started working on Wi-Fi Security since 2003. He has spoken at conferences such as Blackhat, Defcon and Toorcon on Wireless Security and is the discoverer of the Caffe Latte attack. He also broke WEP Cloaking, a WEP protection schema in 2007 publically at Defcon. Vivek is the author of the book "Wireless Penetration Testing using BackTrack 5" due for release in August 2011. He was one of the programmers of the 802.1x protocol and Port Security in Cisco's 6500 Catalyst series of switches. He was one of the winners of Microsoft Security Shootout contest held in India among a reported 65,000 participants. He is best known in the hacker community as the founder of SecurityTube.net where he routinely posts videos on Wi-Fi Security, Assembly Language, Exploitation Techniques etc. SecurityTube.net gets over 100,000 unique visitors a month. Vivek's work on wireless security has been quoted in BBC online, InfoWorld, MacWorld, The Register, IT World Canada etc.
Email your submission to: cfp [at] is-ra [dot]org
Email subject should be: CFP c0c0n2013 - [Paper Title]
- Speaker Name:
- Job Role/Handle:
- Email ID:
- Contact Number:
- Speaker Profile: (max 1000 words)
- If there is additional speaker please mention it here following the above format.
- Name/Title of the presentation:
- Paper Abstract: (max 3000 words)
- Presentation Time Required (20, 30, 50 Minutes)
- Is there any demonstration? Yes or No
- Are you releasing any new tool? Yes or No
- Are you releasing any new exploit? Yes or No
- Have you presented the paper before on any other security / technology conference(s)? Yes or No
Other Needs & Requirements:
- Do you need any special equipment?
- We will be providing 1 LCD projector feed, 2 screens, microphones, wired and/or wireless Internet.
- If you have any other requirement, Please mention it here and the reason.
CFP Opens: 03 Apr 2013
CFP Closing Date: 09 Jun 2013
Speakers list (First Set) online: 23 Jun 2013
Workshop Dates : 26 Sep 2013 (Thursday)
Conference Dates : 27 - 28 Sep 2013 (Friday and Saturday)