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Disobey 2020 - Call for Participation
you hacked something and it was awesome? So tell us and spread your ideas! We all want to do it too!

It's that time of the year again - you have an important choice to make: will you participate or contribute to the greatest nordic hacker conference? Disobey is calling all your beautiful minds to share and inspire others of your own.

The Call for Participation is now open for Disobey 2020, which will be held between 14th and 15th of February 2020 at the Cable Factory (Kaapelitehdas) in the amazing city of Helsinki, Finland.

The Disobey's program committee wants YOU with your 'IDIFTL' hacking talks.
We like technical talks, "hack the system" talks, "I broke this thingy" talks, "I fixed this thing" Talks and "hack me if you can" talks - "my Bitfi is unhackable" talk could also be fun...

Topics we are interested in (but not limited to): pentesting, exploitation, reverse engineering, malware analysis, censorship, pwnage, privacy, phreaking, whatever you feel like. Chatham House Rule is here to support and encourage you!

If you want to get a better idea what to expect, check our past edition agenda and don't hesitate to contact us.

Please fill in this form to suggest a workshop or a talk. All program suggestions should be submitted via this form by 31st of October 2019 11.59PM (GMT +1).

You telling us about the innovative product of your company which protects us from all FUD using machine learning technology and detects all CYBERthreats in the cloud - blockchain based protection and GDPR compliant - maybe not.

We offer you free entrance for the two days of AWESOMENESS and some food and drinks in the participants lounge.

Should you experience any difficulties or have further questions, contact us via

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