5th Annual B-Sides Tampa 2018 CFP Submission Form
The CFP Submission form for the 5th annual B-Sides Tampa Information Security Conference. CFP submission will be accepted until December 27, 2017.Please be aware that BSides Tampa will be held on Saturday February 17, 2018 at the Stetson College of Law in Tampa. (1700 N Tampa Street, Tampa, FL 33602)

Below is a list of themes of talks that we recommend:
- Law / Legal

- Forensic

- Hacking / Vulnerability Exploit

- Bio Hacking

- Software

- GRC/Auditing

- Fraud

- Health IT

- Hardware

- Cloud

- Mobile Device Technology

- Networking

- Industrial Control Systems

- CISO / Business Management

- Data Analytics

- Internet of Things

- Crypto Currency

- Drones / Robotics

Email address
Name of Presenters
Your answer
Number of Presenters
Your answer
Title of Presentation
The title should reflect the content of your presentation
Your answer
What is the general theme of your presentation?
Please provide us with a overall view of what your presentation is on (e.g. hardware exploits, software exploit, networking, etc.
Your answer
Please provide us with a brief bio of yourself and/or other presenters.
Your answer
Please provide us with a detailed description of your presentation.
Your answer
What level would you consider you talk is at?
What type of additional items will be needed for your presentation?
Please list any additional equipment which would be needed for your presentation (e.g. AV equipment, cables, network connections, etc)
Your answer
Is this a new presentation or one that you have presented before?
If you have done this talk before please list the dates and locations where you presented this talk.
Your answer
What is the best way we can contact you in the case we needed additional information regarding your proposal?
Please include your email, mailing address or phone number which you would like to be contacted on.
Your answer
Would you like to have your talk recorded (yes) or would you prefer that it not be recorded (no).
Please list the state and city that you are coming from.
Your answer
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