BSidesSF 2020 Call for Workshops
BSidesSF is a non-profit organization designed to advance the body of Information Security knowledge, by providing an annual, open forum for discussion and debate for security practitioners. We produce a conference that is a source of education, collaboration, and continued conversation for information technologists. The technical and academic presentations at BSidesSF are given in the spirit of peer review and advanced knowledge dissemination. This allows the field of Information Security to grow in breadth and depth, and continue in its pursuit of highly advanced, scientifically based knowledge.

IMPORTANT DATES
Workshops will be held Saturday, February 22, 2020.
- September 25, 2019 – Call for submissions opens
- October 16, 2019 – Workshop proposals for early-bird consideration due
- October 30, 2019 – First round trainers notified
- November 6, 2019 – Final due date for all submissions
- November 24, 2019 – Notifications sent
- February 22, 2020 – Workshops held

program [at] bsidessf.org
Email address *
Your Name *
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Workshop Title *
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Please provide us with a bio for yourself in 100 words or less: *
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What Is your t-shirt size?
If you have a 2nd trainer, please provide us with their bio, in 100 words or less:
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If you have a second trainer, what is their t-shirt size?
Duration of the training *
Size of class you can accommodate *
Exact size of the venues have not yet been determined. If you have a hard constraint on the number of students you can support, please let us know in the "Anything else we should know" section
Full abstract describing the course, any prerequisites, special requirements, etc. *
This is what will be shown publicly to people who are interested in taking your course. Please set up your students for success by outlining what level of prerequisites they should have already to benefit from this workshop.
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What course materials or equipment is required for your workshop? *
BSidesSF will provide screens for projections of slides, and power plugs for students at desks. Please include both what else you would require from both the workshop space and what students should bring or prepare before arriving for the workshop (bring a laptop, setup a VM, build a docker container from instructions at github, etc)
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Detailed outline of the entire course *
This is for the review panel. Please be detailed in the material covered
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List of conferences at which submission has been presented or submitted.
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Anything else we should know?
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Are you interested in donating your presenter gift(s) to charity?
BSidesSF is a non-profit and has historically chosen to show our appreciation to our speakers and workshop trainers through a small gift (around $50) often related to the theme of the conference or InfoSec more generally. This year BsidesSF will be supporting EFF, Hackers for Charity, and a third SF-based charity TBD.
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