Cloud Village(Online) Call For Papers - DEF CON 29
CFP Open: 9th May, 2021
CFP Close: 20th June, 2021
If you love cloud security and want to talk in front of a more targeted audience who share the same zeal as you. Submit your proposal to Cloud Village.
We are looking forward to three kinds of proposals:
- Talks (30 - 45 minutes - Detailed research talks)
- Workshops (1 - 2 hours - Hands On or Instructor Led trainings for free)
- Tool Demo (20 - 30 minutes)
- Lightning Talks (10 - 20 mins talk to cover quick, short-hand techniques)
Please note that the proposals shall be focussed on cloud security.
We will be able to provide you a virtual place to present, a room full of professionals ready to talk, an environment filled in with energy and fun, and a lot of free virtual hugs. Abstract of accepted talks will be posted on Cloud Village's website with your names and twitter handles.
Village Dates: 6,7 and 8th August 2021
In case you have any doubt, feel free to reach us on
. Please do not send any CFP submission to this email. The only way to submit the CFP is via this form.
CFP closes on 20th June 2021. Once CFP is closed, this form will no longer accept CFP submissions or modifications.
We would love to tag you in our tweets and website
Tell us a bit about yourself.
Additional Speaker (If any)
For any additional speakers, provide the Name, email address, phone number and speaker's bio.
Talk (30-45 minutes)
Workshop (1-2 hours)
Tool Demo (20-30 minutes)
Lightning Talks (10--20 mins talk to cover quick, short-hand techniques)
Title of the talk
This title will be posted on the website and will be used as a reference for other announcements
Abstract (max 3000 words)
A brief description of the proposed talk. A detailed abstract has better chances of getting selected quicker.
Country you plan to present from?
This will help us schedule your talk on a more friendly timing
Any specific requirement?
Got'em, ask'em! (We will provide the virtual link to present)
Any additional details about the talk on why your talk is cool can be added here
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