Event: No Hat 2023
Date: 21st of October 2023
Venue: Centro Congressi Giovanni XXIII, Bergamo, Italy
Call for Presentations
No Hat is a computer security conference organized by BITM. This 5th edition will take place on October 21st in Bergamo, Italy.
We are seeking ideas and contributions in the following areas, but not limited to:
* Side Channel Attacks
* Privacy and Anonymity
* Mobile and OS Security
* Web and Browser Security
* Investigations and e-Crime
* Cloud and Hypervisor Security
* Hardware and Physical Security
* Malware Analysis and Detection
* Attacks to Radio Protocols (SDR)
* Industrial and Vehicular Networks
* Vulnerability Research, Exploitation
* Network Protocols, Analysis and Attacks
* Telecommunication Security, 5G, Satellite
* Attacks to Cryptographic Schemes and Defense
* Data Recovery, Forensics and Incident Response
* State of the Art and Systematization of Knowledge
* Critical Infrastructure and Cyber-Physical-Systems
All speaking slots are 45 minutes *including* questions. Presentation language is English.
Depending on the contents of the presentation, selected speakers will be inserted in the Research Track or in the Technical Track.
Previous presentations are online at https://www.youtube.com/c/BITMHacklab. Previous speakers enter our Hall of Fame at https://www.nohat.it/hall-of-fame.html.
Call for Workshops
Starting from this edition, we also look for workshops on cutting-edge topics. Workshops must provide a hands-on training to attendees for a duration of 1.5 or 3 hours.
To apply, please submit to info [@] hacklabg [dot] net.
Include [NO HAT 2023] in the subject, together with the talk’s title.
Remember to include the following:
– Your name or nickname
– Your website or twitter handler, if any
– Your profile picture // optional
– Your biography (who you are, and previous speaking experience) // max 150 words
– Format // presentation or workshop
– The abstract // max 250 words
– The outline // max 500 words
– Any additional material detailing your contribution (e.g., slides, paper or poc)
– If workshop: info about the duration and the attendees’ expected know-how to follow your class
– Why you want to present at No Hat
– Detail if your work is novel (never presented before); if not, please specify where previously presented
– From where you plan to travel, if accepted
Our CFP closes on July 15th, and the notifications will be given on August 1st at most.
|_ Proposals sent before June 1st will receive early notification.
Accepted talks will benefit from flight and hotel accommodation (up to one speaker).
We held a speaker dinner reception on Friday evening and a social event on Saturday.