Texas Cyber Summit 2023

Submission deadline: March, 31st 2023

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Call for Papers, Briefings, Labs, Workshops and Villages
Submission deadline: March, 31st 2023

Submission Guidelines

    The Texas Cyber Summit is a non-profit organization designed to advance the study and expansion of Information Security knowledge, providing our annual Hacker and Cybersecurity Conference in and open forum for discussion and debate. Security practitioners can meet with peers, influencers and others We produce a conference that is a source of education, collaboration, and continued conversation for information technologists. The technical and academic presentations at Texas Cyber Summit are given to advanced knowledge dissemination. This allows the Information Security field to grow in breadth and depth. The Texas Cyber Summit is a practitioner focused conference that attracts a wide range of attendees ranging from novice to engineers, from security leaders to executive decision makers. This is a great opportunity for you to showcase your work and share your ideas with industry peers and others new to the field. There will be three rounds, every 90 days, we will pause accepting briefings and workshops for a few days while we review submissions. Round 1 - ends April 1st 2023 2 - ends June 1st, 2023 3 - ends July 1st get yours in early to be considered multiple times. Please NOTE that we can not provide for travel, hotel or logistics as we are a non-profit organization, we do however have a discount code for the hotel.

  • Aerospace
  • API/Interface Security
  • AppSec
  • APT's, Zero Days, Nation States
  • Car/Automotive Security
  • Cloud Computing
  • Compliance & Regulatory
  • Crypto Currency
  • Cryptography (not crypo)
  • Defensive (Blue Team) Defenders
  • DevSecOps
  • DFARS 252.204-7012, CTI, DCRIT, UCNI, NNPI, ITAR/EAR
  • Educational/Learning/Diversity
  • Exploit Development
  • FinTech/Banking/Finance/Crypto
  • Forensics
  • Hacking and Securing NoSQL, Hadoop, Casandra, Hive, Qubole,
  • IoT Internet of Things, Smart Devices
  • Kubernetes, Docker and Containers
  • Leadership, CIO, CSO, CISO
  • Management, CISO, CTO, CSO
  • Medical Device/Health Care Security
  • Metaverse
  • NIST 171, DoD, DFARS, CMMC, compliance, certification, training
  • NIST 800-53, Risk Management Framework
  • Offensive (Red Team) Attackers
  • Operational Technology (OT)
  • Panel Discussions
  • Pentesting
  • Purple Team
  • Ransomeware & Malware
  • SCADA/ICS/Industrial Networks
  • Threat Hunting
  • Zero Trust