For nearly 20 years, BlueHat has been where the security research community, and Microsoft security professionals come together as peers, to share, debate, challenge, learn, and exchange ideas in the interest of creating a safer and more secure world for all.
We are extremely excited to announce that BlueHat is back in-person and the 2023 Call for Papers (CFP) is now open through December 8! Don’t worry if you can’t attend in-person, we promise you won’t miss out on the content!, reports a blog on the Microsoft website
BlueHat 2023 will be held in Redmond, WA on the Microsoft Campus February 8-9, 2023. It is impossible to express the positive energy and excitement we feel to re-connect with the community. The Call for Papers (CFP) is now open! The topics and possibilities are limitless – Don’t delay in submitting your talks as the CFP closes on December 8, 2022. Submit now at https://aka.ms/BHCFP.
Here are some possible topics for submission. These are meant to be inspirations, not boundaries. We cannot wait to see what you want to share with the community!
- Cloud Security Research
- Virtualization and Container Security
- Operating System Security
- Detection Techniques at Scale
- IOT/OT Critical Infrastructure Security
- Machine Learning and Security Operations Applications
- Network Security
- Applied Cryptography
- Identity Management
We will be announcing more details soon including keynotes, registration information, the event website, and what to expect! Block your calendars, submit your paper, and get ready for BlueHat 2023!!
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