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Call for papers 2017

Do you have a fear of being naked[0] in front of other people? Can you name a president[1] who has climbed a palm tree during an official state visit? Do you prefer small and efficient airports? Would you like to present world class research to a highly technical audience? If not sure yet, please continue reading.

t2 infosec is warmly welcoming you to Helsinki, on October 26-27 2017 – CFP is now open, and by submitting a talk, you get a chance to answer one or more of the previous questions.

Finland, the country in the heart of darkness, has managed to survive neutral and independent throughout its history despite facing pressure from the global superpowers due to her geopolitically strategic location. Dominance over the Baltic sea depends on controlling a handful of islands, Åland islands being one of the areas of importance. In a very typical Finnish fashion, we have embraced the 160 years of Åland islands demilitarization by drinking at home, alone, in our underwear[2]. Even Vogue[3] approves that.

While many people here would like to officially see us as the gateway between the East and the West – either through our land border with Russia or the fastest flights between Europe and Asia [4], the biggest advantage comes from the side alleys of the Internet. On the imageboards, the last sanctions for true freedom of speech, Finnish tactical meme capabilities hold a special stature – loved, admired, feared and hated, sometimes all of those at the same time. Classics like Spurdo spärde are shitposted with an intensity only a country with a long history in developing Linux, Internet protocols and mobile phones can provide, while new organic highly viral OC is pushed out at a rate comparable to major information warfare centers.

In addition to meeting the nation, which produces above average amounts of hackers, memelords and F1 drivers per capita, Helsinki in October offers you a mix of modern architecture and the Classics, saunas, casual foreign intelligence activities [5], early days of Northern European winter and cold weather, and chance to visit neighboring countries by just hopping onto a ferry at one of the harbors.

We organize this conference out of love and do our best to make it a memorable experience to both speakers and audience alike. If you’re in doubt, just send questions with #t2infosec hashtag on Twitter for an (un)biased opinion. This is an event from hackers to hackers.

t2’17 offers you an audience with a taste for technical security presentations containing original content. This is your chance to showcase the latest research and lessons in strategic offensive capabilities, practical applications for 48 Laws of Power, snakeoil-less security certifications, scientifically proven remote sensing, dropping zero days during presentations, scaling defense or buildings, detection mechanisms and tactics, preventing diamond heists, putting the ASL into ASLR, new vulnerability classes or something completely different containing love, happiness and traces of technical security.

The advisory board will be reviewing submissions until 2017-08-09.
First come, first served. Submissions will not be returned.

Quick facts for speakers

  • presentation length 60-120 minutes, in English
  • complimentary travel and accommodation for one person [6]
  • decent speaker hospitality benefits
  • no marketing or product propaganda

Still not sure if this is for you? Check out the blast from the past.

Considering many of our visitors know what they want and trust us to deliver, we’re making their life easy.. The registration is now open!

How to submit
Fill out the form at https://t2.fi/action/cfp

References

[0] No worries, we have saunas to cater to both nude or non-nude guests.
[1] Urho Kekkonen https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/a/a1/Kekkonen-Tunis-1965.jpg
[2] https://toolbox.finland.fi/images/finland-emojis/kalsarikannit/
[3] http://www.vogue.com/article/finnish-trend-kalsarikannit-vogue-archive
[4] http://www.cnbc.com/2016/10/17/finnair-launches-singapore-to-helsinki-route-claiming-fastest-way-to-get-to-europe.html
[5] http://yle.fi/uutiset/osasto/news/finnish_intelligence_warns_foreign_powers_targeting_young_politicians/9540600
[6] Except literally @nudehaberdasher and @0xcharlie
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42] Ladies, gentlemen, and hackers, this year our headlining keynote speaker is the voice of reason when it comes to cyber policies, offense and Buffy the Vampire slayer, the person who needs no introductions,  Dave Aitel!

Registration closed

The registration for t2’15 is now closed and all available tickets have been sold.

Yes – just like last year, we’re out of seats a month before the event. The only remaining ticket is the one awarded for the most elegant challenge write-up. It’s literally the last chance if you don’t have a ticket by now!

A big thank you to all registered attendees and speakers – you are making this happen. See you next month in Helsinki!

About 10 seats left

If you’ve ever been to t2, you know that the atmosphere and networking is everything. In order to keep it that way, we have to limit the amount of attendees, meaning there is a total of 99 seats available, including speakers and organizers.

Although there is still plenty of time before the conference takes place we have passed the 90% mark and if you want to make sure you’ll actually have a seat, we advice you to register now.

t2'15 schedule now online

So many CFP entries, so little time. The schedule for 2015 is ready
and finalized, and as always, we’re pretty excited! There’s a mix of
high level and low level, offense and defense, cocktails and
networking. ..and by the way, our keynote speaker is @headhntr.

This year we’re continuing the tradition of not having dedicated
tracks – therefore Thursday’s string of OPSEC presentations is just a glitch in the random number generator. The same glitch also caused Alexander Bolshev and Boris Ryutin to receive two one hour slots for their exploit development workshop. AVR microcontrollers have never been this interesting!

As anybody who’s been to security conferences during the last decade knows, it takes something special to have a solid fuzzing presentation – Nils‘ “Windows kernel fuzzing” definitely
hits the mark. Speaking of awesomeness previously available only with nation state budgets, the guys from Tel Aviv university are
demonstrating what EMSEC means in practice. You probably want to take notes with pencil and paper this time.

The hard limit of 99 attendees (including the speakers and t2 staff)
is again in full effect. No exceptions, no excuses. Early registration
is definitely recommended. As always, t2’15 will take place in Radisson Blu Royal Hotel Helsinki.