The deadline for submissions to the Sept. 22 Security of Things Forum has been extended until July 21. Acceptance is on a rolling basis, however, so get your submissions in soon!
The Security of Things Forum, the premiere security and Internet of Things event in the Northeast is extending its call for submissions to July 21st. Security researchers, academics, executives, device hackers and other subject matter experts have another three weeks to submit talks for consideration ahead of the September 22nd show.
We have a great event coming together, including talks by leading wireless device security expert and “hillbilly hacker” Travis Goodspeed as well as Kevin Fu, founder of Virta Labs, a cyber security start-up focused on the medical device space and a recognized expert in the security of medical devices. The event features both a technical “Hackers Track” and strategy and investment focused discussions on the “Leaders Track.”
Talks are being accepted on a rolling basis and our first round of talks has already been approved, with public announcements due next week. Those interested in presenting at the September Forum are encouraged to complete their submissions sooner rather than later.
Long and short: we’ve received a number of excellent submissions and they continue to roll in. In the past couple days we’ve fielded a number of request for extensions, and so we’re going to give people a couple more weeks to get their submissions in.