CFP SecurityByte India

From: Naik (naik.s...)

Hi All,

The first round of speakers have been selected for Securitybyte,
please follow us on twitter @securitybyte to get the latest updates on
speakers and event.

Deral Heiland, From Printer to Owned: Leveraging Multifunction
Printers During Penetration Testing
Nithya Raman, Security threats on social networks
Alexander Polyakov, A Crushing Blow At the Heart of SAP J2EE Engine
Bishan Singh, Enabling Un-trusted Mashups
Krzysztof Kotowicz, HTML5: Something Wicked This Way Comes
John McColl, Hacking Corporate Telephony
Aseem Jakhar, Runtime thread injection and execution in Linux
George Nicolaou, Alternative Exploitation Vectors (A study of
Michele Orru, Securing the Browser
Kanwal K. Mookhey, The Data Theft Epidemic in India
Vivek Ramachandran, Enterprise Wi-Fi Worms, Backdoors and Botnets for
Fun and Profit

The 2nd round of CFP is out


Securitybyte is proud to announce its Second Annual International
Information Security Conference, "Securitybyte 2011" in Bangalore,
India. This 4-day event features two days of conferences and two days
of post-conference hands-on Trainings & Certifications covering every
aspect of Information Security. The Securitybyte conference features
some of the most respected names in the Security space and is focused
around new research and innovation. The Securitybyte Conference 2011
is planned for Sept 6th through 9th, 2011 at The Taj Hotel in
Bangalore, India.

The two-day conference (Sept 6th & 7th) will have the following three

Deep Technical
Government & Governance

Submission Deadline: The first round of submission of papers for
conference talks and trainings should be done no later than August
5th, 2011. Please send all your submissions to [email protected],
keeping subject line as "SB 2011 CFP Submission".


Got a new attack against any technology or device? We want to see it.

Topics of interest include, but are not limited to, the following:

Management Case studies around any of the topics above of how the
implementation was done and what were some of the lessons learned.


Cloud Security
Electronic Device Security (Cell Phones / PDA's)
Defeating Biometrics
WLAN, RFID and Bluetooth Security
Data Recovery and Incident Response
Virtualization Security
Database Security
Forensic & Cyber security Regulatory & Law
Copyright infringement and anti-copyright infringement
enforcement technologies
Critical infrastructure issues
Data security and privacy issues
Identity theft, identity creation & identity fraud
Corporate Espionage

National Security

Cyber forensics
Cyber warfare
Cyber Espionage
Next hyphenGen Cyber threats
Critical Infrastructure protection
Surveillance & counter-surveillance

Speaker Submission:

Please use the following submission form template to respond:

Name, title, address, email, and phone/contact number
Short biography, qualifications, occupation, achievements, and
affiliations (limit 250 words.)
Summary or abstract of your presentation (limit 1250 words.)
Technical requirements (video, internet, wireless, audio, etc.)
References (Contact name, title, and email address of two
conferences you have spoken at or comparable references.)

**Please note, product or vendor pitches are not accepted. If your
talk involves an advertisement for a new product or service your
company is offering, please do not submit a proposal.


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