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Call for Papers

Deadline
  • The deadline for receiving workshop proposals was 11 May 2021 at 23.59 UTC+02.00.
  • 2 June: public announcement of the proposals selected.

Is your proposal ready? Tell us about it and you will have the chance to be part of the #CyberSBC2021 programm

The 2021 edition of the Cybersecurity Summer BootCamp will feature an ambitious virtual programme consisting of two keynote seminars and 18 hours of training  of technical workshops for the following target audiences: 

  • Police investigation: 6 workshops aimed at members of Law Enforcement Agencies who work in cybersecurity-related operational units.
  • Operations CSIRTs: 6 workshops aimed at technical staff working in Computer Security Incident Response Teams (CSIRTs).
  • Legislation and Regulatory Framework: 6 workshops aimed at staff of regulatory or legislative bodies working in areas related to the legal and regulatory aspects of cybersecurity (policymakers) and current court and prosecutorial staff, government solicitors, civil servants working in the Administration of Justice (Public Prosecutor’s Office, judges and prosecutors).

Following the success of other organised events, this year the programme of workshops will be designed through a Call for Papers, in which any interested party may submit their workshop proposal, as long as the topic concerns the field of cybersecurity and meets the requirements set out in the general conditions for participation.

Procedure for submitting proposals

The deadline for receiving workshop proposals is 11 May 2021 at 23.59 UTC+02.00. To submit the proposal, the procedure described in the General conditions of participation must be followed:

  1. Download and fill out the form according to the type of workshop to be presented.
  2.  Submitting the form to the aforementioned email address by the deadline, stating, in the subject of the form «CFP CyberSBC2021».

Proposal assessment report

Each proposal shall be assessed with a score from 0 to 100 (procedure described in the General conditions ).