- The deadline for receipt of proposals to participate as a trainer in the Cybersecurity Summer BootCamp 2022 ended on June 1 2022.
- 8 June: public announcement of the selected proposals.
How to be part of the technical programme of the #CyberSBC2022?
The 2022 edition of the CyberSecurity Summer BootCamp will feature an ambitious virtual programme consisting of 2 days of master seminars and 114 hours of technical training.
Following the success of the previous edition, this year the workshop programme will be designed through a Call For Papers, where anyone interested can submit their workshop proposal, as long as the theme revolves around the field of cybersecurity and meets the requirements set out in the rules of participation.
Through this call, the technical workshops aimed at the target audiences will be selected:
- Police investigation: workshops aimed at members of Security Forces and Agencies who work in operational units related to cybersecurity (FCS).
- Operations CSIRTs: workshops aimed at technical personnel who work in Security Incident Response Centres (CSIRTs).
- Prosecutors, judges, and magistrates: workshops aimed at active personnel from judicial or tax authorities, magistrates and State's attorneys who work on cybercrime or cybersecurity cases.
- Political, regulatory, or legislative actors: workshops aimed at personnel from regulatory or legislative bodies who work in areas regarding legal and regulatory aspects of cybersecurity (policy makers).
Procedure for the submission of proposals
The deadline for receipt of proposals ended on June 1, 2022 at 23:59 UTC +02:00. The procedure for participation in this process is described in the General conditions and the term extension agreement.
Evaluation report of the selected proposals
Public announcement of the selected proposals:
- Evaluation Report CFP - FCS
- Evaluation Report CFP - CSIRTs
- Evaluation Report CFP - Legislation
- Evaluation Report CFP - Policy Makers