Hillsboro 2019 FIRST Technical Colloquium

  • Hillsboro 2019 FIRST Technical Colloquium, Atlanta (US)

PSIRT Technical Colloquium 2019

Hillsboro (US), April 3th–4th, 2019

For the first time, Intel will be hosting a Technical Colloquium (TC) focused on Product Security Incident Response Teams (PSIRTs). The event will be held in Hillsboro, OR, USA on April 3rd and 4th, 2019. The TC is open to members and non-members alike, oriented for those that are part of a PSIRT or are considering forming a PSIRT.

The theme for this year is: Coordinated vulnerability disclosure, Tooling, PSIRT Services, Process Maturation and Bug Bounties

Call for Papers

This is the formal Call for Papers (CFP) for this particular TC. We will accept papers until January 31, 2019. Papers should be oriented on Product Security Incident Response Team, the theme and the possible topics listed below:

The two day format of the event will generally follow the past events.

Day 1 (April 3rd)
will start with a plenary session, then break into one or two tracks for the presentations much like it has been for the two previous years when hosted by IBM and Honeywell. There will be a Social Event that evening (the 3rd), much as we had last year for all attendees.

Day 2 (April 4th)
will be broken into one or two tracks and will be a combination of presentations and Birds of a Feather (BOF) interactive discussions. We look to continue the discussions on what others do and how (this is really a learning / sharing set of discussions and will be limited to PSIRTs).

We welcome other suggested topics to be included.

If you are interested in submitting a subject or a presentation for consideration, apply your submission to Call for Papers:

Deadline is January 31, 2019.

Submit your paper

Questions? E-mail us at: 2019psirt-tc@first.org

Registration

Registration coming soon

Location

The event will be held at the Intel Hawthorn Farm Campus, located at:

5200 NE Elam Young Pkwy
Hillsboro
OR 97124

Hillsboro 2019 FIRST Technical Colloquium

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