Qingdao 2017 FIRST Technical Colloquium

Qingdao (CN), 22–24 May, 2017

CNCERT will host the CNCERT Annual Conference 2017 in Qingdao, China on May 22nd-24th, 2017.

The FIRST Technical Colloquium (English meeting) will be held on May 22nd, 2017 to discuss the latest technical issues in the area of Cybersecurity and emergency response. CNCERT will also hold the 2nd CNCERT International Cooperation Forum (English meeting) in the afternoon of May 23rd, 2017 in order to provide an opportunity for the communication among CNCERT, foreign partners and Chinese Internet enterprises.

The theme of the CNCERT Annual conference is Industry Convergence to Promote Development, Mutual Collaboration to Build Security. The mission is to present and share new emerging focus and concerns on cybersecurity, and to discuss new countermeasures or approaches to deal with them. There will be about 700 attendees estimated to participate in the conference on May 23rd-24th, 2017. The official language of the Annual Conference is Chinese, and there is simultaneous interpretation service provided for the Annual Conference.


Call for Papers

We are honored to invite FIRST members to participate the CNCERT Annual Conference, FIRST TC and CNCERT Forum, and deliver speeches in the meetings if they like. The topics could related but not limited to:

Please submit your abstract to 2017cncert@cert.org.cn


Registration

Please download the Registration Form here. Up to 2 members on each FIRST team may register complimentary. Please return the completed Registration Form to the following contact before April 7th, 2016 to 2017cncert@cert.org.cn. Contact Person is Ms. ZHANG Yanru.


Location

The 2017 CNCERT Annual Conference will be held at Qingdao Shangri-La Hotel in Shandong province which is the place of production for Tsingtao beer. For more detailed information, please refer to http://shangrilahotelqingdao.com/. The conference website will be online soon.

9 Xianggang Middle Rd, Shinan Qu, Qingdao Shi,
Shandong Sheng, China, 266000
Qingdao 2017 FIRST Technical Colloquium

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