Friends, we closed the reception of applications for the reports. See you at the conference!
If you want to make a speech on ZeroNights’2017, send your applications for consideration by the program committee. To send an application fill out the questionnaire. CFP will be closed on October 1, 2017.
We do not accept marketing or non technical papers aimed at selling certain products. The speach should be submitted in Russian or in English.
You can choose any subject for your paper, as long as it fits the scope of the event but we favour the following topics:
Everything related to hacking attacks is worth being discussed. It is one thing to just detect a vulnerability, but when delving into details, taking all the important factors into account and, finally, developing a working exploit an entirely another thing. The point of interest for us here is not inexpensive software like APT, but rather working attack methods on expensive soft which cause actual harm:
- Business system hacks: ERP/RB/SCADA
- Attack vectors which lead to direct profit
- Corporate sector attacks: real cases, disguise methods etc.
- Attacks on POS terminals and ATMs
- Attacks and security breaches of embedded devices
Attacks and security breaches in the world of mobile software:
- Attacks on protocols (e.g. GSM, LTE, 3G, CDMA, etc.)
- OS vulnerabilities (Android/iOS/Windows Phone)
- Firmware vulnerabilities
- Attacks on devices
While our conferences goes on being technically oriented conference, any new and practical research in the field of attack methods is of primary concern for us and our participants:
- OS defense bypass
- Vulnerability exploitation
- Fuzzing techniques
- Anti-antivirus mechanisms
- Reverse engineering
- Web security
The scope of our conference is not limited by the aforementioned topics, so if you think that your subject will be interesting to the audience feel free to write us, too!
Our conference has several participation formats. The terms and conditions are described below:
40 minutes talk
The speaker is entitled to deliver his/her talk (40 minutes) and is granted 5 minutes to answer listeners’ questions in one of the two conference halls.
Transport costs (travel to Moscow and back, economy class) and three nights in a hotel close to the venue are reimbursed to speakers. The reimbursement cannot exceed 1000 USD. All the additional terms and condition are discussed individually.
Fast Track talk
The speaker is granted 15 minutes to present his/her paper and 5 minutes to answer questions in a separate hall. Transport and hotel costs are not reimbursed.
Defensive Track talk
The speaker has 20 minutes to deliver his/her talk and 5 minutes to answer listeners’ questions in a separate hall. Transport and hotel reimbursement is negotiable.
This is supposed to be a talk on practical aspects of cybersecurity. Engineers, developers, architects, and fellow hackers engaged in ambitious security projects can share their ideas and experience with their colleagues. The products you develop and services you purchase are should not be discussed, just your best practices, experience, and illustrative success (or failure) stories. We want to discuss open source tools, you develop or use efficiently, your architectural solutions, ranging from automating global processes to solving local tasks.
The speaker prepares his/her presentation and any training materials he/she needs. He/she is granted 2 or more hours to conduct workshop in a separate hall. Transport costs (travel to Moscow and back, economy class) and three nights in a hotel close to the venue are reimbursed to speakers.
The reimbursement cannot exceed 1000 USD. All the additional terms and condition are discussed individually.
- Alexander ‘Solar Designer’ Peslyak, Openwall
- Dmitriy Nedospasov, Toothless Consulting UG
- Nikita Tarakanov, Independent Security Researcher
- Ivan Novikov, ONSec
- Alexey Sintsov, HERE
- Anton Karpov, Yandex
- Alexander Matrosov, Cylance
- Dmitry Oleksiuk, Independent Security Researcher
- Alexander Gantman, QualComm
- Nikita Abdullin, Riscure