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ToorCon XX CFP Closing Friday!

Last chance to submit your talk to ToorCon XX! Since this is a special year, we’re looking for talks addressing our successes and failings as a community over the last 20 years as well as cutting edge research that will hopefully shape the next 20:

– All things Retro
– Cryptography
– Embedded / Hardware Security
– IoT
– Machine Learning
– Blockchain / DLT / Smart Contracts
– (Not) Repeating History
– Secure Coding
– Vulnerability Detection
– Verification Methods
– SAT / SMT Solvers / Theorem Provers

ToorCon 20 Call For Papers!

After an amazing ToorCamp, we’ve switched gears and are busy preparing for ToorCon 20! We want to see all of the cool things you’ve been up to for the last year!

Head on over to our CFP page to submit your research. We can’t wait to see what you all will present in September when we celebrate our 20th year!

ToorCon CFP Now Open!

The ToorCon 19 CFP is now officially open! The first round of talks will be announced on June 16th and the final selection on July 14th. Some preference will be given to talks that are submitted early, so get hacking and send in your latest research today!

ToorCon has begun!

Check in is now open! We’re at the registration desk by the Emerald Ballroom on Level 2 of the Emerald Plaza Westin (400 W Broadway – not the other Westin that’s 3 blocks away). The reception is at the pool on the 3rd floor from 7pm-9pm. Can’t wait to see you all here!

Workshop Venue Change!

The workshops are kicking off today at 8:30am and have been moved to the 13th floor in the Office Tower at the Emerald Plaza (use the office tower elevators on the other side of the building from the hotel lobby). Continental breakfast will be provided. If you have trouble finding us, ask the concierge or the office tower security desk in the lobby.

Workshops Open for Registration!

260930313_57c3abaee2_mWe have some great workshops this year. Once again, Michael Ossmann will be teaching his best selling Software Defined Radio Workshop based on the HackRF. New workshops for this year include Dmitry Nedospasov teaching Hardware Hacking using FPGAs and Ubertooth hackers, Mike Ryan & Dominic Spill teaching their first ever Bluetooth Hacking Workshop. Tickets are selling fast, so register today!