Calling all speakers! Do you have a security story to tell? How about lessons learned from defending the front lines, exciting new research or a fresh take on the future of hacker-powered security you’re dying to share? Why not present it to the community at Security@ San Francisco 2019? Our one-day event will gather industry influencers, some of the most advanced security teams and hackers from all over the world.
HackerOne is stoked to announce our first ever call for speakers! The deadline to submit is August 16.
Present at this awesome one-day event, taking place October 15. It will be our biggest, best conference yet.
Why speak at Security@?
If you’re wondering what Security@ is all about, look no further than the name. The name “Security@” refers to the “security@[organization].com” alias, which many businesses use to allow researchers to submit bug reports. It pays homage to the people, stories, and creativity on both sides of that email address.
Security@ attracts path-breakers from across the industry: hackers, influencers, experts, and innovators from some of the world’s most advanced security teams. For the third year in a row, the security community will gather at Security@ to share lessons and insights from the hacker front lines.
There’s nothing like it in the world. All that’s missing is your brilliant talk.
What do people talk about?
We’re looking for:
• Advice for security and business leaders
• Standout security research from the hacker community
• Fresh takes on the future of security, the hacker community, and the risks we’re defending against
In the past, our speakers have taken us on deep-dives into hackers’ motivations. They’ve shared lessons learned from hacking the Pentagon. Experts have delivered masterclasses on attack surface reduction, vulnerabilities in the travel and hospitality industry, and the legal implications of a safe harbor. For more, check out the videos and agenda at https://www.hackerone.com/security-at/2018.
If you’ve got a unique perspective and actionable insights, we want to hear from you!
Why are you still sitting there?
The deadline is August 16, so go submit your talk!
Questions? Email email@example.com.