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Security@ 2020 Call for Speakers is Open

Security@ 2020 Call for Speakers is Open

HackerOne’s global Security@ conference is back for its fourth year. This year’s virtual event will take place October 20-22, 2020. Today, we’ve opened our call for speakers! Are you looking for a stage where you can share your learnings and best practices collaborating with hackers and/or security teams or a chance to talk about your unique security journey? Now is your chance. The Security@ 2020 CFP closes August 21, 2020.

Security@ 2020 CFP

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Security@ gathers the largest community of industry influencers, public and private sector leaders from some of the most advanced security teams, and hackers from all over the world. Together, speakers and attendees discuss everything related to incorporating hackers into cybersecurity strategies. We call it hacker-powered security. It's the only conference of its kind dedicated to educating the world on hacker-powered security from those who are leading us into the modern era of cybersecurity.
The conference name, Security@, signifies the first step towards hacker-powered security. A homage to organizations that create a security@[organization].com email alias to provide a communication channel for external researchers to submit vulnerability reports they find.

There’s nothing like it in the world. All that’s missing is your brilliant talk. 

Previous topics include:

Previous speakers include Kevin Tierney from General Motors, Emre Saglam from Salesforce, Philip Martin from Coinbase, Pax Whitmore from PayPal, Dr. Amit Elazari from Intel, Kris Johnson from U.S. Department of Defense, Leonard Bailey from the Department of Justice, Christian Bobadilla from Priceline, as well as hackers such as Keren Elazari, Jack Cable, Samy Kamkar, Frans Rosén, Santiago Lopez, and Tommy DeVoss, among others.

For more on past presentations and panels, check out the video recordings and agenda at

Do you have a unique perspective and actionable insights to share? If so, we want to hear from you!

What 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 are defending against 

So what are you waiting for? The deadline to submit is August 21, 2020. You can submit your talk here: Questions? Email