No Hat Computer Security Conference

November 28th, 2020
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 November 28th, 2020 
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No Hat Computer Security Conference

Event submitted on Sunday, December 15th 2019, approved by Charles Villanueva

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November 28th, 2020
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Cybersecurity Conferences that take place in the beautiful Bergamo are rare so if you work and live in IT Security in the Milan region then we’d recommend you attend this event, not least because the event is in English. The organizers have gone to great lengths to make this an event a huge success and we’d encourage you to check out the speakers. Let us know if you attend by dropping a review below.

- Review written by Henry Dalziel on Sunday, December 15th 2019.
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No Hat is an annual security conference that is organized by Berghem-in-the-Middle. The conference gathers professionals, specialists, and hobbyists operating in different fields of computer security and privacy. This year’s conference will take place in Bergamo at Centro Congressi Giovanni XXIII.

The conference currently has a Call for Presentations open. Speakers are invited to submit ideas and contribute and/or join for a talk. Some topics of interest include but are not limited to IoT, malware analysis, and I/IoT security, vulnerability research, mobile security, cybercrime, forensics, and data protection.

The speaking slots are 45 minutes which includes questions and the preferred language for the talks is in English.

Accepted talks will benefit from flight and hotel accommodation (up to one speaker).

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