Event submitted on Friday, September 18th 2020, approved by Charles Villanueva ✓
This event has been tagged as follows:
- Artificial Intelligence
- Cloud Security
- CXO Level
- Hacker Conference
- Offensive Security (Malware)
- SCADA/ ICS
- Web Application Security
- Women In Cybersecurity
We’re huge fans of nullcon, indeed, we’ve actually interviewed one of the main people organizing this well-known and established Indian Cybersecurity Conference, Aseem Jakhar. Needless to say, we highly-rate nullcon, they organize a ton of awesome events and always invite superb speakers. If you’re a Cybersecurity Professional in India, especially in or near Goa then we’d advise that you get yourself to their brilliant conference.
भारत में सूचना सुरक्षा सम्मेलन की अत्यधिक अनुशंसा की गई
Conference Event Summary
The following description was either submitted by the Conference Organizer on Friday, September 18th 2020, or created by us.
Nullcon is an annual security conference held in Goa, India. The focus of the conference is to showcase the next generation of offensive and defensive security technology. We happily open doors to researchers and hackers around the world and the universe, working on the next big thing in security and request everyone to submit their new research.
If you love security, hacking, cutting edge research, Goa, trance, then the universe will conspire to send you to nullcon.
Tips for submitting
Submit early – Submitting early increases the chance of acceptance in the first round of review itself. The more you delay the more competition you have with other papers that are submitted later.
Technical description – The more concrete technical details you provide the better chance you have of getting accepted. Reviewers usually give a low score to submissions that have very small or vague abstract and may not request for more details. The best way is to provide a supporting full technical paper that explains all the vulnerabilities, exploits, etc. in detail.
Declining a paper – Please take rejection as a suggestion for improvement somewhere in the paper and not as an offense. Declining a paper does not mean your submission is not good. There are many parameters we look at when reviewing a paper, technical in-depth is only one of them. Many times, we have to let go of really good talks because there is already an accepted paper on a similar subject or too many good submissions or your submission is already presented/published elsewhere. We want you to succeed and are only trying to help you in preparing you for future submissions. So, cheer up and get ready for the next submission.
Review comments – We do not ask our review board for comments.
Category – If the submission is (being) presented prior nullcon or if it is an enhancement of an already presented research, please DO NOT mark it as new research as it falls under current research.
New research – At nullcon we focus on new research that has not been published/presented prior to nullcon conference dates. New research submissions get priority over current research. If your submission is a rework/enhancement or your existing research or similar presentation to what is already delivered/published elsewhere, it will get less scoring when compared to new research.