Security & Privacy
November 11, 2010
De Reehorst, Ede-Wageningen, the Netherlands
Call for Abstracts
NLUUG najaarsconferentie 2010
11 November 2010
Closing Your Open Systems
Technical progress brings with it unprecedented possibilities. As we bring more and more (sensitive) data online, introduce services and digitize large parts of the economy, the risk of being digitally abused grows enormously.
Old mistakes are made anew and show up in the latest technologies; new security mistakes are discovered all the time; online privacy and online detection are facing off against each other -- all while millions of people surf the Web with infected web browsers.
The programme committee is soliciting speakers with a good tale to tall about security or privacy.Possible topics include:
The NLUUG fall conference is scheduled on 11 November 2010 in De Reehorst in Ede, the Netherlands. Although the conference language is primarily Dutch, we welcome English presentations as well.
The conference has slots for talks and a limited number of tutorials or demonstrations. In a conference talk the author has 40 minutes to present a single topic to the audience. Tutorials offer a 90 minute slot for a smaller audience in which specific techniques are explained. For more information on tutorial and demonstrations slots, please contact the programme committee.
Speakers whose abstracts are accepted will be asked to submit a paper for the conference proceedings by 11 october 2010. These papers will be published in the proceedings as well as other NLUUG media. We recommend that authors write a paper, but it is not required.Important dates:
Questions about the conference as well as suggestions for interesting speakers, as well as abstracts (200 words) with a short biography may be directed to the programme committee at firstname.lastname@example.org.