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SANS EU DFIR SUMMIT - Call For Papers

The 3rd annual Forensics and Incident Response Summit EU will take place on October 7 in Prague, one of the most historical European cities, in the context of the SANS Forensics Prague conference, the biggest Forensics event in Europe to date. The Summit will focus on high quality and extremely relevant content as well as panel discussions in Digital Forensics and Incident Response. The 2012 theme is currently in development as the digital forensics and incident response community is constantly evolving and our content promises to be cutting-edge and relevant to ensure you will be able to utilize the ideas presented when you return to your organization.

In addition, we encourage you to take every opportunity to make the most of this event from attending the Summit to registering for one or more of the post-summit training classes taught by SANS' top-rated instructors and course authors. Additional events such as daily evening talks or the SANS Community Night will be taking place during that week too.

This event promises to bring together the leading minds in digital forensics and incident response in the EU, as well as many other practitioners from a wide cross section of industries and company sizes. You will be able to share with all of them your challenges and find out new solutions that work, techniques and approaches you didn't even know existed.

Call for Speakers - Now Open

The 3rd annual Forensics and Incident Response Summit Call for Speakers is now open. If you are interested in presenting or participating on a panel we are looking for user-presented case studies with communicable lessons.

The Forensics Summit offers speakers opportunities for exposure and recognition as an industry leader. If you have something substantive, challenging, and original to offer, you are encouraged to submit a proposal.

Benefits of Speaking

  • Promotion of your speaking session and company recognition via the Forensic conference website and all printed materials
  • Visibility via the Forensic post-conference presentation email link for many months following the conference
  • Full conference badge to attend all Summit sessions
  • Private speaker lunch


Submission Guidelines

  • Title
  • Author Name(s)
  • Author Title
  • Company
  • Speaker Contact Information: Address, phone number, email address
  • Biography
  • Your biography should be approximately 160 words. You may include your current position, titles, areas of professional expertise, experience, awards, degrees, personal information, etc.
  • Abstract
    • The presentation abstract should outline your presentation and what attendees will learn. All content must be strictly educational. The presentation should be relevant to: Media Exploitation Analysts, Legal, Incident Response Teams, Security Operations and Law Enforcement professionals.

    Speaking Options:

    • Presentation: 45 minutes
    • Question & Answer: 10-15 minutes

    Submit your submissions to callforpapers-prague@sans.org by June 30, 2012 with the subject "SANS DFIR Summit EU CFP 2012."

    Thank you for your interest in presenting.