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About the Event:
Each BSides is a community-driven framework for building events for and by information security community members.
The goal is to expand the spectrum of conversation beyond the traditional confines of space and time. It creates opportunities for individuals to both present and participate in an intimate atmosphere that encourages collaboration.
It is an intense event with discussions, demos, and interaction from participants. It is where conversations for the next-big-thing are happening. You don’t want to miss it!
When: Friday, November 4, 2011
Where: Think Inc World HQ, 1375 Peachtree St. Suite 600, Atlanta, Ga (The Earthlink Bldg).
The venue is located on the 6th floor. Front Desk will instruct attendees on which elevator bank to use to reach the secured floor.
Parking: Parking can be found in several locations near the venue.
- Before 9:30, parking in the building is $6/day
- After 9:30, $8/day (mention BSides)
- $3 Early Bird 1/2 block south and nearby
Cost: Free of course!
Registration: Registration is now OPEN! Get your tickets before it sells out. Eventbrite sign-up: http://bsidesatl-2011.eventbrite.com
To make the very most of this event, we need your help! We currently are looking for sponsors. If you are interested in sponsoring, please contact Nick Owen at nowen at wikidsystems.com or Mary Catherine Petermann at mc at barracuda.com. Information on various sponsorship packages will be posted soon.
This year we are planning to have a minimum of two (2) tracks and additional space allocated for panels/discussions, podcasting/media, as well as new and exciting events/contents. Stay tuned for updates!
If you have never attended and/or presented at a BSides conference you are in for a real treat. Whether you are new to speaking in front of crowds or consider yourself a veteran, BSides is a welcoming environment that provides an intimate setting to have casual conversations with your audience.
Throw away all of the unconformable feelings of being in front of a crowd, and get ready for active, fun, non-judgmental audience members who care to engage in conversation.
This year we are opening the CFP for a variety of topics/ideas:
- Pioneers of the industry with fresh NEW topics of conversation
- Education/Training on what you are most passionate about
- Technology (wide open for your interpretation)
- Panels - if you or a group of individuals would like to have a panel to discuss hot topics, please submit your ideas
- Events - if you have ideas for events/contents, please submit them!
- Whatever else you think its relative to InfoSec or BSides!
To submit your ideas, please send them to the following address: securitybsidesatl at gmail.com
When submitting, please use the following format:
Subject: BSidesATL CFP Submission
Name: Your name goes here
Title: Sell it properly
Abstract: Description of your ideas/topic for discussion
Bio: Short and sweet, no need to send a resume.
This year we are planning to have some events that received great feedback and audience participation in the past. In addition, we would love to hear your ideas on new events/contests that YOU would like to see take place at a BSides conference. If you have ideas, please send them in to the CFP address listed above.
- Mary Catherine Petermann
- Nick Owen
- Eric Smith
- Tony UcedaVelez
- Martin Fisher
- Dan McGinn-Combs
- If you would like to help with the event, we need you! Please let us know. Email: securitybsidesatl at gmail.com
Your attendance at BSides Atlanta is valid toward the CISSP continuing education credits (CPEs). If you are a CISSP, please print a copy of this form and bring it to the meeting. Give it to the meeting moderator or one of the BSides Atlanta Staff members to sign, after which you can submit it to (ISC)2 as needed.