We are looking for Suricata users, developers, product managers, researchers, and more, interested in sharing their work with Suricata’s global open source community. These talks typically run 30 to 45 minutes, including Q&A. Our audience comprises industry, open-source, academia, and research professionals passionate about Suricata and network threat hunting, so please keep that in mind when submitting.
The OISF team reviews all submissions and will keep an eye out for exciting and innovative use cases, challenges, new ideas, research, and other related topics exciting and valuable for our technical audience. Also, though we are planning a hybrid format for this year’s conference, we are asking only speakers who plan to join us in-person to submit to talk.
Finally, as SuriCon is a community-centric conference, no vendor talks or sales pitches will be accepted. If you have any questions, reach out to us at SuriCon@OISF.net.