ToorCon Seattle, slated for July 5th-7th, 2013, at Neumos and at other venues in the astonishingly beautiful City of Seattle, Washington, has issued a Call for Papers, for the highly anticipated and always innovative event. According to the organizers, papers targeting Reverse Engineering, Protocol Analysis, Advanced Exploitation, Cryptography, Hardware Hacks and Wireless & Radio Frequency Attacks will garner enhanced 'consideration' during the CFP Submission process.
ToorCon only accepts papers on new technologies and methodologies that have been recently developed in the area of computer security. We will not accept papers that have already been presented prior to 2013 unless they present fundamental concepts or conform to any of the outlined topics below." - via ToorCon
“We migrated key functions from Windows to Linux because we needed
an operating system that was stable and reliable – one that would give
us in-house control. So if we needed to patch, adjust or adapt, we
could.” - Keith Chuvala of United Space Alliance