Kathmandu, Nepal

Call For Workshop (CFW)

We are pleased to announce Call for Workshop for ‘THREAT CON 2020’ which will be held from 23rd - 25th September 2020. THREAT CON will provide a leading edge scholarly forum for researchers, developers, IT professionals, engineers, and students alike to share their state-of-the-art research and developmental work in the broad areas of pervasive cybersecurity.

THREAT CON workshops provides a platform for experts in security to train fellow security researchers, practitioners and enthusiasts. As it consists of hands on sessions, it gives the researchers an opportunity to share their knowledge and help security enthusiasts grow professionally. It also provides the audiences with a unique opportunity to learn from experts in the field of security and gain valuable insights into various domains of security.

We invite you to send your workshop proposal following the workshop submission guidelines mentioned below.

Guidelines for Proposal Submission

  1. Please submit your proposal to [email protected]. After submission you will be acknowledged of the receipt of the proposal via an email within 2 working days.
  2. Training should not be based on a specific product and deal with practices in cybersecurity and its various domains, and should not contain marketing or sales pitches.
  3. The proposed workshop must be no more than 2 days long.
  4. The submitted proposal must detail practices, plans and procedures that the workshop will focus on.
  5. The submission should contain compendious summary of the proposed workshop including its background, purpose, methodology, results, and conclusion.
  6. The submission should be accompanied with information and biodata of the trainers.
  7. The proposal should be submitted before the 10th July 2020.

  8. As a trainer you will receive the following amenities:
    - Complimentary corporate passes to the conference
    - Access to exclusive after-event cocktail dinner
    - Memento and a certificate of appreciation
    - An excuse to visit Nepal
    - Free tickets to THREAT CON for next 3 years
    - Infinite gratitude from the organisers

    Note: While we cannot promise to cover any expense of the trainers, we will try our best to recompense you in some ways if we receive sufficient sponsorship.

Our Review Panel

Manuel Caballero

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Security Researcher,

Buenos Aires, Argentina

Eduardo Vela Nava

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Sr. Security Engineer, Google

Zürich Area, Switzerland

Mario Heiderich

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Founder, Cure53

Berlin, Germany



Security Researcher, Gitlab/Phenoelit

Berlin, Germany

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