Hack.lu is proud to announce its first keynote speaker for the 13th edition of the conference, Sarah Jamie Lewis.
Sarah is an independent security researcher currently living in Vancouver Canada. She has a passion for privacy and anonymity. She runs Mascherari Press, an organization dedicated to conducting and promoting privacy research aimed at empowering marginalized and at risk communities.
This year, Sarah will tackle: “Queer Privacy & Building Consensual Systems”. The talk is about privacy. “I’m going to tell you stories. These stories belong to real people. People trying to live their lives, find love, find comfort and find happiness in a world that, at best, pretends they don’t exist, and at worst, punishes them for existing. These stories are from people who need privacy and security, but who are failed by our current tool, systems and communities. Not all of these stories have happy endings, but each one shines a light that can show us how to build tools, systems and communities that are more useful, more inclusive and safer for those who are marginalized by society”, states Sarah.
Hack.lu will take place on October 17-19, 2017, at Alvisse Parc Hotel in Luxembourg. Registrations are open here: https://2017.hack.lu/info/
The opportunity to submit papers for presentation and workshop proposals is now open until July 21st. The proposals will be reviewed and selected by the hack.lu program committee.
3 important side events to note: the MISP Summit on Monday 16th; the Open Source Security Software Hackathon on Thursday 19 and Friday 20; the Bsides Luxembourg on Friday 20, a conference 100% dedicated to defense, inspiring discussions and knowledge exchange among the participants, whether they are from red or blue team side.
For more information about the call for papers and our sponsorship packages, please contact the hack.lu team at: email@example.com