Call for paper
GreHack is an international security conference which takes place in Grenoble (France).
GreHack was missing last year, but GreHack is back ! More talks, more challenges and more free food !
It's the 3rd edition, and as always, it aims to bring together academics, industry, government and hacker to discuss new advances in computer and information security research.
As previous edition, the conference will take place during the day, and a CTF will be held during the night. In extra, this year, free workshops and 2 min presentations will be organized.
Topics of the conference
- Embedded Security ( health device, SCADA, home/personal devices...)
- Reverse Engineering and Obfuscation
- Vulnerability Discovery / Analysis
- Exploit Automation
- Mobile security
- Hardware Vulnerabilities
- Malware Creation, Analysis and Prevention
- Web Application Security
- Network security, Intrusion Detection and Prevention
- Security and Privacy in Cloud, P2P Networks
- Penetration Testing
- Disclosure and Ethics
- Digital Forensics
- Applied Cryptography and Cryptanalysis
We encourage original and groundbreaking submissions, demonstrations, release of a new open source/non-commercial tool, and interaction with the audience.
We highly encourage papers which have not been published, but we still accept replay of paper.
We pay particular attention to any demonstration to real world exploitation and applied security in real context.
Each submission will be reviewed by the PC
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GreHack 2015 will consider the following types of submissions:
- Full research papers presenting mature and novel research results.
Their total length should range from 10 to 16 pages.
- Short Papers/Extended Abstracts describing novel ideas of potential interest to the security research community. Their total length should range from 4 to 8 pages.
Papers can be submitted here
Submissions accepted by the Program Committee will be presented at GreHack 2015. Each paper must include an abstract and a list of keywords, be formatted in a single-column format, use at least 11-point fonts, and have reasonable margins. Templates are available here
(Latex and Word). Total length includes the bibliography and any appendices.
GreHack does not require anonymized submissions, thus authors and affiliations must be mentioned. For accepted papers, at least one of the authors must attend the conference and present the paper.
Further questions on the submission process may be sent to the program chairs at firstname.lastname@example.org
GreHack 2015 - Program Committee
- Cedric Lauradoux - INRIA (Chair)
- Florent Autréau - Mataru (Chair)
- Mathieu Blanc - CEA-DAM
- Arnaud Calmejane - Sogeti ESEC
- Jessy Clédière - CEA-Leti
- Philippe Elbaz-Vincent - Institut Fourier
- Xavier Facelina - Seclab-solutions
- Josselin Feist - Verimag (Securimag)
- Julien Francq - Airbus Defense & Space.
- Franck de Goër - LIG (Securimag)
- Pascal Lafourcade - Université d'Auvergne
- Regis Leveugle - TIMA
- Dave Penkler - Hewlett-Packard
- Marie-Laure Potet - Verimag
- Patrick Redon - Thales
- Matthieu Rivain - CryptoExperts
- Marion Videau - Quarkslab