Welcome to ZeroNights 2022!

About conference

  • Place: Saint-Petersburg, Russia
  • Date: June 23
  • Timeslots: 15/30/45min & workshops
  • Language: English, Russian
  • Site: https://zeronights.org

CFP Timeline

  • CFP start: January 20
  • CFP end: May 15

Conditions:

A speaker may deliver either a long or a short talk about Offensive or Defensive security. The terms and conditions for each of the options are listed below.

Long or medium talk: A speaker is entitled to deliver his/her talk (30/45 minutes) and is granted 5 minutes to answer listeners’ questions in one of the two conference halls. Transport costs (travel to St. Petersburg and back, economy class) and one night in a hotel close to the venue are reimbursed to speakers. The reimbursement cannot exceed 1000 USD. All the additional terms and conditions are discussed individually. For each 45 min exclusive offensive research, the committee will provide an honorarium of 1000 USD.

Short talk: A speaker is entitled to deliver his/her talk (15 minutes) and is granted 3 minutes to answer listeners’ questions in one of the two conference halls. Transport costs (travel to St. Petersburg and back, economy class) are reimbursed to speakers. The reimbursement cannot exceed 100 USD. All the additional terms and conditions are discussed individually.

The CFP committee accepts on-site talks only. We advise you not to delay submitting your application.

If you are planning to hold a workshop, write about it to workshops@zeronights.org, indicating its duration and the minimum requirements for the venue. The cost of tickets to Saint Petersburg and one night in a hotel will be reimbursed.

CFP committee:

  • Alexander ‘Solar Designer’ Peslyak, Openwall
  • Alexander Matrosov, CEO of Binarly
  • Dmitry Oleksiuk, Independent Security Researcher
  • Dmitriy Evdokimov, ZeroNights
  • Alexander Gantman, QualComm
  • Nikita Abdullin, DCG7812 community
  • Alexey Sintsov, HERE
  • Eldar Zaitov, ctftime
  • Andrey Labunets, Independent Security Researcher
  • Michael Markevich, Opera Software
  • Vladimir ‘ЗАРАЗА‘ Dubrovin, MailRu Group
  • Fyodor Yarochkin, Trend Micro
  • Eugene Rodionov, Google
  • Sergey Belov, DCG7812 community
  • Anton ‘Bo0oM‘ Lopanitsyn, Independent Security Researcher
  • Max Moroz, ByteDance