MSSN CTRL: Security Engineering & Automation Conference

Arlington, VA October 05, 2023, October 06, 2023

CFP closed at  April 16, 2023 23:30 UTC

MSSN CTRL is not just another cybersecurity conference.

MSSN CTRL is an event that focuses on innovative practices and how they are changing the way security has been traditionally practiced for the past decade. The conference aims to provide deep technical training and hands-on sessions that will equip attendees with the right methods and tools to protect their organizations or customers.

The conference spans two days and will offer an immersive experience where attendees will have the opportunity to meet with engineers, analysts, and leaders from the most prominent cybersecurity startups, security service providers, and some of the best SOC teams around the globe. The conference is designed with practitioners in mind, and attendees will have the chance to hear directly from others in the field as they share real stories of what challenges they face and how they overcome them.

In addition to the technical training and hands-on sessions, attendees will have the opportunity to collaborate, debrief with peers, expand their network, and leave inspired to do security differently. MSSN CTRL is an excellent opportunity for practitioners to stay up to date with the latest trends and gain valuable insights into how to improve their organization’s security infrastructure.

If you are looking for new ways of thinking and new emerging technologies to solve your security problems, this is the event for you. If you have fallen victim to adding acronyms to your technology stack, we don’t blame you - but challenge you to open your mind to a new frontier.

CFP Description

We’re creating the conference with you, the practitioner, in mind. We plan to shape the event around the cybersecurity community with workshops and discussions to give you a voice and the opportunity to share. In order to accomplish this, we need your help.

Do you have a topic you want to discuss with your peers?

To help get you started, here are some suggested talks:

  • Incident Response, streamlined: approaches to responding to external incidents faster and more efficiently.
  • The modern SOC architecture: coping with the growing diversity in IT environments.
  • The problem with storage: strategies to deal with storage and its operationalization.

Other relevant topics may include but are not limited to:

  • Blue team experiences
  • Detection engineering techniques
  • Malware analysis
  • Threat hunting
  • Forensics
  • Automated security analysis
  • Technology built using LimaCharlie

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