In an increasingly cloud-enabled world, “cloud security” is becoming synonymous with cybersecurity. To share the work we’re doing to build secure clouds and learn more from technologists in our community about their experiences, we’re hosting a one-day technical conference on cloud security at our headquarters in Philadelphia on June 6, 2017.

If you’re a cybersecurity professional or technologist working on cloud security, and will be in Philadelphia in June, we hope you’ll consider proposing a presentation for Security by the Schuylkill.

Our call for presentations is open to the technical community, and is focused on identifying great talks covering a wide range of issues. The deadline for submissions has been extended through April 28th.

If you’ve got interesting experiences or best practices to share in these or related areas, we’d love to hear from you.

  • Cloud security ecosystem – architectural patterns, design patterns, test patterns, deployment patterns, and operations patterns
  • Cloud design, implementation, and deployment tools and mechanism for improving cloud security
  • Identity, authorization and access control in the cloud
  • Unsolved cloud security problems
  • Tools, threat models, and forensics for the cloud
  • Case studies, experience reports, and pearls
  • DevSecOps for cloud
  • Cloud security assessments

Security by the Schuylkill is the second in our series of one-day technical conferences that kicked off with Scala by the Schuylkill earlier this year.

Attendee registration will open in May.