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LayerOne 2013 CFP Now Open!

Posted on 09 February 2013 by operator (3)

Hello everyone,

The LayerOne 2013 Call For Papers is now OPEN! We’re looking for more great submissions on the latest and greatest topics in the security world. The Call For Papers closes on March 31st, make sure to submit before then.

LayerOne 2013 will be held on May 25-26, 2013 at the DoubleTree Hotel in Monrovia. More details about the conference will be available soon. If you’ve never been to a LayerOne, check out the Archives page for past LayerOne content, including full video of presentations from previous years.

Hope to see you all in May!

Sincerely,
The LayerOne Staff

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