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August 31, 2022 (Wed).

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BSides Orlando 2022

Hear ye, Hear ye, It is by royal chomplamation, their Royal Chompness Lil’ Chompy, Biter of the Realm, Sovereign Leader of the Swamp, and 2017 All-State Alligator Wrestling Champion decrees BSides Orlando shall be held on the eighteenth and nineteenth of November, in the year of our reptile 2022.

The grand spectacle shall be held at Full Sail Live (approximately 20 minutes north of the Orlando International Airport) with workshops on Friday, November 18 and the conference on Saturday, November 19.

*Lil’ Chompy requests the realm's best minds step forward to share knowledge and display their skills to others attending the festivities. *

Will you answer the call (for presentations)?

The CFP closes on August 31st at midnight ET. Speakers selected through the anonymous CFP selection process will be notified and announced by early October.

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Thanks for submitting and good luck!

Covid Policy

Speakers are free to remove their mask if they so wish, during their presentations, otherwise masks will be required at all times during the conference

The BSides Orlando 2022 CFP Committee

BSides Orlando 2022
Unprecedented Times
November 18 - 19, 2022

Workshops: Friday, Nov 18
Conference: Saturday, Nov 19
Virtual / Full Sail Live

CFP Info:

CFP Submissions

In your submission, please be as detailed as possible (including a detailed outline if available) in order for the review committee to properly evaluate your talk. Reviewers will not be focusing on the “Elevator Pitch” section of this submission form and will mainly focus on the strength of the abstract (The “Description” section). Things we’d love to see mentioned in the abstracts include mentioning any hands on demos (live or recorded), what the audience can actually expect to have covered in the talk, and what attendees will be able to take away from the talk.

Each submission will be reviewed with the following concepts as a framework for review:

The CFP review will be anonymous, so please do not include any biographical or identifying information in your proposal itself or the notes section. The speaker bio, email address, and social media information will be hidden from reviewers in order to facilitate a fair review of all submissions. *Submissions received with identifying information exposed to reviewers may be excluded from consideration. *

Additional information and resources regarding the CFP submission and selection process is available here: (http://