The Review Committee will review all submissions and determine the final list of speakers for OPCDE 2017.
- Jonathan Brossard, Salesforce (Moabi.com, Security Researcher)
- Matt Suiche, Comae (Founder)
- Nick Depetrillo, (Retired Security Researcher)
- Chris Valasek, Uber (Janitor, Security Researcher)
- Francisco Oca, Salesforce (Security Researcher)
- Alberto Garcia, Salesforce (Security Researcher)
- Tavis Ormandy, Google (Google Project Zero, Security Researcher)
- Stefano Zanero, Secure Network (BlackHat Review Board, Professor University of Milan, Security Researcher)
- Stephen Ridley, Xipiter (Founder, Security Researcher)
- Rodrigo Branco, Intel (H2HC Organizer, Security Researcher)
- James Forshaw, Google (Google Project Zero, Security Researcher)
- Cesar Cerrudo, IOActive (Security Researcher)
Please refer to the call for paper for additional information.
The Emirates Towers is a building complex in Dubai that contains the Emirates Office Tower and Jumeirah Emirates Towers Hotel. The two towers, which rise to 355 m (1,165 ft) and 309 m (1,014 ft), respectively, stand as the 42nd and 100th tallest buildings in the world. The two towers are connected by a 9,000 m?? (96,875 ft??) two-storey retail complex known as "The Boulevard". The Emirates Towers complex is located on the Sheikh Zayed Road in Dubai, United Arab Emirates, and is a symbol of the city of Dubai.
The Emirates Towers complex is set in over 570,000 m?? (42 acres) of gardens, with lakes, waterfalls and public seating areas. There is parking space for up to 1,800 cars.
Future Accelerator's newly-opened facility in Emirates Towers will be the venue for OPCDE 2017 conference.
FLIGHTS FROM DUBAI
More than 200 direct flights are available from Dubai including exotic places such as Sri Lanka, Zanzibar, Oman, Nepal, Rwanda, Uganda and Kenya. More flights
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