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Bugcrowd announces LevelUp 0x02, the virtual hacking conference

Bugcrowd Announces LevelUp 0x02, The Virtual Hacking Conference

Hi everyone! Bugcrowd is very excited to announce LevelUp 0x02, the free, online bug bounty hunter conference! On May 26, 2018, we will host the all-day conference featuring presentations from bug bounty hunters and penetration testers, sharing best practices, strategies, and research to help level-up their fellow bug hunters.

Just like last year, our goal for this online conference is to create opportunities for researchers to learn and level-up their skills. The stream will be live, covering a wide breadth of security testing topics. And we will again have ways for researchers to chat with others in the community and to ask questions of the presenters.

LevelUp 2017 brought together hundreds of researchers from all over the world for a day of amazing, high quality, cutting-edge content shared directly from the community. If you missed LevelUp 2017, check out our YouTube playlist with all of the videos.

Our CFP is open!

We are accepting talks/presentations from individuals or groups. Our primary focus this year is on intermediate to advanced bug hunting skills and techniques, but we are accepting content ranging from beginner to advanced. The content should be technical and presentation length can range from 20-50 minutes.

The LevelUp 0x02 CFP submission deadline is May 11th, 11:59pm PST – 2018.

Bug hunting is about innovation. We’re accepting talks on a wide variety of topics and if you think you’re working on cool stuff that we haven’t considered yet, please submit it! We’d love to hear from you. If it’s got hacker roots, we want it. No topic is too big or small. We’re all here to learn!

Please visit our CFP form to learn more and to submit your presentation.


Sam Houston

Senior Community Manager at Bugcrowd. Sam's passionate about working to foster the best researcher community on the web. Prior to joining the security industry Sam worked for Couchsurfing, Electronic Arts, Playfish, and gamerDNA.

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