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Yearly Archives: 2017

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2018 CFP Metrics

WHO SUBMITTED? Total of 211 submissions.  Down 9% from last year. 266 unique names on submissions (some submissions had more than one author, some authors made more than one submission) Using dubious best guess methods (based on indication by name, google, and/or personal…

ShmooCon 2018 Keynote – Donna F. Dodson

ShmooCon and The Shmoo Group are pleased to announce the keynote for ShmooCon 2018, Donna F. Dodson. Donna F. Dodson is the Chief Cybersecurity Advisor for the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST). She is also the Director of NIST’s National Cybersecurity Center of Excellence (NCCoE).…

What to do at Shmoo

You now have a ShmooCon Barcode.  Now what? You should definitely make sure you’ve made hotel reservations if needed as the room block will be closing soon.  Remember too, if you’re staying at the Hilton but booked outside of our block, please send…

End of Year Ticket Stats – 2018

There were 1480 tickets released in three sales rounds. All tickets were held in 9.50 seconds. The wait lists filled up .77 seconds after that. In other words ShmooCon 2017 sold out in 10.26 seconds.  Remember – this is the time in which…

Speaker Lineup ShmooCon 2018

ShmooCon and The Shmoo Group are pleased to announce (most of) the speakers for ShmooCon 2018.  We’re still waiting to get final confirmation from just a few folks, but here’s all the folks who promised to be there in January so far. We’ll…

2018 Round 3 Stats

230 tickets were released this round. All tickets were held in 3.68 seconds. The waitlist filled up .29 seconds after that. So, by our definition, we sold out in 3.97 seconds.  At this point all tickets are accounted for and we take down…