Submit your topic and become a speaker at one of the largest IT Security conferences in Poland

5th November 2021 Online + VoD

The Hack Summit

C:\> What is The Hack Summit?

C:\> What topic areas does the conference cover?

C:\> What tracks can you expect?

The final division into individual tracks will be determined after the Call for Papers, but it will be analogous to the division in previous editions of the event

C:\> Who will you speak for?

professionals vs juniors

C:\> Important information about the presentations and the formula of the event:

If you have an idea for an interesting topic and would like to be a speaker at our event, please complete the form below.

Submit your application

C:\> Why is it worth becoming a speaker at our conference?

C:\> Who has performed during previous editions?

Join the great experts who have spoken at THS so far:

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C:\> Who forms the THS Program Council?

Karol Molenda
The National Cybersecurity Center (NCSC)
Mariusz Chmielewski
The National Cybersecurity Center (NCSC)
Łukasz Jędrzejczak
The National Cybersecurity Center (NCSC)
Michał Jaworski
Microsoft
Artur Józefiak
Accenture
Adrian Kapczyński
The Polish Information Processing Society
Wojciech Pilszak
e-Detektywi
Paweł Gruszecki
IP&TMT Practice, Domański Zakrzewski Palinka
Andrzej Dyjak
Bezpieczny Kod
Krzysztof Szczypiorski
The Faculty of Electronics & Information Technology, Warsaw University of Technology
Paula Januszkiewicz
CQURE
Mike Jankowski-Lorek
CQURE
Michał Kurek
KPMG
Sebastian Burgemejster
IIA Poland
Paweł Kordos
KMD Poland
Mariusz Belka
ISSA Poland
Józef Sulwiński
SEQRED
Rafał Kasprzyk
Cybernetics Faculty, Military University of Technology
Paweł Pławiak
CBSG Poland
Artur Byszko
Afine
Mateusz Kułach
ING Bank Śląski
Jakub Plusczok
ING Tech Poland
Michał Hryciuk
ISACA
Maciej Remiszewski
Freelance Consultant
Wojciech Ciemski
Security Bez Tabu
Michał Bijata
Academic Partners Foundation
Anna Feliksbrot
Academic Partners Foundation
Mikołaj Wolan
Academic Partners Foundation

C:\> Who is organizing the event?

For nearly 10 years Academic Partner Foundation not only organizes but also initiates many significant events (conferences, fairs, meetings) addressed to IT / data science professionals and students. Each of them currently gathers thousands of participants every year. We are responsible for such events as: Warsaw IT Days, The Hack Summit, Data Science Summit, Ya!vaConf, IT Job Fairs and many IT meetups. We also help organize IT / data science conferences for large organizations. In case of any questions, please contact us .

National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC) is a highly specialized and elite military unit, subordinated to the Ministry of National Defense, responsible for key areas related to IT, cryptology and cyber security. A comprehensive approach to cyber security issues requires a constant cooperation of ICT and crypto security experts with hardware and software acquisition specialists as well as the assembling (set-up) and maintenance of military networks and systems. NCSC is also responsible for numerous activities: educational, implementation, research and development (R&D) and also opinion-making ones.

If you have an idea for an interesting topic and would like to be a speaker at our event, please complete the form below. The deadline for submissions is the 19 September 2021 (this deadline may be extended).

Submit your application