LayerOne 2008 - CFP Released

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LayerOne 2008 Information Technology Conference
Call for Papers

May 17 & 18, 2008
Los Angeles, California (Pasadena Hilton)
http://layerone.info/

The fifth annual LayerOne information technology conference is now
accepting submissions for topic and speaker selection. As always, we
are interested seeing a broad range of pertinent topics, and encourage
all submissions. Some of our past presentations have included:

- Hacking FedEx/Kinkos Smart Cards
- Anti-Forensics Techniques
- RFID Hacking
- Proximity Card Hacking
- Cryptographic Cracking Using FPGA Technology

We would love to see the same breadth and depth of submissions as we
have in previous years, so if you have an idea you're on the fence
about - please send it in! For a complete list of past presentations,
visit www.layerone.info.

Please be sure to include the following information in your submission:

- Presentation name
- A one-sentence synopsis of your topic
- A longer one to three paragraph synopsis or short outline of what
you plan on covering
- Names, email addresses and URLs of the presenter(s)
- A short (single-paragraph) biography of the presenter(s)

Once everything is ready to go, please email your submission to cfp
[at] layerone [dot] info no later than March 15, 2008. You will
receive notice no later than April 1, 2008 to let you know if your
talk has been accepted.

As we have a single presentation track, please bear in mind that
speaking slots are limited to one hour. While presenters typically
divide the hour into separate presentation and Q&A sessions, you may
structure your time however you see fit. If you think your
presentation will run longer, or have any special requirements, please
include this information in your submission and we will do our best to
accommodate you.

Note: If the presentation is based upon code or a particular
technique, the presenter must be one of the developers of the code or
technique and be prepared to perform a demonstration.

We look forward to reviewing your submissions, and anticipate another
great line-up for this year's conference. Once again, if you have any
questions about your submission, please email cfp [at] layerone [dot]
info. Thank you for your interest, and we look forward to seeing you
there!

Sincerely,
-The LayerOne TeamLayerOne 2008 Information Technology Conference
Call for Papers

May 17 & 18, 2008
Los Angeles, California (Pasadena Hilton)
http://layerone.info/

The fifth annual LayerOne information technology conference is now
accepting submissions for topic and speaker selection. As always, we
are interested seeing a broad range of pertinent topics, and encourage
all submissions. Some of our past presentations have included:

- Hacking FedEx/Kinkos Smart Cards
- Anti-Forensics Techniques
- RFID Hacking
- Proximity Card Hacking
- Cryptographic Cracking Using FPGA Technology

We would love to see the same breadth and depth of submissions as we
have in previous years, so if you have an idea you're on the fence
about - please send it in! For a complete list of past presentations,
visit www.layerone.info.

Please be sure to include the following information in your submission:

- Presentation name
- A one-sentence synopsis of your topic
- A longer one to three paragraph synopsis or short outline of what
you plan on covering
- Names, email addresses and URLs of the presenter(s)
- A short (single-paragraph) biography of the presenter(s)

Once everything is ready to go, please email your submission to cfp
[at] layerone [dot] info no later than March 15, 2008. You will
receive notice no later than April 1, 2008 to let you know if your
talk has been accepted.

As we have a single presentation track, please bear in mind that
speaking slots are limited to one hour. While presenters typically
divide the hour into separate presentation and Q&A sessions, you may
structure your time however you see fit. If you think your
presentation will run longer, or have any special requirements, please
include this information in your submission and we will do our best to
accommodate you.

Note: If the presentation is based upon code or a particular
technique, the presenter must be one of the developers of the code or
technique and be prepared to perform a demonstration.

We look forward to reviewing your submissions, and anticipate another
great line-up for this year's conference. Once again, if you have any
questions about your submission, please email cfp [at] layerone [dot]
info. Thank you for your interest, and we look forward to seeing you
there!

Sincerely,
-The LayerOne TeamLayerOne 2008 Information Technology Conference
Call for Papers

May 17 & 18, 2008
Los Angeles, California (Pasadena Hilton)
http://layerone.info/

The fifth annual LayerOne information technology conference is now
accepting submissions for topic and speaker selection. As always, we
are interested seeing a broad range of pertinent topics, and encourage
all submissions. Some of our past presentations have included:

- Hacking FedEx/Kinkos Smart Cards
- Anti-Forensics Techniques
- RFID Hacking
- Proximity Card Hacking
- Cryptographic Cracking Using FPGA Technology

We would love to see the same breadth and depth of submissions as we
have in previous years, so if you have an idea you're on the fence
about - please send it in! For a complete list of past presentations,
visit www.layerone.info.

Please be sure to include the following information in your submission:

- Presentation name
- A one-sentence synopsis of your topic
- A longer one to three paragraph synopsis or short outline of what
you plan on covering
- Names, email addresses and URLs of the presenter(s)
- A short (single-paragraph) biography of the presenter(s)

Once everything is ready to go, please email your submission to cfp
[at] layerone [dot] info no later than March 15, 2008. You will
receive notice no later than April 1, 2008 to let you know if your
talk has been accepted.

As we have a single presentation track, please bear in mind that
speaking slots are limited to one hour. While presenters typically
divide the hour into separate presentation and Q&A sessions, you may
structure your time however you see fit. If you think your
presentation will run longer, or have any special requirements, please
include this information in your submission and we will do our best to
accommodate you.

Note: If the presentation is based upon code or a particular
technique, the presenter must be one of the developers of the code or
technique and be prepared to perform a demonstration.

We look forward to reviewing your submissions, and anticipate another
great line-up for this year's conference. Once again, if you have any
questions about your submission, please email cfp [at] layerone [dot]
info. Thank you for your interest, and we look forward to seeing you
there!

Sincerely,
-The LayerOne TeamLayerOne 2008 Information Technology Conference
Call for Papers

May 17 & 18, 2008
Los Angeles, California (Pasadena Hilton)
http://layerone.info/

The fifth annual LayerOne information technology conference is now
accepting submissions for topic and speaker selection. As always, we
are interested seeing a broad range of pertinent topics, and encourage
all submissions. Some of our past presentations have included:

- Hacking FedEx/Kinkos Smart Cards
- Anti-Forensics Techniques
- RFID Hacking
- Proximity Card Hacking
- Cryptographic Cracking Using FPGA Technology

We would love to see the same breadth and depth of submissions as we
have in previous years, so if you have an idea you're on the fence
about - please send it in! For a complete list of past presentations,
visit www.layerone.info.

Please be sure to include the following information in your submission:

- Presentation name
- A one-sentence synopsis of your topic
- A longer one to three paragraph synopsis or short outline of what
you plan on covering
- Names, email addresses and URLs of the presenter(s)
- A short (single-paragraph) biography of the presenter(s)

Once everything is ready to go, please email your submission to cfp
[at] layerone [dot] info no later than March 15, 2008. You will
receive notice no later than April 1, 2008 to let you know if your
talk has been accepted.

As we have a single presentation track, please bear in mind that
speaking slots are limited to one hour. While presenters typically
divide the hour into separate presentation and Q&A sessions, you may
structure your time however you see fit. If you think your
presentation will run longer, or have any special requirements, please
include this information in your submission and we will do our best to
accommodate you.

Note: If the presentation is based upon code or a particular
technique, the presenter must be one of the developers of the code or
technique and be prepared to perform a demonstration.

We look forward to reviewing your submissions, and anticipate another
great line-up for this year's conference. Once again, if you have any
questions about your submission, please email cfp [at] layerone [dot]
info. Thank you for your interest, and we look forward to seeing you
there!

Sincerely,
-The LayerOne TeamLayerOne 2008 Information Technology Conference
Call for Papers

May 17 & 18, 2008
Los Angeles, California (Pasadena Hilton)
http://layerone.info/

The fifth annual LayerOne information technology conference is now
accepting submissions for topic and speaker selection. As always, we
are interested seeing a broad range of pertinent topics, and encourage
all submissions. Some of our past presentations have included:

- Hacking FedEx/Kinkos Smart Cards
- Anti-Forensics Techniques
- RFID Hacking
- Proximity Card Hacking
- Cryptographic Cracking Using FPGA Technology

We would love to see the same breadth and depth of submissions as we
have in previous years, so if you have an idea you're on the fence
about - please send it in! For a complete list of past presentations,
visit www.layerone.info.

Please be sure to include the following information in your submission:

- Presentation name
- A one-sentence synopsis of your topic
- A longer one to three paragraph synopsis or short outline of what
you plan on covering
- Names, email addresses and URLs of the presenter(s)
- A short (single-paragraph) biography of the presenter(s)

Once everything is ready to go, please email your submission to cfp
[at] layerone [dot] info no later than March 15, 2008. You will
receive notice no later than April 1, 2008 to let you know if your
talk has been accepted.

As we have a single presentation track, please bear in mind that
speaking slots are limited to one hour. While presenters typically
divide the hour into separate presentation and Q&A sessions, you may
structure your time however you see fit. If you think your
presentation will run longer, or have any special requirements, please
include this information in your submission and we will do our best to
accommodate you.

Note: If the presentation is based upon code or a particular
technique, the presenter must be one of the developers of the code or
technique and be prepared to perform a demonstration.

We look forward to reviewing your submissions, and anticipate another
great line-up for this year's conference. Once again, if you have any
questions about your submission, please email cfp [at] layerone [dot]
info. Thank you for your interest, and we look forward to seeing you
there!

Sincerely,
-The LayerOne TeamLayerOne 2008 Information Technology Conference
Call for Papers

May 17 & 18, 2008
Los Angeles, California (Pasadena Hilton)
http://layerone.info/

The fifth annual LayerOne information technology conference is now
accepting submissions for topic and speaker selection. As always, we
are interested seeing a broad range of pertinent topics, and encourage
all submissions. Some of our past presentations have included:

- Hacking FedEx/Kinkos Smart Cards
- Anti-Forensics Techniques
- RFID Hacking
- Proximity Card Hacking
- Cryptographic Cracking Using FPGA Technology

We would love to see the same breadth and depth of submissions as we
have in previous years, so if you have an idea you're on the fence
about - please send it in! For a complete list of past presentations,
visit www.layerone.info.

Please be sure to include the following information in your submission:

- Presentation name
- A one-sentence synopsis of your topic
- A longer one to three paragraph synopsis or short outline of what
you plan on covering
- Names, email addresses and URLs of the presenter(s)
- A short (single-paragraph) biography of the presenter(s)

Once everything is ready to go, please email your submission to cfp
[at] layerone [dot] info no later than March 15, 2008. You will
receive notice no later than April 1, 2008 to let you know if your
talk has been accepted.

As we have a single presentation track, please bear in mind that
speaking slots are limited to one hour. While presenters typically
divide the hour into separate presentation and Q&A sessions, you may
structure your time however you see fit. If you think your
presentation will run longer, or have any special requirements, please
include this information in your submission and we will do our best to
accommodate you.

Note: If the presentation is based upon code or a particular
technique, the presenter must be one of the developers of the code or
technique and be prepared to perform a demonstration.

We look forward to reviewing your submissions, and anticipate another
great line-up for this year's conference. Once again, if you have any
questions about your submission, please email cfp [at] layerone [dot]
info. Thank you for your interest, and we look forward to seeing you
there!

Sincerely,
-The LayerOne TeamLayerOne 2008 Information Technology Conference
Call for Papers

May 17 & 18, 2008
Los Angeles, California (Pasadena Hilton)
http://layerone.info/

The fifth annual LayerOne information technology conference is now
accepting submissions for topic and speaker selection. As always, we
are interested seeing a broad range of pertinent topics, and encourage
all submissions. Some of our past presentations have included:

- Hacking FedEx/Kinkos Smart Cards
- Anti-Forensics Techniques
- RFID Hacking
- Proximity Card Hacking
- Cryptographic Cracking Using FPGA Technology

We would love to see the same breadth and depth of submissions as we
have in previous years, so if you have an idea you're on the fence
about - please send it in! For a complete list of past presentations,
visit www.layerone.info.

Please be sure to include the following information in your submission:

- Presentation name
- A one-sentence synopsis of your topic
- A longer one to three paragraph synopsis or short outline of what
you plan on covering
- Names, email addresses and URLs of the presenter(s)
- A short (single-paragraph) biography of the presenter(s)

Once everything is ready to go, please email your submission to cfp
[at] layerone [dot] info no later than March 15, 2008. You will
receive notice no later than April 1, 2008 to let you know if your
talk has been accepted.

As we have a single presentation track, please bear in mind that
speaking slots are limited to one hour. While presenters typically
divide the hour into separate presentation and Q&A sessions, you may
structure your time however you see fit. If you think your
presentation will run longer, or have any special requirements, please
include this information in your submission and we will do our best to
accommodate you.

Note: If the presentation is based upon code or a particular
technique, the presenter must be one of the developers of the code or
technique and be prepared to perform a demonstration.

We look forward to reviewing your submissions, and anticipate another
great line-up for this year's conference. Once again, if you have any
questions about your submission, please email cfp [at] layerone [dot]
info. Thank you for your interest, and we look forward to seeing you
there!

Sincerely,
-The LayerOne TeamLayerOne 2008 Information Technology Conference
Call for Papers

May 17 & 18, 2008
Los Angeles, California (Pasadena Hilton)
http://layerone.info/

The fifth annual LayerOne information technology conference is now
accepting submissions for topic and speaker selection. As always, we
are interested seeing a broad range of pertinent topics, and encourage
all submissions. Some of our past presentations have included:

- Hacking FedEx/Kinkos Smart Cards
- Anti-Forensics Techniques
- RFID Hacking
- Proximity Card Hacking
- Cryptographic Cracking Using FPGA Technology

We would love to see the same breadth and depth of submissions as we
have in previous years, so if you have an idea you're on the fence
about - please send it in! For a complete list of past presentations,
visit www.layerone.info.

Please be sure to include the following information in your submission:

- Presentation name
- A one-sentence synopsis of your topic
- A longer one to three paragraph synopsis or short outline of what
you plan on covering
- Names, email addresses and URLs of the presenter(s)
- A short (single-paragraph) biography of the presenter(s)

Once everything is ready to go, please email your submission to cfp
[at] layerone [dot] info no later than March 15, 2008. You will
receive notice no later than April 1, 2008 to let you know if your
talk has been accepted.

As we have a single presentation track, please bear in mind that
speaking slots are limited to one hour. While presenters typically
divide the hour into separate presentation and Q&A sessions, you may
structure your time however you see fit. If you think your
presentation will run longer, or have any special requirements, please
include this information in your submission and we will do our best to
accommodate you.

Note: If the presentation is based upon code or a particular
technique, the presenter must be one of the developers of the code or
technique and be prepared to perform a demonstration.

We look forward to reviewing your submissions, and anticipate another
great line-up for this year's conference. Once again, if you have any
questions about your submission, please email cfp [at] layerone [dot]
info. Thank you for your interest, and we look forward to seeing you
there!

Sincerely,
-The LayerOne TeamLayerOne 2008 Information Technology Conference
Call for Papers

May 17 & 18, 2008
Los Angeles, California (Pasadena Hilton)
http://layerone.info/

The fifth annual LayerOne information technology conference is now
accepting submissions for topic and speaker selection. As always, we
are interested seeing a broad range of pertinent topics, and encourage
all submissions. Some of our past presentations have included:

- Hacking FedEx/Kinkos Smart Cards
- Anti-Forensics Techniques
- RFID Hacking
- Proximity Card Hacking
- Cryptographic Cracking Using FPGA Technology

We would love to see the same breadth and depth of submissions as we
have in previous years, so if you have an idea you're on the fence
about - please send it in! For a complete list of past presentations,
visit www.layerone.info.

Please be sure to include the following information in your submission:

- Presentation name
- A one-sentence synopsis of your topic
- A longer one to three paragraph synopsis or short outline of what
you plan on covering
- Names, email addresses and URLs of the presenter(s)
- A short (single-paragraph) biography of the presenter(s)

Once everything is ready to go, please email your submission to cfp
[at] layerone [dot] info no later than March 15, 2008. You will
receive notice no later than April 1, 2008 to let you know if your
talk has been accepted.

As we have a single presentation track, please bear in mind that
speaking slots are limited to one hour. While presenters typically
divide the hour into separate presentation and Q&A sessions, you may
structure your time however you see fit. If you think your
presentation will run longer, or have any special requirements, please
include this information in your submission and we will do our best to
accommodate you.

Note: If the presentation is based upon code or a particular
technique, the presenter must be one of the developers of the code or
technique and be prepared to perform a demonstration.

We look forward to reviewing your submissions, and anticipate another
great line-up for this year's conference. Once again, if you have any
questions about your submission, please email cfp [at] layerone [dot]
info. Thank you for your interest, and we look forward to seeing you
there!

Sincerely,
-The LayerOne TeamLayerOne 2008 Information Technology Conference
Call for Papers

May 17 & 18, 2008
Los Angeles, California (Pasadena Hilton)
http://layerone.info/

The fifth annual LayerOne information technology conference is now
accepting submissions for topic and speaker selection. As always, we
are interested seeing a broad range of pertinent topics, and encourage
all submissions. Some of our past presentations have included:

- Hacking FedEx/Kinkos Smart Cards
- Anti-Forensics Techniques
- RFID Hacking
- Proximity Card Hacking
- Cryptographic Cracking Using FPGA Technology

We would love to see the same breadth and depth of submissions as we
have in previous years, so if you have an idea you're on the fence
about - please send it in! For a complete list of past presentations,
visit www.layerone.info.

Please be sure to include the following information in your submission:

- Presentation name
- A one-sentence synopsis of your topic
- A longer one to three paragraph synopsis or short outline of what
you plan on covering
- Names, email addresses and URLs of the presenter(s)
- A short (single-paragraph) biography of the presenter(s)

Once everything is ready to go, please email your submission to cfp
[at] layerone [dot] info no later than March 15, 2008. You will
receive notice no later than April 1, 2008 to let you know if your
talk has been accepted.

As we have a single presentation track, please bear in mind that
speaking slots are limited to one hour. While presenters typically
divide the hour into separate presentation and Q&A sessions, you may
structure your time however you see fit. If you think your
presentation will run longer, or have any special requirements, please
include this information in your submission and we will do our best to
accommodate you.

Note: If the presentation is based upon code or a particular
technique, the presenter must be one of the developers of the code or
technique and be prepared to perform a demonstration.

We look forward to reviewing your submissions, and anticipate another
great line-up for this year's conference. Once again, if you have any
questions about your submission, please email cfp [at] layerone [dot]
info. Thank you for your interest, and we look forward to seeing you
there!

Sincerely,
-The LayerOne TeamLayerOne 2008 Information Technology Conference
Call for Papers

May 17 & 18, 2008
Los Angeles, California (Pasadena Hilton)
http://layerone.info/

The fifth annual LayerOne information technology conference is now
accepting submissions for topic and speaker selection. As always, we
are interested seeing a broad range of pertinent topics, and encourage
all submissions. Some of our past presentations have included:

- Hacking FedEx/Kinkos Smart Cards
- Anti-Forensics Techniques
- RFID Hacking
- Proximity Card Hacking
- Cryptographic Cracking Using FPGA Technology

We would love to see the same breadth and depth of submissions as we
have in previous years, so if you have an idea you're on the fence
about - please send it in! For a complete list of past presentations,
visit www.layerone.info.

Please be sure to include the following information in your submission:

- Presentation name
- A one-sentence synopsis of your topic
- A longer one to three paragraph synopsis or short outline of what
you plan on covering
- Names, email addresses and URLs of the presenter(s)
- A short (single-paragraph) biography of the presenter(s)

Once everything is ready to go, please email your submission to cfp
[at] layerone [dot] info no later than March 15, 2008. You will
receive notice no later than April 1, 2008 to let you know if your
talk has been accepted.

As we have a single presentation track, please bear in mind that
speaking slots are limited to one hour. While presenters typically
divide the hour into separate presentation and Q&A sessions, you may
structure your time however you see fit. If you think your
presentation will run longer, or have any special requirements, please
include this information in your submission and we will do our best to
accommodate you.

Note: If the presentation is based upon code or a particular
technique, the presenter must be one of the developers of the code or
technique and be prepared to perform a demonstration.

We look forward to reviewing your submissions, and anticipate another
great line-up for this year's conference. Once again, if you have any
questions about your submission, please email cfp [at] layerone [dot]
info. Thank you for your interest, and we look forward to seeing you
there!

Sincerely,
-The LayerOne TeamLayerOne 2008 Information Technology Conference
Call for Papers

May 17 & 18, 2008
Los Angeles, California (Pasadena Hilton)
http://layerone.info/

The fifth annual LayerOne information technology conference is now
accepting submissions for topic and speaker selection. As always, we
are interested seeing a broad range of pertinent topics, and encourage
all submissions. Some of our past presentations have included:

- Hacking FedEx/Kinkos Smart Cards
- Anti-Forensics Techniques
- RFID Hacking
- Proximity Card Hacking
- Cryptographic Cracking Using FPGA Technology

We would love to see the same breadth and depth of submissions as we
have in previous years, so if you have an idea you're on the fence
about - please send it in! For a complete list of past presentations,
visit www.layerone.info.

Please be sure to include the following information in your submission:

- Presentation name
- A one-sentence synopsis of your topic
- A longer one to three paragraph synopsis or short outline of what
you plan on covering
- Names, email addresses and URLs of the presenter(s)
- A short (single-paragraph) biography of the presenter(s)

Once everything is ready to go, please email your submission to cfp
[at] layerone [dot] info no later than March 15, 2008. You will
receive notice no later than April 1, 2008 to let you know if your
talk has been accepted.

As we have a single presentation track, please bear in mind that
speaking slots are limited to one hour. While presenters typically
divide the hour into separate presentation and Q&A sessions, you may
structure your time however you see fit. If you think your
presentation will run longer, or have any special requirements, please
include this information in your submission and we will do our best to
accommodate you.

Note: If the presentation is based upon code or a particular
technique, the presenter must be one of the developers of the code or
technique and be prepared to perform a demonstration.

We look forward to reviewing your submissions, and anticipate another
great line-up for this year's conference. Once again, if you have any
questions about your submission, please email cfp [at] layerone [dot]
info. Thank you for your interest, and we look forward to seeing you
there!

Sincerely,
-The LayerOne TeamLayerOne 2008 Information Technology Conference
Call for Papers

May 17 & 18, 2008
Los Angeles, California (Pasadena Hilton)
http://layerone.info/

The fifth annual LayerOne information technology conference is now
accepting submissions for topic and speaker selection. As always, we
are interested seeing a broad range of pertinent topics, and encourage
all submissions. Some of our past presentations have included:

- Hacking FedEx/Kinkos Smart Cards
- Anti-Forensics Techniques
- RFID Hacking
- Proximity Card Hacking
- Cryptographic Cracking Using FPGA Technology

We would love to see the same breadth and depth of submissions as we
have in previous years, so if you have an idea you're on the fence
about - please send it in! For a complete list of past presentations,
visit www.layerone.info.

Please be sure to include the following information in your submission:

- Presentation name
- A one-sentence synopsis of your topic
- A longer one to three paragraph synopsis or short outline of what
you plan on covering
- Names, email addresses and URLs of the presenter(s)
- A short (single-paragraph) biography of the presenter(s)

Once everything is ready to go, please email your submission to cfp
[at] layerone [dot] info no later than March 15, 2008. You will
receive notice no later than April 1, 2008 to let you know if your
talk has been accepted.

As we have a single presentation track, please bear in mind that
speaking slots are limited to one hour. While presenters typically
divide the hour into separate presentation and Q&A sessions, you may
structure your time however you see fit. If you think your
presentation will run longer, or have any special requirements, please
include this information in your submission and we will do our best to
accommodate you.

Note: If the presentation is based upon code or a particular
technique, the presenter must be one of the developers of the code or
technique and be prepared to perform a demonstration.

We look forward to reviewing your submissions, and anticipate another
great line-up for this year's conference. Once again, if you have any
questions about your submission, please email cfp [at] layerone [dot]
info. Thank you for your interest, and we look forward to seeing you
there!

Sincerely,
-The LayerOne TeamLayerOne 2008 Information Technology Conference
Call for Papers

May 17 & 18, 2008
Los Angeles, California (Pasadena Hilton)
http://layerone.info/

The fifth annual LayerOne information technology conference is now
accepting submissions for topic and speaker selection. As always, we
are interested seeing a broad range of pertinent topics, and encourage
all submissions. Some of our past presentations have included:

- Hacking FedEx/Kinkos Smart Cards
- Anti-Forensics Techniques
- RFID Hacking
- Proximity Card Hacking
- Cryptographic Cracking Using FPGA Technology

We would love to see the same breadth and depth of submissions as we
have in previous years, so if you have an idea you're on the fence
about - please send it in! For a complete list of past presentations,
visit www.layerone.info.

Please be sure to include the following information in your submission:

- Presentation name
- A one-sentence synopsis of your topic
- A longer one to three paragraph synopsis or short outline of what
you plan on covering
- Names, email addresses and URLs of the presenter(s)
- A short (single-paragraph) biography of the presenter(s)

Once everything is ready to go, please email your submission to cfp
[at] layerone [dot] info no later than March 15, 2008. You will
receive notice no later than April 1, 2008 to let you know if your
talk has been accepted.

As we have a single presentation track, please bear in mind that
speaking slots are limited to one hour. While presenters typically
divide the hour into separate presentation and Q&A sessions, you may
structure your time however you see fit. If you think your
presentation will run longer, or have any special requirements, please
include this information in your submission and we will do our best to
accommodate you.

Note: If the presentation is based upon code or a particular
technique, the presenter must be one of the developers of the code or
technique and be prepared to perform a demonstration.

We look forward to reviewing your submissions, and anticipate another
great line-up for this year's conference. Once again, if you have any
questions about your submission, please email cfp [at] layerone [dot]
info. Thank you for your interest, and we look forward to seeing you
there!

Sincerely,
-The LayerOne TeamLayerOne 2008 Information Technology Conference
Call for Papers

May 17 & 18, 2008
Los Angeles, California (Pasadena Hilton)
http://layerone.info/

The fifth annual LayerOne information technology conference is now
accepting submissions for topic and speaker selection. As always, we
are interested seeing a broad range of pertinent topics, and encourage
all submissions. Some of our past presentations have included:

- Hacking FedEx/Kinkos Smart Cards
- Anti-Forensics Techniques
- RFID Hacking
- Proximity Card Hacking
- Cryptographic Cracking Using FPGA Technology

We would love to see the same breadth and depth of submissions as we
have in previous years, so if you have an idea you're on the fence
about - please send it in! For a complete list of past presentations,
visit www.layerone.info.

Please be sure to include the following information in your submission:

- Presentation name
- A one-sentence synopsis of your topic
- A longer one to three paragraph synopsis or short outline of what
you plan on covering
- Names, email addresses and URLs of the presenter(s)
- A short (single-paragraph) biography of the presenter(s)

Once everything is ready to go, please email your submission to cfp
[at] layerone [dot] info no later than March 15, 2008. You will
receive notice no later than April 1, 2008 to let you know if your
talk has been accepted.

As we have a single presentation track, please bear in mind that
speaking slots are limited to one hour. While presenters typically
divide the hour into separate presentation and Q&A sessions, you may
structure your time however you see fit. If you think your
presentation will run longer, or have any special requirements, please
include this information in your submission and we will do our best to
accommodate you.

Note: If the presentation is based upon code or a particular
technique, the presenter must be one of the developers of the code or
technique and be prepared to perform a demonstration.

We look forward to reviewing your submissions, and anticipate another
great line-up for this year's conference. Once again, if you have any
questions about your submission, please email cfp [at] layerone [dot]
info. Thank you for your interest, and we look forward to seeing you
there!

Sincerely,
-The LayerOne TeamLayerOne 2008 Information Technology Conference
Call for Papers

May 17 & 18, 2008
Los Angeles, California (Pasadena Hilton)
http://layerone.info/

The fifth annual LayerOne information technology conference is now
accepting submissions for topic and speaker selection. As always, we
are interested seeing a broad range of pertinent topics, and encourage
all submissions. Some of our past presentations have included:

- Hacking FedEx/Kinkos Smart Cards
- Anti-Forensics Techniques
- RFID Hacking
- Proximity Card Hacking
- Cryptographic Cracking Using FPGA Technology

We would love to see the same breadth and depth of submissions as we
have in previous years, so if you have an idea you're on the fence
about - please send it in! For a complete list of past presentations,
visit www.layerone.info.

Please be sure to include the following information in your submission:

- Presentation name
- A one-sentence synopsis of your topic
- A longer one to three paragraph synopsis or short outline of what
you plan on covering
- Names, email addresses and URLs of the presenter(s)
- A short (single-paragraph) biography of the presenter(s)

Once everything is ready to go, please email your submission to cfp
[at] layerone [dot] info no later than March 15, 2008. You will
receive notice no later than April 1, 2008 to let you know if your
talk has been accepted.

As we have a single presentation track, please bear in mind that
speaking slots are limited to one hour. While presenters typically
divide the hour into separate presentation and Q&A sessions, you may
structure your time however you see fit. If you think your
presentation will run longer, or have any special requirements, please
include this information in your submission and we will do our best to
accommodate you.

Note: If the presentation is based upon code or a particular
technique, the presenter must be one of the developers of the code or
technique and be prepared to perform a demonstration.

We look forward to reviewing your submissions, and anticipate another
great line-up for this year's conference. Once again, if you have any
questions about your submission, please email cfp [at] layerone [dot]
info. Thank you for your interest, and we look forward to seeing you
there!

Sincerely,
-The LayerOne TeamLayerOne 2008 Information Technology Conference
Call for Papers

May 17 & 18, 2008
Los Angeles, California (Pasadena Hilton)
http://layerone.info/

The fifth annual LayerOne information technology conference is now
accepting submissions for topic and speaker selection. As always, we
are interested seeing a broad range of pertinent topics, and encourage
all submissions. Some of our past presentations have included:

- Hacking FedEx/Kinkos Smart Cards
- Anti-Forensics Techniques
- RFID Hacking
- Proximity Card Hacking
- Cryptographic Cracking Using FPGA Technology

We would love to see the same breadth and depth of submissions as we
have in previous years, so if you have an idea you're on the fence
about - please send it in! For a complete list of past presentations,
visit www.layerone.info.

Please be sure to include the following information in your submission:

- Presentation name
- A one-sentence synopsis of your topic
- A longer one to three paragraph synopsis or short outline of what
you plan on covering
- Names, email addresses and URLs of the presenter(s)
- A short (single-paragraph) biography of the presenter(s)

Once everything is ready to go, please email your submission to cfp
[at] layerone [dot] info no later than March 15, 2008. You will
receive notice no later than April 1, 2008 to let you know if your
talk has been accepted.

As we have a single presentation track, please bear in mind that
speaking slots are limited to one hour. While presenters typically
divide the hour into separate presentation and Q&A sessions, you may
structure your time however you see fit. If you think your
presentation will run longer, or have any special requirements, please
include this information in your submission and we will do our best to
accommodate you.

Note: If the presentation is based upon code or a particular
technique, the presenter must be one of the developers of the code or
technique and be prepared to perform a demonstration.

We look forward to reviewing your submissions, and anticipate another
great line-up for this year's conference. Once again, if you have any
questions about your submission, please email cfp [at] layerone [dot]
info. Thank you for your interest, and we look forward to seeing you
there!

Sincerely,
-The LayerOne TeamLayerOne 2008 Information Technology Conference
Call for Papers

May 17 & 18, 2008
Los Angeles, California (Pasadena Hilton)
http://layerone.info/

The fifth annual LayerOne information technology conference is now
accepting submissions for topic and speaker selection. As always, we
are interested seeing a broad range of pertinent topics, and encourage
all submissions. Some of our past presentations have included:

- Hacking FedEx/Kinkos Smart Cards
- Anti-Forensics Techniques
- RFID Hacking
- Proximity Card Hacking
- Cryptographic Cracking Using FPGA Technology

We would love to see the same breadth and depth of submissions as we
have in previous years, so if you have an idea you're on the fence
about - please send it in! For a complete list of past presentations,
visit www.layerone.info.

Please be sure to include the following information in your submission:

- Presentation name
- A one-sentence synopsis of your topic
- A longer one to three paragraph synopsis or short outline of what
you plan on covering
- Names, email addresses and URLs of the presenter(s)
- A short (single-paragraph) biography of the presenter(s)

Once everything is ready to go, please email your submission to cfp
[at] layerone [dot] info no later than March 15, 2008. You will
receive notice no later than April 1, 2008 to let you know if your
talk has been accepted.

As we have a single presentation track, please bear in mind that
speaking slots are limited to one hour. While presenters typically
divide the hour into separate presentation and Q&A sessions, you may
structure your time however you see fit. If you think your
presentation will run longer, or have any special requirements, please
include this information in your submission and we will do our best to
accommodate you.

Note: If the presentation is based upon code or a particular
technique, the presenter must be one of the developers of the code or
technique and be prepared to perform a demonstration.

We look forward to reviewing your submissions, and anticipate another
great line-up for this year's conference. Once again, if you have any
questions about your submission, please email cfp [at] layerone [dot]
info. Thank you for your interest, and we look forward to seeing you
there!

Sincerely,
-The LayerOne TeamLayerOne 2008 Information Technology Conference
Call for Papers

May 17 & 18, 2008
Los Angeles, California (Pasadena Hilton)
http://layerone.info/

The fifth annual LayerOne information technology conference is now
accepting submissions for topic and speaker selection. As always, we
are interested seeing a broad range of pertinent topics, and encourage
all submissions. Some of our past presentations have included:

- Hacking FedEx/Kinkos Smart Cards
- Anti-Forensics Techniques
- RFID Hacking
- Proximity Card Hacking
- Cryptographic Cracking Using FPGA Technology

We would love to see the same breadth and depth of submissions as we
have in previous years, so if you have an idea you're on the fence
about - please send it in! For a complete list of past presentations,
visit www.layerone.info.

Please be sure to include the following information in your submission:

- Presentation name
- A one-sentence synopsis of your topic
- A longer one to three paragraph synopsis or short outline of what
you plan on covering
- Names, email addresses and URLs of the presenter(s)
- A short (single-paragraph) biography of the presenter(s)

Once everything is ready to go, please email your submission to cfp
[at] layerone [dot] info no later than March 15, 2008. You will
receive notice no later than April 1, 2008 to let you know if your
talk has been accepted.

As we have a single presentation track, please bear in mind that
speaking slots are limited to one hour. While presenters typically
divide the hour into separate presentation and Q&A sessions, you may
structure your time however you see fit. If you think your
presentation will run longer, or have any special requirements, please
include this information in your submission and we will do our best to
accommodate you.

Note: If the presentation is based upon code or a particular
technique, the presenter must be one of the developers of the code or
technique and be prepared to perform a demonstration.

We look forward to reviewing your submissions, and anticipate another
great line-up for this year's conference. Once again, if you have any
questions about your submission, please email cfp [at] layerone [dot]
info. Thank you for your interest, and we look forward to seeing you
there!

Sincerely,
-The LayerOne Team





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