Become a Speaker

For the upcoming DevSecCon events we are looking for proposals on DevSecOps and continuously secure delivery from both new and seasoned speakers. If you have a story, experience, or new tools to share which centre on continuously secure DevSecOps, we’d love to hear from you.

Call for proposals

Key dates

  DevSecCon Conference dates Call for proposals
  Singapore 28 Feb – 01 Mar 2019 Closed
  Seattle 16-17 Sept 2019 Closed
  London 14-15 Nov 2019 Closed


              2020 Dates Announced Soon!

We are looking for proposals in the following areas:

  • DevSecOps, DevOps and Security experiences: the good, the bad and the ugly
  • Cultural changes in organisations: ways to challenge the status quo and implement a new approach to secure development and delivery
  • Applying DevSecOps and continuously secure delivery in an organisation:
    • Development – e.g. how to integrate security in your development without impact
    • Testing – e.g. how to integrate security testing into a frequent release cycle
    • Public and private cloud – e.g. automating security using cloud services
    • Operations – e.g. how to introduce business-focussed monitoring
    • Security – e.g. how to benefit from continuous monitoring to reduce residual risk
    • DevSecOps – e.g. how to automate operational integrated security assurance

Session formats

You can submit proposals for one of the following:

  • Talks (35-45 mins) – Presentation with time for questions or a brief discussion
  • Workshops (1-4 hrs) – Presentation, technical demonstration or discussion, all with an interactive element for participants

We welcome any feedback on our submission process and stay at your disposal for any queries, contact us on

FAQ: Speaking at DevSecCon

What do you pay speakers?

DevSecCon does not pay speakers. In specific cases we might be able to help with travel expenses but most of our speakers cover their own cost and make their own travel arrangements. Other benefits include pre-conference coaching, special speaker get-togethers for networking, conference goodie bag and the possibility to stay for the whole conference (for free of course) to soak up the other sessions and connect with attendees. We are committed to creating an experience that’s fulfilling and beneficial on all sides.

Do I pick the time and location for my speaking session or will it be assigned to me?

The DevSecCon organisers will assign you a time, date and location for your session and will notify you once all assignments have been determined. But if you have a special preference for the timing of your sessions you can let us know and we will do our best to accommodate.

Is there a guarantee on how many people will attend my session?

DevSecCon cannot guarantee a specific number of attendees. You can help increase attendance by promoting your session to your network using emails, tweets, and other social media channels.

When should the speaker arrive at the presentation room?

We recommend that the speaker arrives at the conference venue at least 1-2 hours before the assigned speaking slots and makes him or herself know to the conference organisers. Speakers should arrive in the presentation room 15-30 minutes early to set up the presentation and ensure the room is set as required.

Code of conduct

All speakers must adhere to the DevSecCon code of conduct.

DevSecCon is dedicated to providing a harassment-free conference experience for everyone regardless of gender, sexual orientation, disability, physical appearance, body size, race, or religion. We do not tolerate harassment in any form. Sexual language and imagery is not appropriate for any conference venue, including talks. Conference participants violating these rules may be sanctioned or expelled from the conference without a refund at the discretion of the conference organisers.

Any form of written, social media, or verbal communication that can be offensive or harassing to any attendee, speaker or staff is not allowed at DevSecCon. Please inform a DevSecCon staff member if you feel a violation has taken place and the management team will address the situation. Conference staff can be identified by t-shirts and/or special badges. Participants asked to stop any harassing behaviour are expected to comply immediately. We expect participants to follow these rules at all conference venues and conference-related social events.

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