Call For Papers Is Open!

A conference is only as good as the information attendees receive from it. ShowMeCon’s goal is to provide high-quality, relevant information to each and every attendee. With that in mind, ShowMeCon is looking for speakers for this year’s ShowMeCon.

First round submissions are due by 12/15/2023


A successful talk at ShowMeCon will provide our attendees with interesting information that will help them in their careers. This is a cybersecurity conference. We welcome talks in the following categories; Red Team, Blue Team, DFIR, Policy. Solution providers are welcome to submit talks however sales pitches are NOT welcome.

Sample Topics include:

  • Network Security
  • Web Applications
  • Social Engineering
  • Policy
  • Incident Response
  • Digital Forensics

The best topics are relevant to attendee’s career responsibilities. We do not require first time talks or discussions of 0 days. Instead we would like interesting topics. Our selection is based on your topic description, the more detailed and descriptive the better.

Most important, ShowMeCon prefers speakers who will participate in the conference. Feedback from our past attendees indicated some of the best information they received was when they were able to talk to the speakers outside of their official talks.

Speaker Benefits

ShowMeCon’s organizers have spoken at conferences globally. As speakers we have been treated like a rockstar and we’ve also been treated like the sideshow attraction. At ShowMeCon we treat our speakers like we want to be treated – Experts in our field who have taken time out of our lives to help create a successful event.

  • Airfare / Hotel covered for duration of conference (not applicable to local speakers)
  • Access to all aspects of the conference as well as all after hour events and parties
  • Invitation to the VIP/Speakers event
  • Media opportunities


Talks should be no longer than 50 minutes (including Q&A). Please fill out the form below to submit your talk proposal. Submissions are due December 15th 2023.


Talks are selected by a committee using only the topic description. The preliminary selections then have their bio scrutinized to ensure the speaker is qualified to discuss the topic. Ensure that your bio shows your relevant experience.