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Put your thinking caps on, RSA this week opened up a call for papers for the RSA Europe Conference. More than 1,000 attendees are expected to descend upon Austria's Vienna Centre from 17-19 October to hear about the latest advances in information security.

Interested parties are invited to submit speaking proposals. If you think you've got the right stuff to stand among the world's top security, cryptography and electronic commerce experts and present to IT professionals, business people, government officials and policy makers then there's not a moment to lose. No really. The deadline for submission is Tuesday 15 March. As a speaker, you will receive a complimentary Full Conference pass and an invitation to an exclusive speakers' dinner - both excellent networking opportunities.

Themes of the conference will include areas such as applied security, perimeter defence, the business of security, professional development, hackers & threats, regulation and compliance, identity & access management and secure web services. Track descriptions, submission requirements and tips for proposals can be found here.

Need inspiration? Then check out this archive (registration required) of presentations from last month's RSA Conference in San Francisco. ®

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