Call For Papers: Threat Modeling Conference 2023

  • 1 June 2023
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We are excited to announce the inaugural Threat Modeling Conference (ThreatModCon), an event for application security professionals, researchers, developers, architects, testers, and practitioners to discuss and share their knowledge on threat modeling techniques, methodologies, tools, and best practices. We invite the submission of original and innovative research, case studies, and practical experiences.


Conference Dates: Sunday, October 29th, 2023

Location: Marriott Marquis, Washington DC


The theme of the inaugural event is "Threat Modeling is for Everyone". 


The conference welcomes contributions from a wide range of topics related to threat modeling, including but not limited to:


1. Threat modeling methodologies and frameworks

2. Threat modeling techniques and tools (OSS)

3. Uses of machine learning and AI for threat modeling

4. Security design patterns

5. Privacy and data protection considerations in threat modeling

6. Risk analysis, prioritization, and management

9. Training and awareness for threat modeling

10. Case studies, best practices, and lessons learned

11. The role of standards, guidelines, and regulations in threat modeling

12. Integration of threat modeling into DevSecOps and Agile development


Speaking slots are set for 30 minutes (recommended: plan for 20-25 minutes of presentation with additional time for Q&A).


Authors are invited to submit original, unpublished material in English. Submissions should be made through the conference's submission system:  HERE


Important Dates:

  • Abstract submission deadline: July 15th, 2023
  • Notification of acceptance/rejection: August 1st, 2023
  • Full paper submission deadline: August 30th, 2023
  • Conference dates: October 29th, 2023

All submissions will be reviewed by the conference's program committee, composed of experts in the field. The review process will assess the submissions' relevance, originality, technical quality, applicability, and clarity. If necessary, mentorship opportunities will be offered to help elevate promising submissions.


All presenters must register for the conference. Registration details, including fees and deadlines, will be available on the conference website. Authors whose submissions are selected will receive complimentary access to the Conference.


The Program Committee will be the final decider of acceptance or not. Feedback to submissions not accepted will be given on a case-by-case basis, upon request by the author, at the discretion of the Committee. The number of speaking slots is very limited so we will be looking for complete high-quality submissions within the guidelines provided above.


For any inquiries regarding the submission process, conference program, or general information, please contact the conference organizers at


We look forward to receiving your contributions and meeting you at the Threat Modeling Con 2023!


6 replies


Do we have a website for this one already ?

Hey @amitsharma2009 - we are hoping to get this launched this week for a ‘Save The Date’ post and also links to EventBright page for registration.  Will be back to you asap :-)


Is the deadline end of day of July 15th?

John T

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Hello @amitsharma2009, @jt.infosec! Hope you both got to submit your talks on time. Looking forward to seeing you in DC in October 😊

Hello, just I came to know about this conference. Is there any extension on the submission dates?

Thanks, MK

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Hello, just I came to know about this conference. Is there any extension on the submission dates?

Thanks, MK

Hi @mohkharma - Thank you for your interest in submitting a talk! I’m sorry but the CfP of this year’s conference was closed last month. We’re excited to hear from you next year! 😊

In fact, the ThreatModCon 2023 program just went live: Check it out and I hope to see you in DC this October!