Presentations will be reviewed through a voting process by the Red Team Offense Village CFP Review Board. Submissions are rated on a one to ten scale by each of the reviewers in four areas, and the resulting scores are added up. Those submissions with the highest scores are considered first. The majority of finalized briefings will require a live video interview, via WebEx prior to any final acceptance. In the case of topic overlap a lesser scoring submission may be selected to keep variety and diversity in the program. As the complexity and specialization of submissions grow more reviewers are added to the process.
If your briefing does not meet all four selection criteria listed below it will be automatically rejected:
- Technical Depth
- Technical Breath
- Technical Accuracy
People submitting a briefing proposal will receive an email notification that the Red Team Offense Village review team has received the proposal generally within 30 days of receipt of the submission. Once the review and selection process has been completed you will receive an email confirmation of acceptance or rejection.
All presentations must be vendor neutral (no sales pitches for services or products are permitted). All sources of information, software, etc. should be properly cited.