What is Positive Hack Days?

Check out our previous events. Positive Hack Day is a professional festival that gathers cybersecurity experts and ethical hackers from around the world.

Where will the event take place?

Luzhniki sports complex, ulitsa Luzhniki 24/1, Moscow, Russia. VIEW THE MAP

Where can I find the event program?

The program will be available at phdays.com in the Program section closer to the event.

Will there be parking?

You can leave your car in the paid parking lot.


Where can I buy a ticket?

What can I see and visit if I have a ticket?

You can attend talks, technical tracks, and presentations of experts in the private area of the cyberfestival.

Can I visit the event without buying a ticket?

You can visit the free area of the cyberfestival, which will have activities for guests of all ages.

How many days will the ticket be valid?

A ticket is valid for all days of the event.

Do I have to bring ID?

Yes, you must show valid ID to obtain a badge to access the private area of the venue.

I have a ticket but won't be able to come, can I get my money back?

Unfortunately, tickets are not refundable, but you can give your ticket to a friend to attend the country's most famous cyberfestival.

Can I get my badge for the private area of the venue in advance?

We will try to issue guest badges in advance. There will be additional information on this topic.

I lost my badge but would like to attend one more day of the festival, what should I do?

You can get another badge at the front desk.

Call for Papers

Who can apply?

Anyone can apply as a speaker but only personally, not through PR representatives or other mediators. You may submit several applications on different topics.

How do I apply?

To submit an application, click "Become a PHDays speaker" at the top of this page and provide the following information about yourself:

  • First and last name
  • City and country
  • Company name and job title
  • A few words about yourself, your job experience and achievements, and the topic of your talk

You can also attach an abstract of your talk, a presentation, illustrations, utilities, and any other materials that will help us to understand the contents and relevance of your talk better.

Please also provide the following (if applicable):

  • If your research has been published, include a link to the publication.
  • If other authors have publications on a similar topic, add links to them and tell us how your view on the issue is different from theirs.
  • Let us know if you don't want the whole text of your research to be disclosed.

What should not be in the talk?

We care about the quality of the content at the PHDays festival and want it to be as useful and interesting for the audience as possible. For this reason, talks must not include:

  • Product placement and vendor advertisements
  • Use of copied materials without a copyright disclaimer
  • Unverified or falsified data

When will my application be reviewed?

We are accepting applications until April 1, 2024, and will announce the list of speakers on April 15.