InfoSec World is the “business of security” conference. To manage today’s threats, security practitioners—from entry-level admins to senior leadership—must have the skills to be both a business partner and business enabler as well as the technical skills to prevent, detect, and respond to security challenges.
For our 2019 event, we are looking for presenters and facilitators to cover topics addressing these themes:
- Information Protection
- Management & Strategies
- Disruptive Technologies (IoT, AI, Blockchain, etc.)
- Hackers & Threats
- Governance, Risk & Compliance
- Infrastructure & Operations
- Hiring & Employee Retention
Alternative session formats such as facilitating a Security Roundtable or Tech Labs are available. To submit a Tech Lab, please visit our information page.
The InfoSec World 2019 Call for Presenters dates:
Opens: August 1, 2018
Closes: September 7, 2018
Notification to all submitters: mid-October
Important information regarding your submission:
- All talks must be 100% vendor neutral.
- No proposal from a vendor organization related to its products or services will be considered.
- Talks submitted by PR/marketing firms on behalf of a proposed speaker must include the speaker’s contact information.
- Submissions excluding this information will be considered incomplete.
- Incomplete submissions will not be considered.
- Talks that include new research, demonstrations, case studies, real-life stories, and actionable recommendations will be given priority.
- We encourage “out of the box” ideas. Push boundaries. Make the audience think. Don’t strive to present something that’s been presented before.
- Panel discussions will be considered for the 50 minute talk category; all panelists must be included in the submission.
- All accepted speakers will receive a full main conference pass plus 2 complimentary passes for colleagues.
InfoSec World attendees are knowledgeable security practitioners with 10+ years of experience. As you put together your submission, please keep the attendee profile in mind. The most successful ISW talks provide actionable advice, real-world guidance, demonstrations and “how to,” and new ideas that help security practitioners become better business partners who enable their organizations.