On February 3, (ISC)2 announced that it opened the call for speakers for its 2020 Security Congress in Orlando, FL, running from November 16-18.
Speaker applicants can either submit for an individual presentation or panel presentation before the March 22 submission deadline. All submissions require a five-step process, which must be fully completed in order to be considered. Proposals must be non‐sales and non‐marketing oriented and no fees are required to submit.
All applications must include a title, a proposal abstract (with a limit of 125 words) and three learning objectives to impart to attendees. As a reminder, (ISC)2 is looking for presentation abstracts on the following subject areas:
- Application Security / Software Assurance
- Cloud Security
- Critical Thinking
- Cutting Edge
- Cyber Crime
- First Stage – A Track for New Presenters
- Governance, Risk & Compliance
- Healthcare Security
- Human Factors
- ICS / Critical Infrastructure
- Identity / Authentication / Access Management
- Incident Response
- Internet of Things (IoT)
- Investigations / Forensics
- Mobile Security
- Professional Development
- Security Automation
- Security Architecture / Engineering
- Small / Medium-sized Business Security
If you’re a cybersecurity expert that wants to share your knowledge with 3000 expected attendees at one of the industry’s most in-demand conferences, please make sure to submit your abstract before March 22. Speakers who are selected will receive an All-Access Pass to attend all sessions at Security Congress, as well as earn CPEs for their time speaking.
We look forward to hearing from you!