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 IIA and ISACA are seeking presenters for the 5th Annual IT Hacking & Cybersecurity conference

We expect this year’s conference to draw 300 Security, Audit, and Risk professionals to an expanded venue with increased opportunities for networking.
**There is no fee to present**
 
Call for proposals (CFP) deadline:  July 13, 2018
Speaker Notification: July 31, 2018
 
Speaker slots are 50 minutes long. You may submit multiple proposals. Proposals should include:
• A presentation abstract (fewer than 200 words),
• A speaker bio (fewer than 150 words), and
• An indication of the target track (Technical or Management/Audit).
Proposals should be sent to jason_torres@rush.edu no later than July 13th
 
Below are example topics for Technical and Management/Audit tracks:
 
Track 1 – Technical
• Attack/Defense Demos (NSA Toolkit)
• Hands-On Penetration Tester Tools Demos
• Information Security Research
• New and Emerging Threat Vector Breakdowns
• Real-Life Experiences and Lessons Learned
 
Track 2 – Management and Audit
• Information Security Concerns of the Board
• Lessons Learned for Management
• Communicating Cybersecurity ROI
• Cybersecurity Metrics
• Best Practices in Information Security Governance
• Three Lines of Defense as Applied to Cybersecurity Risks
 
Examples of accepted talks from prior conferences can be found in the brochures for our past two years:
 
2016 Conference Agenda and Talks                                   2017 Conference Agenda and Talks
 
In order to keep the costs of this event low for our members, we regret that we cannot compensate speakers or reimburse you for travel, lodging, or other expenses. All speakers will receive complimentary registration to the full conference, including a networking reception with conference attendees at the end of Day 1.
 
If you have any questions about the event, please reach out to the event organizers:
Corbin Del Carlo – Discover (corbindelcarlo@discover.com
Jason Torres – Rush University Medical Center (Jason_Torres@rush.edu)