Tuesday, May 31, 2016

Call For Speakers – OPEN for the 3rd Annual Joint Cyber Security Conference on October 5th 2016.

Call For Speakers – OPEN

You are invited to the Capital of the World, New York City for the 3rd Annual Joint Cyber Security Conference on October 5th 2016.  The event will be feature internationally recognized  presentations delivered by security researchers, industry leaders and officials.


Call for Papers opens: April 15th 2016  | Call for Papers closes: June 15 , 2016 | Notification to Authors: by end of June, 2016
Terms are subject to change. 

The event review board is comprised of 10 of the NYC Metro’s most credible and distinguished security professionals and thought leaders throughout various areas of the information security community. The Review Board advises the conference on its strategic direction, reviewing, and programming conference content and providing unparalleled insight into the research community.

The talks will be reviewed using a basic point system, each reviewer will be responsible for scoring the talk submission and picking the best candidates for limited spots.

·        1-10 Points – Creative Title

·        1-10 Points – Clear and detailed learning abstract/objectives/sources

·        1-10 Points – NYMJCSC Association Topic

·        1-10 Points – NCSAM Topic

* Speakers will be picked on these criteria regardless of sponsorship if applicable.




1.     The original author(s) of a presentation must submit for the Call for Presentation. Third parties such as PR firms or speaker representatives may not submit materials on behalf of a potential speaker or speaking team.

2.     New York Metro Joint Cyber Security Conference (NYMJCSC) does not accept product or vendor-related pitches. .

3.     Each submission must be completed in its entirety the first time.

4.     New York Metro Joint Cyber Security Conference (NYMJCSC) selection process is very competitive. Members of the NYMJCSC Review Board score each submission as a group.  Submissions should clearly detail the concepts, ideas, findings, and solutions a researcher or speaking team plans to present.

5.     Submissions that highlight new research, tools, vulnerabilities, etc. are highly recommended and will be given priority.

6.     Submissions that include Handouts and Live Demos will also be given priority.

7.     Speakers may submit more than one proposal but each proposal must be submitted via a separate submission form.

8.     Each submission must include detailed bibliographies acknowledging prior work in the space, distinguishing or highlighting how your presentation is different.

9.     Individuals submitting a proposal will receive a “Your submission for New York Metro Joint Cyber Security Conference 2016 has been received”. After selections have been completed, all submitters will receive an email confirmation of acceptance or rejection.

10. Speakers will be contacted directly if Review Board members have any questions about a submission.