As the co-chair of this event I am letting you all know you have the opportunity to propose a topic to present at this event.
You are invited to the Capital of the World, New York City for the 4rd Annual Joint Cyber Security Conference on October 5th 2017. The event will be feature internationally recognized presentations delivered by security researchers, industry leaders and officials in Time Square!
October 5th, 2017 in New York City for the 4th Annual Joint Cyber
Security Conference. This is an
excellent opportunity to take advantage of unparalleled networking
opportunities with other information security professionals, industry experts,
and thought leaders from around the world, and get the exposure and recognition
proposal by 11:59 pm on August 7th, 2017 EDT.
to have real conversations about security: security analysts, engineers, and
administrators, developers, testers, results-focused QA researchers of all
kinds, chief security officers, leaders in risk and audit, and security data
scientists. If you’re on the front lines of defense with stories of great
success and worthy failure, especially if they provide clear ideas for what to
do next, let us hear from you. And while people need a sense of what’s
possible, bring concrete technical solutions above all else.
affiliations will not be considered by the program committee during the first
round of review.
Submission Process & Requirements
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
New York Metro Joint Cyber Security Conference
(NYMJCSC) does not accept product or vendor-related pitches. .
Each submission must be completed in its
entirety the first time.
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.
Submissions that highlight new research, tools,
vulnerabilities, etc. are highly recommended and will be given priority.
Submissions that include Handouts and Live Demos
will also be given priority.
Speakers may submit more than one proposal but
each proposal must be submitted via a separate submission form.
Each submission must include detailed
bibliographies acknowledging prior work in the space, distinguishing or
highlighting how your presentation is different.
Individuals submitting a proposal will receive a
“Your submission for New York Metro Joint Cyber Security Conference 2017 has
been received”. After selections have been completed, all submitters will
receive an email confirmation of acceptance or rejection.
Speakers will be contacted directly if Review
Board members have any questions about a submission.
Review Board & Content Selection
volunteers in 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 attendees.
system, each reviewer will be responsible for scoring the talk submission and
picking the best candidates for limited spots.
1-3 Points – Creative and catchy title
1-3 Points – Clear and detailed learning
abstract/objectives/sources. This will be used by the speaker selection
committee and viewed by the attendee as to why to attend this talk, the more
complete the better.
1-3 Points – NYMJCSC Association Topic (Core
body of work/project from a member association)
regardless of sponsorship if applicable
your proposal. Proposed title
Description of the presentation
Suggested main topic
is the presentation is for?
will they be able to take away?
prerequisite knowledge do they need?
For tutorial proposals: hardware installation,
materials, and/or downloads attendees will need in advance
Speaker(s): biography and hi-res headshot
(minimum 1400 pixels wide; required)
Tips for Submitting a Successful Proposal
for this conference. Please keep in mind that this event is by and for
professionals. All presentations and supporting materials must be respectful,
inclusive, and adhere to our Code of Conduct.
Give your proposal a simple and straightforward
Include as much detail about the presentation as
Keep proposals free of marketing and sales,
including buzzword-heavy jargon and FUD
Keep the audience in mind: they’re professional,
and already pretty smart.
Explain why people will want to attend and what
they’ll take away from it.
Pick the right topic for your talk to be sure it
gets in front of the right program committee members.
Be authentic. Your peers need original ideas in
real-world scenarios, relevant examples, and knowledge transfer.