Share Your Ideas, Knowledge and Experience!

Are you interested in sharing your knowledge with an audience of experienced information security professionals from a variety of industries? GR-ISSA is always looking for subject matter experts that can present at our monthly events (3rd Friday of every month).

Topics:

Presentations can address any issue that infosec professionals face for example – business skills, technical updates, legal knowledge.

– Mobile Security: Wireless, Mobile Apps, Cloud Security, Tablets and Smartphones

– Securing the End Users: Security Awareness Training, Social Media, Access Control

– Application Security: Application Security, Security Development Lifecycle

– Infrastructure: Endpoint Security, Network Security, Data Loss Prevention, Pen/Vulnerability Testing, Security Intelligence, Data Protection, Architecture

– Incident Response: Updates, Forensics, Law Enforcement, eDiscovery, Threat Intelligence

– Laws and Regulations: Legal Updates, GRC, Standards, Privacy Regulations, Digital Supply Chain

– Business Skills for the Information Security Professional: Presenting the Business Case for Information Security, Presentation Skills, Negotiation Skills, Communication Skills

– Career Development for the Information Security Professional: Career Paths for Information Security Professionals, Leadership Development, Personal and Professional Growth and Development

Audience: 

The audience comprises of knowledgeable information security practitioners with different level of experiences. Job functions and interests range from technical to management.

Presentation Length: 

3:00 pm – 4:30 pm EST (1 hour 30 minutes).

Guidelines: 

Thank you for your willingness to present at our monthly event, we will follow-up by email with confirmation if your availability and topic meets our needs. The following are some guidelines to be aware of when submitting your information for consideration:

– Case studies, interactive sessions and advanced level presentations for experienced professionals are strongly encouraged.

– Information submitted such as biography, abstract etc will be published online and may be edited to conform to GR-ISSA style guide.

– Projectors will be available, please be prepared to use your own laptop.

– All presentations must be educational in nature and may not promote any company, product or service.

– Speaking at an GR-ISSA event is a volunteer opportunity. Compensation for speaking fees and travel is not provided. Speakers will have an opportunity to network and support the information security community in Grand Rapids MI.

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