Call for Speakers
Are you interested in participating as a presenter/speaker in June at SC Congress Toronto? After four successful years of SC Congress Toronto, which followed six years of our first-class SC Congress in New York (www.sccongress.com), the 2015 SC Congress Toronto will again feature cutting-edge sessions and dialogue coming from Canada's top industry professionals - with an audience consisting of up to 1,000 primarily senior information security and technology professionals in both the public and private sectors.
This is an unprecedented opportunity to be a key part of one of North America's most important cybersecurity events.
We love new ideas, or even new ways at looking at old ideas, but what we are not interested in are submissions proselytizing your company, product or service. It is also worth noting that we have a finite number of sessions, so willingness to be part of a panel and/or suggestions for the creation of panels greatly improve one's likelihood of being chosen.
Keep in mind we want practical solutions, advice and suggestions that participants can take back and put to work inside their businesses immediately. Only submissions that meet this mission will be considered. Please also be advised that we will not consider standalone vendor sessions for this or any Congress program. If you are a vendor sending in papers, think of a customer, a vendor-neutral analyst or another kind of vendor-neutral practitioner to be a part of your recommended session. This kind of thinking makes for great content.
Submission deadline is March 15, 2015.
As well, please take care to fill out all fields in your submission. Thank you for your interest in SC Congress Toronto.
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