Call for Speakers

Special Note to Interested Speakers

If you have a unique solution, discovery or research findings that would be of value to ICSIC2019 attendees, this is an opportunity to let the world know about it. Interested and qualified speakers are invited to submit their presentations to be considered as a speaker for the 2019 International Cybersecurity and Intelligence Conference. The targets for this conference include, Executives, Vendors, Business Owners, Government officials, Researchers, Diplomats, Top Security Managers, Programmers, Security Professionals, Academics and students. Submissions are expected from the following streams:

  • Denial of Service (DDoS) attacks in smart devices
  • Ransomware
  • Privacy and Intrusion
  • Keeping the Integrity of Democracy: Electronic Voting System
  • Industroyer: Attack on Industrial Control System
  • Backdoor attack to Enterprise Applications
  • Cyber Liability and Enterprise Risk Management
  • E-commerce and growing vulnerabilities
  • Strategic Use of Information Operations
  • Cloud security
  • Curbing the growth of Crime as a Service (CaaS)
  • Secure by Design: Evolving IoT ecosystem
  • Adapting CISO role from incident-driven to anticipatory
  • Cyber-inclusion: creating a more inclusive digital world
  • Gathering intelligence on foreign-launched cyber-attacks
  • Threat Analysis and Investigative techniques in the modern world
  • Foiling coordinated attacks against Nations
  • Reverse Deception Tactics

Have you got a topic you consider might be valuable to our attendees? Please do not hesitate to submit your proposal via the same channel listed below.

Panel Discussions

Interested and qualified experts are invited to submit proposals directly to on topics covering the following:

  • Cybersecurity risk assessment, analysis and mitigation
  • IoT security
  • Ransomware as the next generation of malware
  • Hidden costs of cyber attacks
  • Women in Cybersecurity: breaking beyond barrier
  • Cybersecurity in 2020
  • Moving from professional designation to academic discipline – Should Cybersecurity be offered as an Undergrad or Graduate program?

Critical Dates: Speakers

  • Deadline for Paper submission: February, 14, 2019
  • Shortlist of selected papers: March 5, 2019
  • Notify the selected speakers: March 15, 2019

Critical Dates: Panel Discussion

  • Deadline to apply as a panel discussion speaker: January 31, 2019
  • Shortlist selected panel discussion participants: February 28, 2019
  • Notify selected panel speakers: March 5, 2019

Proposal Submission