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Triangle InfoSeCon

October 27, 2017

Our Thirteenth Annual Triangle InfoSeCon will be held at the Raleigh Convention Center in Downtown Raleigh, North Carolina from 8:00 AM through 6:00 PM on October 27, 2017.

The planning committee of the 13th Raleigh ISSA Conference, Triangle InfoSeCon 2017, invites presentations on variety of security related topics that will increase awareness, educate, and motivate an audience of experienced information security professionals from a variety of industries, including executives responsible for regulatory compliance and security, information security professionals, software developers, and anyone who wants to know more about information security.

The Triangle InfoSeCon planning committee is calling for presentations without specifying the tracks in advance. The committee will formulate the tracks after evaluating the submissions. Nevertheless, here are some of topics or areas (not exhaustive nor in any particular order) the presentations may address:
• Cloud Security
• Application Security
• Infrastructure Security
• Virtualization Security
• Security Intelligence
• Data Loss Prevention and Data Protection
• Pen Testing and Ethical Hacking
• Vulnerability Assessment / Management
• Network Security
• Physical Security
• Threats & Response
• Laws and Regulations
• End User Security
• Endpoint Security
• Insider Threat
• Mobile Security
• Information Security Professional Career Development

The presentation sessions are 45 to 60 minutes long (Still finalizing).

New deadline for Speaker submissions is August 1, 2017.
Presentation decisions will be sent out by August 22, 2017.
If accepted, you will be required provide a .pdf copy of your presentation by October 1st, 2017 (Without Exception)