Speaking proposals are now being accepted for the 2016 CyberMaryland Conference, held October 20 – 21 at the Hilton (Camden Yards) in Baltimore, Maryland.
The CyberMaryland Conference seeks leadership presenters with new ideas in the areas of cyber risk, education and workforce development, innovation and technology, information sharing and community development, threat intelligence, insider threats, government cyber opportunities and hacker adaptability. Case studies in cyber product integration, social applications, digital health and wireless technology security, big data analytics and intrusion software are highly valued. In addition to topics related to intrusion software, trends in anti-malware software and new data protection applications are sought.
The deadline for speaking proposals is June 15. Full information on CyberMaryland Conference programs along with instructions on how to submit speaking proposals is available here.
For more information about speaking opportunities contact Michelle D. Jackson at email@example.com.
Launched in 2011, The CyberMaryland Conference is driven by a public- private partnership guided by The Federal Business Council, Inc. and a volunteer industry advisory board consisting of business leaders,top educators, and public sector representatives. Timely and informative, this issue- driven event provides an annual forum to unite private sector businesses, federal, state and local government and academia. With more than 1,000 attendees and 100+ exhibitors, the Conference is supported and funded by over 100 private companies, educational institutions and government organizations. For more information, please visit www.thecybermarylandconference.com, call (800) 878-2940 FREE x283 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Federal Business Council, Inc. (FBC www.fbcinc.com) has produced the CyberMaryland Conference from its inception, providing capital, personnel and expertise to launch and grow the program. Now in its’ 5th year, the Conference addresses the security challenges facing our nation’s digital infrastructure, reinforces Maryland’s position as the epicenter of cybersecurity, and help fulfill Maryland’s responsibility to support America’s cybersecurity mission while maximizing the benefits to and opportunities for Maryland.