The WiCyS conference program showcases the power of diversity, where a wide range of capable voices are seen, heard and celebrated. The Technical Conference is an inclusive space for women to gain professional development opportunities to pave the way for career advancement.
October 11, 2022
Women in CyberSecurity (WiCyS) is planning its next technical conference March 16-18 in Denver, Colorado, and looking for participants to present and share their knowledge.
At its annual conference, WiCyS has contributors showcasing their expertise, skills, and talents on the global stage to encourage more women to join or advance in the field of cybersecurity.
Individuals, organizations and businesses can submit multiple proposals in any of these streams: Today’s Technology and Challenges, Looking Ahead, Best Practices and Career Development. These sessions could be student research posters, technical presentations, workshops, Birds-of-a-Feather (informal discussions), lightning talks, or panels.
“The WiCyS conference program showcases the power of diversity, where a wide range of capable voices are seen, heard and celebrated. The technical conference is an inclusive space for women to gain professional development opportunities to open the path to career advancement. The 2023 program will undoubtedly highlight the thoughts, experiences and accomplishments of outstanding female professionals who contribute to a strong and diverse cybersecurity workforce,” said Dr. Ambareen Siraj, chair of the WiCyS program.
Each accepted proposal will receive a free entry. One student per research poster will receive a scholarship to attend. Anyone new to submitting a presentation or looking for advice can work with WiCyS mentors. To request a mentorship session, email [email protected]
Submissions are due October 31. Student research posters are due December 12. Accepted proposals will be notified on November 28. For more information, visit http://www.wicys.org/events/wicys-2023/callforparticipation/.
Women in CyberSecurity (WiCyS) is an international non-profit organization dedicated to the recruitment, retention and advancement of women in cybersecurity. WiCyS was founded by Dr. Ambareen Siraj in 2013 through a National Science Foundation grant to Tennessee Tech University. In less than 10 years, it has grown into an organization (est. in 2017) representing a leading alliance of pioneers from academia, government and industry. WiCyS offers opportunities, training, events and resources to its members. Strategic partners include Tier 1: Amazon Web Services, Battelle, Bloomberg, Carnegie Mellon University – Software Engineering Institute, Cisco, Fortinet, Google, Intel, Lockheed Martin, Meta, Microsoft, Optum, Sandia National Laboratories, SentinelOne. Level 2: AbbVie, Aristocrat, Dell Technologies, JPMorgan Chase & Co., LinkedIn, McKesson, Navy Federal Credit Union, Nike, Wayfair, Workday. To become a partner, visit http://www.wicys.org/support/strategic-partnerships/.
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