Actively Participate in WiCyS 2018 Program

Call for Participation

Submissions in all categories are now open throughout November 1st. Acceptance notifications will be sent December 1st.

Submit proposals HERE

You will need to create an Easy Chair account, if you do not have one already. Only Abstracts need to be submitted. It must not be longer than one page. Accepted submissions must be presented by at least one author. Abstracts will be published in the conference program.

The resume submission link will be available later this year.

WiCyS 2018 will offer multiple free of cost workshops for attendees. More information will be posted later.

Submission of proposals for participation are in the following session categories. Submission topics can be related to career, graduate school, research, or education in the field of Cybersecurity. One can submit in more than one category.

Presentations If you have been involved in a research or educational project, internship, co-op, service-learning project, or other interesting experience related to cybersecurity, this is an opportunity to share that experience with others and perhaps inspire them to pursue similar opportunities.
Workshops If you are interested to offer free workshop (technical/professional) on any topic related to cybersecurity/career in general, then consider submitting a proposal for workshop sessions. The audience would be either students/educators/professionals/researchers.
Birds-of-a-Feather (BOF) Sessions If you would be interested in leading an informal discussion session on just about any topic related to cybersecurity, then consider offering a BOF session. These sessions can be a great way to share ideas and be introduced to current issues or trends in this area.
Lightning Talks These 5 minute talks are a fun way to relate an interesting experience or project in cybersecurity with a less technical approach than a full presentation. If you have something you can share, consider a lightning talk.
Panels Panels provide opportunities to discuss a current relevant topic in Cybersecurity. Panel organizers are responsible for selecting appropriate panelists to participate. Aside from moderator, there can be up to 4 panelists. Submit all names and their affiliation info along with abstract.
Posters Have you worked on an interesting project related to cybersecurity at school? It’s easy to do a poster. Share your ideas and experiences with others. You may win travel award to attend in a security conference of your choice. Student posters will be judged in THREE categories: Community College, Undergraduate, Graduate. Winners in all categories will be awarded a student travel grant for future security conference and Runners up will be awarded a Tech Gadget. Also, all submissions are eligible for drawing of various Tech prizes.
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