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RSA CHARGE 2019 CALL FOR SPEAKERS OPEN FOR SUBMISSIONS

It's official - time to get your creative juices flowing as the RSA Charge 2019 'Call for Speakers' (C4S) is now open and awaiting your submissions!

 

As you are aware, the RSA Charge events represent all RSA products and an increasing number of customers across solutions attend this one-of-a-kind event each year. The RSA 2019 Charge promises to be the biggest event in our history of RSA Charge and RSA Summit conferences. 

 

The RSA Charge event is successful in no small part because of the stellar customer submissions we receive each year. We invite you to submit your presentation brief(s) for consideration. (That's right, you may submit more than one submission brief!)

 

This year for the first time the '8' Tracks for RSA Charge 2019 are identical across all products and represent all RSA solutions. We are pleased to present them to you:

 

Transforming Your Cyber Risk Strategy - Cyber-attacks are at the top of the list of risks for many companies today.  Tell us how you are approaching reducing this risk utilizing RSA products.

 

Beyond the Checkbox: Modernizing Your Compliance Program - The regulatory landscape is always shifting.  How are you keeping up and what steps are you taking towards a sustainable, agile compliance program?

 

Aligning Third Party Risk for the Digital Transformation - Inherited risk from your business partners is a top of mind issue.  Third party risk must be attacked from multiple angles.  Share your strategy.

 

Managing Operational Risk for Impact - Enterprise risk, operational risk, all things risk management.  Share your experience and strategy on how you identify, assess and treat risk across your business operations.

 

View from Above: Securing the Cloud - From security visibility to managing organizational mandates, what is your risk and security strategy to answer the "go to cloud" call.

 

Under the RSA Hood: Managing Risk in the Dynamic Workforce - The workforce has become a dynamic variable for many organizations - from remote users to BYOD to contractors and seasonal workers.  How are you addressing this shift?

 

Business Resiliency for the 'Always On' Enterprise - The world expects connectivity.  When the lights are off, the business suffers.  Tell us how you are ensuring your business is 'always on' - business continuity, recovery, crisis management and the resilient infrastructure.

 

Performance Optimization: RSA Product Learning Lab - Share your technical insights of how you use RSA products to meet your business objectives.  Extra points for cool 'insider' tips and tricks.

 

We know you have great stories to share with your peers, best practices, teachings, and how-to's. We hope you consider submitting a brief and thank you in advance for your consideration. More information can be found on the RSA Charge 2019 website (scroll to bottom of page) including the RSA Charge 2019 Call for Speakers Submission Form. Submission should be sent to: rsa.events@rsa.com.

 

Call for Speakers 'closes' April 19. 

 

We know you really want to join the more than 2,000 security, risk and compliance professionals at the premier Business-Driven Security event, RSA Charge 2017, Oct. 17-19 in Dallas. Now you have one final, limited opportunity to enjoy a $300 savings with our ‘throwback’ to the Early Bird Discount Rate of $645.

 

This is your opportunity to network with RSA customers, partners, and industry experts while discovering how to implement a Business-Driven Security  strategy in an increasingly uncertain high-risk world.

 

Use the Throwback Thursday code 87CTHRWBCKJUL and save $300 on your attendee pass.

 

Need a little more convincing, in addition to the $300 savings? Well, we have this covered too!

 

Check out our latest Keynote Lineup, including

  • Marc Goodman, Global Security Advisor, and Futurist will explain how to cultivate informed workforce to create a human firewall, in what promises to be a highly engaging and humorous keynote presentation

 

Sneak Peek at our Upcoming Agenda of robust programming you can expect at RSA Charge 2017. Tracks include:

  • Taking Command of Your Risk Management Journey
  • Transforming Compliance
  • Managing Technology Risk in Your Business
  • Inspiring Everyone to Own Risk
  • Detecting and Responding to Threats That Matter
  • Secrets of the SOC
  • Identity and Access Assurance
  • Reducing Fraud, While Not Reducing Customers
  • RSA Archer Technical
  • RSA Archer Technical, Advanced

 

Don’t miss out on your chance to attend RSA Charge 2017 with the limited ‘Throwback Thursday’ event. Use code 87CTHRWBCKJUL to register.

 

Discount code expires Thursday, July 27, 2017, at 11:59 PM PST. Offer cannot be combined with any other promotional code.

 

RSA Charge 2017’s ‘Call for Speakers’ resulted in an unprecedented number of abstract submissions across all RSA product solutions – RSA Archer Suite, RSA NetWitness Suite, RSA SecurID Suite (including RSA Identity Governance & Lifecycle), and RSA Fraud & Risk Intelligence. The submissions from RSA customers and partners included the sharing of first-hand knowledge, advice, ideas, experiences, case studies, and even war stories that submitters wanted to share with their RSA product peers at the Charge event in October.

                          

Though the RSA Charge Program Selection Committee is thrilled by the high caliber of submissions, the Committee now faces the hard task of whittling down the list of submissions to 100 across all RSA products. Though no final decisions have yet been made, the Committee noticed that there were many submissions that had similar titles and themes, so they decided to allow you the opportunity ‘voice your choice’ from a small, random subset from the abstracts received.

 

And, for the first time, with a registered RSA Link account, you can vote on Tracks across the entire RSA product portfolio. That’s right, you can vote on any of the product Tracks listed, but you can only vote once ‘per abstract.’

 

So let your voice be heard - this is your chance to 'vote your choice' and have a say in this year's RSA Charge 2017 Agenda. To vote, simply click on the Proposal Abstracts and cast your vote across all RSA Product Tracks.

 

Thank you for the amazing ‘Call for Speakers’ submissions for RSA Charge 2017 – it’s going to be an event you will not want to miss. If you haven’t registered for RSA Charge 2017, be sure to do so today!  

 

We heard you loud and clear - with the upcoming long Memorial Day weekend fast approaching, school classes ending in the Midwest for the summer, and a host of work-related commitments, you wanted more time to submit Call for Speakers (C4S) Abstracts.

 

We are pleased to tell you that the deadline for C4S submissions has been extended and is now EOD on June 9, 2017.

 

This is a hard deadline, however, and will not be extended again so we can meet all the time-sensitive event activities leading up to RSA Charge 2017.

 

All of the information to help you submit your proposal can be found on the RSA Charge 2017 microsite, including Charge registration information – though RSA Charge ‘Speakers’ receive a complimentary pass to the Charge event – another solid reason to submit!

 

First, check out the webinar replay of 'What You Should Know Before Submitting Your Proposal' and then use the Offline Submission Form (for practice) before submitting your proposal using the Online Submission Form. There are also FAQs to help you too. 

 

The Tracks for RSA Charge 2017 include:

 

(Governance, Risk & Compliance)

Inspiring Everyone to Own Risk

Managing Technology Risk in Your Business

Taking Command of Your Risk Management Journey

Transforming Compliance

RSA Archer Suite Technical

RSA Archer Suite Advanced Technical

 

(Security Operations, Identity, Anti-Fraud)

Detecting and Responding to the Threats That Matter

Identity Assurance

Reducing Fraud, while Not Reducing Customers

Secrets of the SOC

 

Complete Session details are also available.

 

With the extended deadline through June 9, we hope you will consider sharing your first-hand knowledge, advice, ideas, experiences, case studies, and war stories with your peers at Charge 2017. For the many who have already submitted proposal abstracts, ‘thank you’ and we look forward to seeing you in Dallas, Oct. 17-19.

Visibility: RSA Archer Staging

It’s down to the final weeks for Call for Speakers (C4S) proposal submissions for the RSA Charge 2017 event.

 

If you are still on the fence, time is running out but there are some helpful aids to get you started. First, check out the webinar replay of ‘What You Should Know Before Submitting Your Proposal’ and then use the Offline Submission Form (for practice) before submitting your proposal using the Online Submission Form.  There’s also FAQs to help you before submitting your proposal.

 

The Tracks include: 

Security Operations, Identity, Anti-Fraud

Detecting and Responding to the Threats That Matter

Identity Assurance

Reducing Fraud, while Not Reducing Customers

Secrets of the SOC

 

You may also check out the complete RSA Charge 2017 Session details

 

All of the information to help you submit your proposal can be found on the RSA Charge 2017 microsite, including Charge registration information – though RSA Charge ‘Speakers’ receive a complimentary pass to the Charge event – another solid reason to submit! 

 

Even if you are not considering submitting a presentation proposal, we encourage you to attend this premier event; save $300 with the Early Bird Discount through June 30.

 

See you in Dallas!

Join more than 2,000 security, risk and compliance professionals at the premier Business-Driven Security event, RSA Charge 2017. This year’s event will be held Oct. 17-19 in Dallas at the Hilton Anatole Hotel.

 

This is your opportunity to network with RSA customers, partners, and industry experts while discovering how to implement a Business-Driven Security strategy in an increasingly uncertain high-risk world.

 

To whet your appetite, check out Top 10 Reasons to Attend RSA Charge 2017 and Agenda at a Glance

 

RSA University will also once again be offering condensed product-specific training courses beginning Monday, October 16 and on Tuesday, October 17, with information available soon on the RSA Charge microsite.  Visit the microsite often to stay informed and maximize your experience at RSA Charge 2017.

 

Don’t miss this event - inspiring Keynotes, hands-on labs, strategic security sessions, technical deep-dives, and so much more; register today and save $300 with the Early Bird Discount through June 30.

 

See you in Dallas!

 

                                                 

 

Believe it or not, the RSA Charge 2017 event is only six months away, Oct. 17-19 in Dallas at the Hilton Anatole. Visit the RSA Charge microsite, now open!  And this means, 'Call for Speakers' submissions are now being accepted as well.  

 

In case you were not able to attend one of the two live RSA Charge 'Call for Speakers' webinars in April, 'What You Need to Know About Submitting Your Speaker's Proposal'  the webinar replay is now available for your listening pleasure. 

 

To help you get those creative juices flowing, the following 2017 Submission Tracks have been identified for RSA products; for full session descriptions please see attachment:

 products; for full session descriptions please see attachment:

 

Security Operations, Identity, Anti-Fraud

Detecting and Responding to the Threats That Matter

Identity Assurance

Reducing Fraud, while Not Reducing Customers

Secrets of the SOC

 

Governance, Risk and Compliance

Inspiring Everyone to Own Risk

Managing Technology Risk in Your Business

Taking Command of Your Risk Management Journey

Transforming Compliance

RSA Archer Suite Technical

RSA Archer Suite Advanced Technical

 

It is recommended that you once you listen to the replay, you use the 'offline' form,' available on the microsite as your draft before submitting. You may also have more than one submission. RSA Charge official  'Speaker' Submission Form is also available on the microsite.

 

Please Note: 'Call for Speakers' closes on May 26.'