Denise Sposato

RSA Charge 2017: Call for Speakers Extended through June 9

Blog Post created by Denise Sposato Employee on May 26, 2017

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.

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