Do you have a story to tell? We want to hear it.
EnergySec’s 9th Annual Security Summit, being held at the Magnolia Hotel in Denver, Colorado on September 17th-19th, is the place to let the industry know what you are doing that has had the greatest impact on your security program this year.
- What worked for you in the past?
- What is working for you now?
- What have you had to change in how you work lately?
We are eager to hear from potential speakers about what you would like to present to the EnergySec community.
More specifically, we are looking for innovative strategies, ideas, and technologies that help attendees improve operational reliability of their utility through good security practices; build streamlined security processes to increase efficiencies; improve security regulatory compliance; implement security solutions that work; and address the importance of cyber security for the energy sector. Most importantly, we are looking for high-quality content delivered by dynamic presenters.
For more information and early registration, visit the event website – http://summit2013.energysec.org/
- May 30, 2013 – Proposal Submission Deadline
- June 15, 2013 – Proposal Acceptance Notification
- July 15, 2013 – Biography, Head Shot and Final Abstract Submittal
Important Note to Vendors: Please do not propose topics about specific products – these proposals will not be accepted. Impressive case study examples from customer companies in the utility/energy sector are highly desirable, so vendors are encouraged to pitch their customers as speakers. The customer representative must deliver the presentation; however, the vendor representative may share the presentation with their customer as long as their role is limited to supporting the case study. We do offer a few speaking slots for sponsoring vendors – be sure to review the event sponsorship prospectus for more information on those opportunities.
Educators, Executives (CEO/CIO/CISO/VP/GM, etc), Lawyers, Forensic Specialists, Business Managers, SCADA operators, Security Auditors, Security System Administrators, Project Managers, Government Officials, Programmers, System Administrators.
EnergySec does not pay an honorarium or travel expenses to its speakers. All speakers will receive the following: complimentary pass to the summit with access to all sessions including keynotes and panels. Speakers will be featured in the Summit publication and on the event web site. Speakers will also be invited to a hosted VIP session. The above benefits do not extend to support staff or colleagues who may accompany the speaker.