This year’s Ohio Information Security Conference will be the ninth year that Technology First has hosted the event. The conference focuses in three areas/tracks: management, technical, and implementation. The audience will be managers responsible for security policy and administrative decisions and technicians responsible for security implementation and effectiveness.
Technology First is seeking proposals for speaker participation in the March 14, 2012 Ohio Information Security Conference hosted in Dayton, Ohio. A session can be a formal presentation of a successful implementation, administrative solution, or technical solution or a birds of a feather discussion led by a subject matter expert. Topic content must focus on information security and may range from introductory to advanced or from operational to strategic. Each program session will last 50 minutes, including 10 minutes for Q&A.
Conference Fees, Travel, and Lodging: Presenters are responsible for securing and paying for travel and lodging. Speakers are encouraged to attend the full conference and registration fees are waived for speakers.
The following are topics have been suggested but other subjects are welcome:
We are looking to place presentations in tracks related to Technical, Management, and Implementation.
Please note: Technology First reserves the right to decline any presentation proposals at any point in the process. This conference is not the correct forum for discussing unique flaws in specific products nor is it the correct place for a sales presentation.