Call for Presentations
The 2023 AFCEA Mid-America Cyberspace Conference Planning Committee welcomes the submission of presentations to speak as a general session, panel, breakout, or lighting round participant.
The Call for Presentations is now closed.
Who Should Submit
If you are a government, military, industry, or academia thought leader developing practical solutions to challengers as it relates to the cyber mission, then please consider submitting a proposal to present at the 2023 conference.
Examples of topics of interest are:
- Artificial Intelligence (AI) & Machine Learning (ML)
- Big Data, Data Analytics, and Visualization
- Cyber Physical System Security and Testing
- Cyber and Spectrum Warfare considerations with 5G/6G
- Internet of Things (IoT) and Operational Technology (OT) cybersecurity
- Using Generative AI (i.e., ChatGPT) to safely accelerate cybersecurity
- Leveraging AI to improve Cybersecurity for government agencies
- Mission Resilience
- Secure Access Service Edge (SASE)
- Systems Engineering and Robust Architecture
- System Survivability
- Automation tools for cybersecurity vulnerability remediation
- Zero Trust
Submissions for Track talks should specify an alignment under one of the themes listed above (Approximate length of the session, 45 minutes).
- Breakout sessions should not be a promotion of a product or a business. Submissions considered a sales pitch will not be accepted as a breakout.
- Speakers selected as a general session speaker will address the attendees in the general plenary session (Approximate length of the session, 45 minutes).
- Submit a proposed panel topic, along with panelists.
- Submit to be a subject matter expert as part of an established panel.
07.01.2023 - Call for Presentations Closes
07.14.2023 - Notification of Accepted Presentations
07.21.2023 - Accepted Presenters Confirm Participation
09.01.2023 - Presenter Information Due
09.08.2023 - Presentation Slides/PowerPoint Due