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WHY SHOULD I PRESENT AT SIRACON?

Information Risk Management is what we do. It's what we think about, talk about, dream about, and love to hear new ideas about. If you're obsessed with finding a better way to measure and manage information risk, SIRAcon is the place to be. You'll find yourself among a community of supportive peers who are eager to help you further develop your ideas. So come join the fun and show us what you've got!

WHAT SHOULD I PRESENT?

Submitted topics should represent original works and be of interest to the SIRA membership. Real-life case studies (redacted/anonymized as needed) are generally preferred over more theoretical discussions, but all topics will be considered. Established and new presenters are all encouraged to respond. Please indicate whether your session will be a lecture, group discussion, demonstration, etc.

Suggested topics include (but are not limited to):

Building a risk management program
Successes/challenges with a risk assessment framework
Regulations and standards within risk analysis
Risk communication/perception
Risk aggregation across multiple analytic efforts
Cyber insurance
Economic influences within risk management
Optimal investment in information security
Cyber-defense strategy and game theory
Incentives for information sharing and cooperation
The joy of using math to analyze risk
The pitfalls of not using math to analyze risk
Some variation of the last two
Some variation of the last twelve

IMPORTANT INFO

SIRAcon 2018 Dates: February 7-8, 2018
Location: Starbucks HQ, Seattle, Washington
CFP closes on October 1, 2017 at 11:59 PM EST
QUESTIONS? Contact mikeroytman@gmail.com

We look forward to seeing you in Seattle in Febuary! Weather Forecasts Lie!