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Last Call for Security Proposals

Today is the last day to submit a proposal for the 2013 Security Professionals Conference! The online submission form is available here:


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Valerie Vogel Program Manager

Uncommon Thinking for the Common Good
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Sent: Tuesday, October 23, 2012 9:18 AM
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Last Call for Security Professionals Conference Proposals

Security Professionals Conference
April 15–17, 2013 | St. Louis, Missouri, and Online
No Boundaries: Security in an Open World

The Security Professionals Conference 2013 call for proposals deadline is November 13. If you have insights into the challenges security professionals face in an increasingly open and consumer-focused campus, we want to hear your story. 

The Security Professionals Conference program committee welcomes proposals on any of these conference themes:

  • Technologies, Operations, and Practices
  • Governance, Risk, Compliance, and Privacy
  • Awareness and Training

Submit your proposal by November 13, 2012. (Consider an online conference proposal, too!)


Join us at EDUCAUSE 2012

Propose a Session to Convene IT Leaders on an Enterprise Security Issue

The Security Professionals Conference and Enterprise IT Leadership Conference programs feature a half day of combined sessions on Wednesday, April 17. You’re invited to submit a proposal for one of these combined sessions using either conference’s proposal submission form.

Need Help Getting Started? Visit the speaker concierge's step-by-step guide to writing a successful proposal. For more information, contact




Good Morning!


We are nearing the proposal deadline for the Security Professionals Conference.  Last year’s conference was also held in St. Louis and, as a CIO, it was terrific to watch the presentations and speak with security professionals from schools across the country about their projects, strategic direction and even their professional development.  Our mentoring program and track for new professionals has really taken off.


The great success of this conference is in the presentations that are brought forward every year.  We could use your help with ensuring that we have an excellent program for our security professionals again this year.  Please encourage your Jedi warriors to put in a proposal for the conference by sharing out the information below.  This is an excellent way to support their professional development!


Last Call for Security Proposals—Due November 14

May 6–8, 2014 | St. Louis, Missouri, and Online Mind Tricks and Other Strategies for Information Security


When it comes to hackers, are you a mind-tricking Jedi warrior? This is your last call!


Be a presenter at the Security Professionals Conference   You'll be part of an exciting program featuring keynote speakers Charlie Miller, security engineer at Twitter, and Harriet Pearson, partner at Hogan Lovells.


The conference will focus on skills and practices higher education practitioners use to analyze trends, engineer protection, and educate users. Your perspectives will add value to the discussion, and your participation will enhance your standing as a security expert in our community.


The Security Professionals Conference 2014 program committee welcomes proposals on:


  *   Technologies, Operations, and Practices

  *   Governance, Risk, and Compliance

  *   Awareness and Training

  *   Privacy (New for 2014)

  *   Career Development (New for 2014)


Security Professionals Conference


Submit your proposal<> by November 14, 2013.






Cathy Bates

Chair, 2014 Security Professionals Committee



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