Call for speakers is now open
Qubit is seeking speaking proposals for its annual Qubit Conference Prague 2022.
The event will be an in-person event in Prague, May 24-26, along with a virtual pass option.
This Call for Speakers (CFS) is announced for the conference presentations held on May 25-26. Qubit Conference Prague brings together top cybersecurity experts and leaders from industry, government, and academia from across the globe to address the challenges of today’s threat landscape.
Previous conferences have averaged in-person attendance of more than 220 delegates from 20+ countries. This year, we expect the event to gather a larger audience, as we are creating a robust virtual experience to complement the on-site event.
Share your expertise
Qubit Conference Prague offers an atmosphere of “community spirit” where cyberspace professionals come together to learn, debate, exchange and explore best practices, real-life stories, strategies and mind-opening ideas.
Education sessions, designed to transcend all industry sectors, focus on current and emerging issues, best practices, and the complex challenges cybersecurity professionals are facing in today’s global environment.
Call for Papers opens
Nov 8, 2021
Papers proposals due
March 15, 2022
Proposal selections announced
March 30, 2022
Sessions are focused around 2 tracks: Executive Track and Technical Track. During May 25-26, there will be only in-person presentations lined up. Main conference sessions will run in 45 minutes timeslots. Virtual presentations will be added as bonuses on May 26 & 27 on virtual platform. Virtual session timeslots are 30 minutes in length. Note that this session is 100 percent pre-recorded and virtual and there is requirement to present the live chat Q&A via platform.
Submissions that include instructional materials and take-aways will be given primary consideration. Please note that the speech has to be original, not presented on other events before.
Below are some of the suggested topic areas we would love to see in each track, but we welcome any and all ideas if they are relevant to the themes of the tracks.
Theme: Ubiquitous CYBERSECURITY
Anything and everything, anywhere, anytime… Cyberthreats, just like the main theme of our conference, are ubiquitous. The world of cybersecurity is constantly transforming, and the need to keep up is crucial. Set yourself up for success and establish a secure cyber landscape for your organization.
What managers, executives, boards of directors, and lawyers need to know about cyber security
- CLOUD era and securing information
- Zero Trust and Best practices
- Cyber risk readiness for the C-suite and Board of directors
- How to keep attackers under control – case studies (Phishing, Ransomware and other types of attacks)
- Role of AI in cyber security
- Human behavior and cyber security 2021
- Supply chain attacks
- Software Bill of Materials (SBOM)
- SCADA and Ransomware
- OT and IoT implications on cyber security
- Legal, strategic and operational considerations regarding IR
- 5G: Risk management in super connected world
- Cyber security talent shortage implications
What security practitioners need to know in order to mitigate, detect, and respond to cyber attacks
- The latest data on security breaches and incident response (use cases)
- Securing and investigating your assets in the cloud
- Alternative SOC models, dealing with SOC fatigue
- Malware analysis
- Red and blue teaming