Cybersecurity Capabilities and Careers Symposia (3CS) sessions explore or document innovative ideas, evidence-based practices, and demonstration of techniques and technologies for raising the capability maturity of the cybersecurity workforce. Proposers of sessions for 3CS are encouraged to submit a brief abstract of their session idea. The lead author of an accepted session proposal will receive a $200 participation stipend and a travel stipend of up to $1,800 based on your distance from the workshop venue. Stipend funding is limited and determined by the date of proposal acceptance. Submit your session idea as soon as possible to ensure funds are available to support your attendance. Please refer to the Call for Session Proposals for further details on the dates, times, and locations.
Receive guidance from experienced session presenters and facilitators during the one-day 3CS Session Proposal Development Workshop. Workshop mentors receive a $500 participation stipend and a travel stipend up to $1,800 based on your distance from the workshop venue. All workshop mentors are recognized as a Fellow of the Cyber Ready G-Force – the generating force raising cybersecurity capabilities and career readiness.
Authors of accepted proposals will be scheduled for a workshop on one day of the event. You are welcome to attend all workshop days to learn from and provide feedback to the other session organizers.
Want to learn how to develop a successful conference, grant, or publication proposal? If you do not have a session idea ready to present, you can attend the workshop as an observer for only $25.
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