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NEbraskaCERT 2019 - Call for Presenters (CFP)

Every year NEbraskaCERT does a series of our Cyber Security Forums (CSFs).  The following is the relevant information for our 2019 Schedule.

Presenting at NEbraskaCERT

  • Our typical events have 50-75 people or so for our lunch/dinner meetings and 20-40 for our breakfast meetings.
  • The usual talk is 30-45 minutes.  We can go up to the full 90 minutes if needed but we tend to keep them a bit shorter to allow for more networking.
  • No one has ever been booed off the stage yet.  Hoping to keep the streak going in January.
  • We cover a wide range of topics (quantum computing, routers, forensics, and many others)
  • You can see the slides of some of our past presentations at the NEbraskaCERT CSF website https://www.nebraskacert.org/csf
  • If you are a vendor we ask you to comply with the 90/10 rule.  Which is that at most your talk is 10% vendor specific and the majority of it is generic.  E.g. talking about firewalls is good, but talking about your company's product more than 10% is frowned upon.
  • It is a great place to try out a talk or idea

Schedule for 2019 (Draft)

Here is our current schedule for 2019.  It is still subject to change as we go through the year.

Date
Time
Location
Speaker
Aug 21, 2019 11:30 am - 1:00 pm Johny's Cafe Joshua Mauk
Sep 18, 2019 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm TBA Ron Woerner
Oct 16, 2019 7:30 am - 9:00 pm Bellevue Support Center Open
Nov 13, 2019 11:30am - 1:00 pm Johnny's Cafe Panel
--------- NO MEETING --------- NO MEETING

Event Locations

Locations we typically host our events at
  • Johnny's Cafe - 27th & L Street - we've been having our lunch meetings at Johnny's Cafe for the last 10+ years.
  • Bellevue University - Every year we do an evening event or two at Bellevue University at the Mueller Academic Services Building (MASB).
  • Bellevue Support Center - This is our usual location for our breakfast meetings.
  • Others we sometimes host an event at a different location

Any Questions?

If you have any questions or anything please don't hesitate to drop me an e-mail at ajgrothe <at> gmail.com.



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