Call for Presentations!

The Call for Presentations at the Security Culture Conference 2016 is open! Join your peers in Oslo, Norway to share your experiences, to learn, and to engage in discussions and panels on how to build and maintain security culture. The conference is two-days, two-tracks, with networking opportunities, exhibition area, Norwegian culture, great program and much more! I am thrilled to be part of this great event again for 2016!

The talks we are looking for are 25+5 minutes, and should focus on topics relevant to security culture and the application of the Security Culture Framework. Questions our participants are looking for answers to include:

  • How do I measure security culture?
  • How do I get the support from the top?
  • How do I change behaviors?
  • How can I facilitate a security culture program?
  • How do I adjust my content to the needs of the audience?
  • What kind of content should I use?
  • What are good goals for a security culture program?
  • What does a good security culture campaign look like?
  • And much, much more!

Put in your presentation today, and let us meet in Oslo in June — the most beautiful time of the year over here! And do you know anyone who should be on that stage, please tell them to put in a talk too!

What do you get as a speaker? The list is long, here are some of the perks:

  • Free, full access to the conference inc. social event
  • Exclusive access to the Speakers Dinner on Monday evening
  • Hotel Monday-Wednesday in Oslo (at the conference hotel)
  • Travel on economy
  • Much more!

So what are you waiting for? Put in that proposal today!

Oh, and have you any questions, please shoot them over to me, I am here to help!


Call for Presentations! was originally published in Kai Roer’s Security Culture Ramblings on Medium, where people are continuing the conversation by highlighting and responding to this story.

This is a Security Bloggers Network syndicated blog post authored by Kai Roer. Read the original post at: Kai Roer’s Security Culture Ramblings - Medium