Call for Presentations — Submission Site

Global Security Exchange (GSX) 2019
  1. Introduction

    In today's global threat landscape, it is critical for organizations to address security at the enterprise level, looking at every type of risk—physical, cyber, operational, and human—affecting an organization. From insider threat to cybercrime, terrorist acts to social unrest, infrastructure protection to data breaches—the challenges are complex and potentially disastrous.

    ASIS will respond to this dynamic environment by providing the highest quality, cutting edge, relevant learning experiences over four days at GSX—Global Security Exchange, the most comprehensive security event in the world.

    Taking place 8-12 September 2019 in Chicago, IL, Global Security Exchange (GSX), produced in partnership with InfraGard, will offer best-in-class solutions to equip security professionals to anticipate, mitigate, manage, and prevent today's complex threats from an integrated enterprise perspective.

    We can't accomplish this without your expertise and insights.

    Calling all subject matter experts: This is your opportunity to share your experience and expertise with our global audience of security management practitioners looking for the latest information, cutting-edge strategies, and best practices that will help them succeed in their jobs and demonstrate ROI to their organizations. This audience is comprised of professionals from vertical industries across both the public and private sectors, as well as military and law enforcement professionals and others responsible for security.

    GSX 2019 is known for its high-quality and comprehensive education program. Session abstracts must offer strong and relevant content and actionable takeaways to ensure that the targeted audience(s) benefit. All professional security-related topics are welcome—intermediate to advanced-level sessions are highly desirable, and case studies are strongly encouraged.

    Format matters—think beyond the traditional lecture format to deliver a learning experience that will have lasting impact.

    Back and better than ever:
    X-Learning: X marks the collision of security and emerging technology—beginning with experiential sessions on the show floor that will spill over into the classroom environment. X bridges the capabilities of today with the challenges of tomorrow. X provides actionable insights for security professionals so that they can proactively shape the future.

    Sessions delivered on the Xperience stage will provide organized, tactical resources for accelerating benchmarking, knowledge-sharing and innovation.
    Featured sessions on the Xchange stage will offer curated conversations about trends and solutions, and emerging technology risks.

    X-Learning is experiential—whether the topic is AI, Drones and Robotics, AR/VR or mobile and wearables. The goal? To empower security professionals with cutting edge solutions.

    If you possess knowledge that will challenge and inspire the ASIS audience, we encourage you to submit your proposal(s) today!

    Commercially focused/vendor promotional proposals will not be considered

  2. General Submission Guidelines

    An individual may submit a maximum of two proposals as the only or primary presenter per meeting.

    • Proposals must be in English.
    • Proposals must describe original work.
    • The submitter is strongly encouraged to check spelling, word count, and conformance with the guidelines given below.
    • All proposals must be non-sales or marketing oriented.
    • Generally, ASIS International does not pay per diem, honoraria, or expenses.
    • There are no fees required to submit a proposal.
    • ASIS membership is not required for submission.
    • Preference will be given to new topics and sessions.
    • Your proposal will be rejected if all steps of the proposal submission process are not completed.
    • Presentation slots are 20, 60, 75 or 120 minutes and should include time for Q&A. Seven-hour preconference workshops will be considered for Sunday, 7 September 2019.
    • For more information about the evaluation criteria, sample proposal descriptions, and more details about the Call for Presentations, visit GSX 2019.

    No names or titles should be included in the abstract text. Names will be hidden during the proposal review process and will be inserted and properly formatted upon publication.

    Speakers will be sent a link to access their submissions via email. Submissions may be viewed and modified at any time before the deadline.

  3. Proposals Requirements

    During the proposal submission, submitters will be required to complete the following information.

    Required fields:

    • Title of proposal (15 words maximum)
    • Organization track(s)
    • Abstract text (limit: 115 words)
    • Learner impact
    • Target audience experience level
    • Preferred session length (20, 60, 75, or 120 minutes or 7-hour in-depth workshop)
    • Event structure (choose from the list or/and enter in "other")
    • Equipment needed, and room set up (choose from the list or/and enter in "other")
    • Permission to record
    • Learning Objectives (3 required)
    • Topic/Track (choose only 1)

    No images, charts, or tables are allowed. We do not accept attachments with proposals. For each speaker please provide: name, company, job title and full mailing address, email address, phone number, biographical sketch, and references.

  4. Proposals Review

    You can expect to hear back about whether your proposal was selected no later than
    8 April 2019.

Presentation Submission Deadline for Proposal Submission:
31 January 2019 (23:59 Pacific)
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