The National Webcast Initiative is a collaborative effort between the U.S. Department of Homeland Security and the Multi-State Information Sharing and Analysis Center as a means to provide timely and relevant cyber security education and information to a broad audience. We are pleased to announce the date and topic for the next webcast in our series and are soliciting interested parties for presenters.
Date: Wednesday, June 5, 2013
Time: 2:00pm-3:00pm Eastern
Topic: The Anatomy of a Cyber Attack: Using Behavioral Forensics for a Rapid Detection
We encourage creativity in the presentation topic in order to increase knowledge about the topic to the audience. In order to maximize the value of the event for attendees, documents such as glossaries, checklists, etc. will be solicited from the presenter for posting to the National Webcast Initiative public website prior to the broadcast.
IMPORTANT: Please read the information below thoroughly for details regarding how to submit your presenter information, what to present, important dates, rules of engagement and future webcast topics. All presentations must be vendor neutral.
If you are interested in being considered as a presenter, please forward the following information to the Multi-State Information Sharing and Analysis Center (MS-ISAC) at firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Name of presenter, title and organization
- A one or two paragraph biography of the presenter
- A few bullet points about what the presenter may be able to talk about regarding this webcast topic.
- Contact Information
PLEASE NOTE THE RULES OF ENGAGEMENT AND SCHEDULE LISTED BELOW WHEN CONSIDERING SUBMITTING A PROPOSAL:
Presentation Guidelines -- Rules of Engagement for National Webcast Initiatives:
- Presentations must be vendor and product neutral
- Two presenters may be selected.
- Each webcast is one hour in length. Typically, the first 45 minutes reserved for content; remaining 15 minutes for questions.
- Presentations are recorded and offered publicly on the National Webcast Initiative web site.
- In order to make the session interactive, webcast attendees have the ability to submit written questions during the broadcast.
- Vendor cannot participate in 2 consecutive webcast sessions.
- In order to maximize the value of the event for attendees, documents such as glossaries, checklists, etc. will be solicited from the presenter for posting to the National Webcast Initiative web site prior to the broadcast.
- It is preferred (but not required) that presenters will conduct the webcast on-site at the MS-ISAC in East Greenbush, NY.
Schedule for the June 5th National Webcast Initiative presentation:
April 10th -- Call for Presenters Distributed
April 19th -- Deadline for Call for Presenters
April 30th -- Selection of presenters
May 16th -- Webcast registration opens
May 31st -- Deadline for presenter powerpoints and related documents for posting on the website
Thank you for your continued interest and involvement.
The National Webcast Initiative: The Department of Homeland Security and the Multi-State Information Sharing and Analysis Center (MS-ISAC) have partnered to establish the National Webcast Initiative comprising a series of national webcasts that examine critical and timely cyber security issues. Embracing the concept that security is everyone's responsibility, these webcasts are available to a broad audience to help raise awareness and knowledge levels. A number of vendors have offered their services at no cost to help develop and deliver the webcasts. The New York State Forum and its Security Workgroup also partner with the MS-ISAC in coordinating the National Webcast Initiative.
For more information about the webcast series, please visit: http://www.msisac.org/webcast/
If you have any questions, please contact Asif Ismail at 518/880-0686 or email at: email@example.com.