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IT Pro Camp 2020

event date

07 Nov 2020

location

Keiser University Jacksonville, Florida, United States

website

itpro.camp/


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Call for Speakers
CfS opens at 12:00 AM

01 Sep 2020

CfS closes at 12:00 AM

01 Oct 2020

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Call for Speakers

Interested speakers are invited to submit their presentations to be a speaker for the 2020 IT Pro Camp being held on October 8, 2020. 

We are expecting about 1,000 small businesses and non-profits to attend. We will have workshops and break-out sessions during the event. That will be about 12-15 Workshop Sessions to fill. One person or group may be selected to do the same presentation multiple times. 

To be considered for one of the Workshop sessions, you must submit a session title, topic description, and a brief. Once you are confirmed as a speaker, we may need additional information for marketing as we move forward. 

Some of the topics being sought for the breakout sessions are provided below.

  • Antivirus software and antispyware
  • Phishing Emails
  • Firewalls
  • Wi- Fi
  • Security practices and policies
  • Educate about cyber threats and how to protect an organization’s data
  • Use of strong passwords
  • Data loss/Disaster recovery
  • Encryption technologies
  • Two-factor authentication
  • Protect public-facing websites
  • Credit Card protection 

If you have a topic that is not listed, please send the topic and a brief description to cfs2020@itprocamp.com

Topics considered for the 50-minute workshop sessions should benefit a small business or non-profit as it relates to cybersecurity. The content should be at an introductory or intermediate level and if the session can be interactive or hands-on, even better. Most small businesses, individuals or non-profits may not have a full-time dedicated cybersecurity person. Many rely on an office manager or some other non-technical person to handle computers and security. 

Conference Schedule 

8:30-9:00 Registration and Welcome

9:00- 9:10 Break (transition to Workshop rooms)

9:10-10:00- Workshop Session A (4 or more sessions)

10:05-10:55 Workshop Session B (4 or more sessions)

11:55-11:05 Break

11:05-11:55 Workshop Session C (4 or more sessions)

12:15-1:45 Lunch Speaker on Identity Theft – Kevin Johnson, CEO Secure Ideas

1:45-2:00 Closing Remarks

Contact CFS2020@itprocamp.com with any questions.


event fee

free for speakers

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