NOTE: H-ISAC is closely monitoring COVID-19 and its potential impact to H-ISAC events. H-ISAC is working with venues hosting official H-ISAC events to maintain a safe and healthy environment for our attendees. We are committed to following regional jurisdiction and public health guidelines, such as those recommended by the CDC and WHO as appropriate.
Link to article: Amid Uncertainty of the Delta Variant, Research Shows Attending In-Person Events Is Safer Than Daily Activities Like Going to the Grocery Store
- 19 July – Call for Papers Opens
- 18 August – Registration Opens
- 4 October – Initial Presentations Due
- 11 October – Final Presentations Due
- 18 October – Registration Closes at 5pm EST
Mikko Hypponen has written on his research for the New York Times, Wired and Scientific American and lectured at the universities of Oxford, Stanford and Cambridge. He has keynoted at both Black Hat and DEF CON.
Link to Keynote video invitation https://youtu.be/4SICnySlVk0
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Duin- en Kruidbergerweg 60,
2071 LE Santpoort-Noord, Netherlands
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Only a 30 minute cab ride from the Amsterdam Airport Schiphol.
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Call for Papers Now Open!
There has never been a more important time for Healthcare’s security professionals and the broader IT community to come together to hear from experts in the field, collaborate, discuss and to share ideas.
As we prepare for the event, we are currently seeking dynamic speakers with thought provoking presentations. Share your case studies, lessons learned, real time strategies (best practices), or current challenges with leaders in the global healthcare community.
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*Any presentation involving an H-ISAC Member and a Vendor is considered a “Sponsorship” and must be submitted under the Vendor category, not “Member” or “Non-Member”. Any abstract submitted in the wrong category will be declined and not considered by the H-ISAC Content Planning Committee.