The 6th National Women in Cybersecurity conference will be held on March 29-30, 2019 at Pittsburgh, PA.
This event is jointly organized by WiCyS organization and The Carnegie Mellon University.
Call for Scholarship Application, and Call for Participation are NOW open.
We have limited capacity of 1200 attendees. As always, we expect that 50% of the attendees will be students from 2 and 4 year institutions at all levels of education, 25% of expected attendees will be educators, and 25% are industry professionals—again at various levels of their careers.
Students must apply for WiCyS scholarships to attend the conference. Faculty receiving grants will get guaranteed registration with subsidized registration fee which will include two nights of shared lodging at the conference hotel. There will be some travel scholarships (up to $500) available to WiCyS scholarship recipients.
Deadline for WiCyS scholarship application is November 1st. Acceptance notification is December 1.
The WiCyS conference will offer:
• Distinguished speaker sessions
• Technical presentations
• Technical workshops
• Student Poster competitions (winners receive travel grants)
• Birds-of Feather discussions
• Speed mentoring and networking session
• Panel discussions
• Lightning talks
• Career and graduate school fair (expecting 80+ organizations)
• Dedicated meet ups for
- SFS Scholars
- WiCyS Students chapters
- WiCyS affiliates
- Faculty with funding agency leaders
Ready to share your knowledge and experience with others at the next WiCyS Conference? Don't miss the deadline for the Call for Participation for WiCyS 2019!
Four NEW concurrent tracks next year:
- Current Technology and Challenges
- Looking Ahead
- Best Practices
- Career Development
Accepted program participation guarantees one complimentary registration with lodging.
With your participation, we hope to orchestrate a program that will be beneficial to students, educators, researchers and professionals.
We have limited capacity and therefore, the only way to guarantee registration with limited capacity is through scholarships, program participation, and sponsorships.
Please pass this to peers, help support our cause and join the community.
Ambareen Siraj Professor, Computer Science, Tennessee Tech Founding Director, Cybersecurity Education Research and Outreach Center WiCyS Founder and Conference Chair