Speaker’s Kit

Please find  some helpful information for planning your event.

Register as a Speaker

Registration + Discounts.  All speakers must register prior to the event. Speakers receive complementary registration to the main event, May 7-8, 2020, as well as a 50% discount to all pre-conference events on May 6, 2020. You will receive a discount code by email.

Speaker Registration

Mandatory Materials

1. Photo and Bio.

    • Your profile photo
    • Your short bio (needed to satisfy CLE requirements, will not be published)

2. Session Materials.  Please provide your reading materials by by April 28, 2020. Your reading materials are required to satisfy CLE requirements and attendee expectations. You can provide articles, papers, citations, background material, definitions, checklists, illustrative charts and tables, and perhaps a bibliography of related materials.

3. Your Presentation. Please submit your presentation by April 28, 2020 in PDF format and label them as “Name of Session.pdf.”  Access to PPTs is restricted to attendees on a password protected page. You may use our PPT template or use your own. 

Upload Photo, Bio, Session Materials, and Presentation

Exhibitor Set-Up

Table Set-Up.  Exhibitors may set up starting at 7:30 AM of the Pre-Conference day, Day 1 and Day 2 of the main conference.

Schedule

Schedule.  Please view or download our schedule.

What to Bring

Computer, PPT Presentation, and HDMI Cable.  Bring your own computer with your PPT presentation loaded on it. You will also need to bring a HDMI or Apple adapter cable. All rooms will have Wi-Fi, projectors, and microphones. Additional Apple cables will be available at the registration desk.

Book Hotel

Hotel.  Speakers are responsible for their hotel and travel arrangements. Book your hotel soon to take advantage of a limited number of discounted rooms: Book Hotel

Venue

Venue.  The Marvin Center (3rd Floor)
George Washington University
800 21st Street NW
Washington, DC 20052

Plan Ahead

Session Leader.  Designate one of your panelists for the role of session leader. The session leader serves as a moderator and spearheads the overall session planning, in addition to participating as a panel speaker.

Schedule Panel Conference CallsSchedule your first conference call to outline the overall session content and goals. We recommend you do so as soon as possible, and schedule subsequent planning calls.

Panel Coordinations.  We will determine the date and time of your panel at a later date.  If you have scheduling requirements for the conference dates, please let us know. Sessions are 1 hour long, and we typically aim for three speakers per panel.

Plan for Significant Audience Participation.  Session content must be rigorous and encourage audience participation and Q&A. Our attendees are seasoned professional, so feel free to do “deep dives” and cover advanced topics.

Plan to Attend Multiple Sessions Over Multiple Days.  Maximize your networking benefit and get to know the leading privacy and security professionals attending our event. Plan to attend multiple sessions over multiple days.

Dress Code

Dress Code. Prepare for a great networking experience in a casual business atmosphere.

Media

Media. Members of the media may attend the event.

Sessions Recordings

Session Recordings. Sessions will not be recorded.

Sponsor our Event

Explore sponsorship opportunities.  Sponsorship support is a key part of having a high-quality event, and we provide many sponsorship opportunities!  To explore learn more, please contact:

Suzanne Armstrong
Sales + Business Development
+1 (847) 687-0501
sarmstrong@privacysecurityacademy.com