Call to Present at the CCoE Webinar

Do you have cybersecurity capabilities, lessons learned, tools, and/or research to share with the NSF cyberinfrastructure (CI) community? Are you looking for an opportunity to gain visibility for your work? Present your topic at a CCoE webinar! The CCoE webinar series provides monthly presentations on cybersecurity topics applicable to NSF CI. The webinars are open to the public, and the size of the live audience can vary from 20 to 100 or more. We archive the webinar videos to our Youtube channel for later viewing where they often get 100+ views. We invite your presentation proposals! Contact us here.

Potential topics for webinars may include (but are not limited to):

  • Experience deploying a new cybersecurity capability
  • Experience with a new security policy
  • Incident response lessons learned
  • Risk assessment results
  • Security guidelines and lessons learned when deploying a new CI capability (e.g., Science DMZ, Docker containers, software defined networks, etc.)
  • New cybersecurity research results ready for deployment
  • Experience with cybersecurity compliance (HIPAA, FISMA, etc.)
  • Software assurance tools/experiences

Webinar details: 

  • Webinars are scheduled the 4th Monday of the month at 11am Eastern
  • Presentations are approximately 45 minutes long with 15 minutes for attendee questions
  • Webinars are recorded and archived for later use
  • Presentations by groups of up to 4 people are encouraged (e.g., a scientist presenting the motivating use case for a new capability, a security officer presenting the risk assessment, and a CI engineer presenting details on the implementation of the new capability)

Interested in presenting? Contact us here and provide the following information for us to use when advertising your presentation:

  • Topic abstract (less than 3000 characters)
  • Brief bio for speaker(s)
  • Related materials (e.g., slides or videos from prior presentations)
  • Photo/image of the project, technology, or speaker(s), to include in the event announcement
  • A project website or other URL for additional information
  • Any scheduling constraints (i.e., in which months are you available to present?)

For more information about the CCoE webinar series, including recordings from past presentations, see our webinar page.