Presenter "Make the Case" Resources

Present at the Cybersecurity and Privacy Professionals Conference

You have uncommon ideas that the higher education community needs in these uncommon times. We believe you are a perfect candidate to present the Cybersecurity and Privacy Professionals Conference, June 8–10, 2021. Do you need a supervisor's approval? We have some tips on how to convince them to provide the professional time away and financial support to attend.

Tell your supervisor why you should present:

  • Visibility. Presenting at the event elevates you as a subject matter expert and shines a spotlight on your best practices, successful collaborations, and lessons learned. Your content will also have a long reach, as sessions will be accessible by attendees for up to two months after the conference.
  • Networking. The Cybersecurity and Privacy Professionals Conference is the best place for you to connect and learn with other higher education teaching and learning professionals, establishing vital peer networks that can share information in these critical times.
  • Professional development. When you present at this premier higher education conference, you will cultivate your public speaking skills and grow your self-confidence, which can lead to more opportunities for professional engagement and advancement.
  • Representation. Your networking and visibility during the conference all adds up to a positive representation of your organization to an engaged and extensive audience both domestically and internationally. Not only will you look good, so will your institution.

Remember, the event is 100% virtual so it is even more convenient for you to take part in the Cybersecurity and Privacy Professionals Conference. We hope you can join us!

If you need help getting started, use our email template to seek your supervisor's approval (feel free to edit as you deem appropriate).

Need help with your presentation? Visit the Presenter Resources hub for everything you need to know about presenting at the Cybersecurity and Privacy Professionals Conference.