What are the Trainings?

The ISACA Information Security & Risk Conference Trainings offer attendees individual technical courses on topics ranging from the latest in incident response techniques to data analytics to building business continuity programs, many of which are hands-on. These courses are taught by industry and subject matter experts from all over the world with the goal of providing valuable education to the information security & risk community.

Topics and Format

When selecting a topic, please see the examples outlined in our call for speakers – https://www.isacaconference.ca/call-for-speakers/ as a guideline.

  • Courses submitted should be full day, however, we may consider half day sessions.
  • Courses can be hands-on, demo-style or lecture
  • ISACA does not provide laptops or any other equipment for use in training, so please ensure your classes work in a bring-your-own-laptop format or prepare to bring hardware for students.
  • ISACA will be providing lunch and breaks
  • Internet will be available during classes
  • Classrooms can serve up to 40 students

Submitting a Proposal

To submit a proposal for this year’s conference, simply e-mail the following information to CFP@isaca-atlantic.ca:

  • Name
  • Organization / Title
  • E-mail address
  • Phone
  • A brief and concise overview of your professional history. You will be able to upload a copy of your full bio, head shot photo and other supporting documents (e.g. c.v., resume, recognition, etc…) later in the submission process
  • Please provide a brief and concise overview of your prior public speaking engagements with contact information
  • Course title
  • Maximum number of students that can attend
  • Topic area (IS Audit & Assurance, Security/Cyber Security, Integrated Risk Management, Big Data, Data Analytics & Visualization)
  • Full abstract describing the course, any pre-requisites, special requirements, etc.
  • Description of any course materials, equipment, etc.
  • Learning level (beginner, intermediate, advanced managerial, advanced technical)
  • Have you delivered this course before? If yes, when and where?

The call for speakers deadline is July 31, 2018.

Course Material

  • Instructor retains ownership and copyright of all course material, and hereby gives ISACA Atlantic Provinces Chapter permission to reproduce such work for the creation of student materials including notes, workbooks, CDs/DVDs, etc.
    • Instructor may opt to reproduce and distribute his/her own course material for the training event.
  • Instructor grants ISACA Atlantic Provinces Chapter the right to use your name, company name, video, photograph, and voice as it relates to the distribution of course material to students, the promotion of your course, and the promotion of the event.
  • Instructor warrants that all course material is original, accurate, does not violate the rights of any person or entity, and does not contain any unlawful materials or materials that are offensive or reflect negatively on ISACA Atlantic Provinces Chapter or ISACA.
  • Instructor warrants that course material is his/her own and will obtain all third-party permissions necessary for the use of such work at ISACA Atlantic Provinces Chapter training events.