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Registration and a Call for Speakers are Open for the 2018 NIST Cybersecurity Risk Management Conference

Registration and a call for speakers are open for the 2018 NIST Cybersecurity Risk Management Conference, to be held November 7-9 in Baltimore, Maryland. The conference aims to share and explore cybersecurity and privacy best practices and receive and discuss stakeholder input on key cybersecurity risk management topics, such as the Risk Management Framework, Supply Chain Risk Management, and Privacy Engineering.

NIST welcomes speaker submissions in all topics related to cybersecurity risk management, but is particularly interested in select topics, listed in full online. Nominations should include: track, session, speaker, and brief biographical information; proposed session/presentation title and a brief (100-150 words) description of the presentation; and speaker contact information.

The extended deadline for nominations is August 7, 2018. NIST will make decisions and notify nominators by August 31, 2018. Nominations, including supporting information cited above, should be submitted to cyberframework [at] nist.gov.

Released July 10, 2018, Updated July 11, 2018