Call for Presentations (CTSC 2017)
objective and purpose of the Canadian Technical Security Conference
(CTSC) is to provide high-quality professional development and
networking opportunity for technical security professionals across
Canada and abroad.
day, single seminar track format provides a unique, self-directed learning
opportunity with a wide variety of informative technical and
non-technical presentations, interactive expert panel forums, and an
impressive range of TSCM industry related Exhibitors.
Development presentations, designed to transcend all aspects of the
TSCM industry with a focus on current and emerging technology, best
practices and challenges facing TSCM practitioners, and
others who are responsible for a variety of Technical Security
(TSEC) functions within their respective organizations.
may be designed and developed for any level of experience, from the fundamental
to intermediate, and advanced presentation topics.
Share your extensive experience and knowledge
with your peers by submitting a presentation proposal for the 12th
annual Canadian Technical Security Conference (CTSC).
Submit your presentation proposal today for this
unique and important opportunity and help shape the CTSC 2017 into a
significant and meaningful event.
Submitting Your Presentation
We ask that all submissions be submitted electronically.
All received presentations will be reviewed immediately following the
submission deadline for this years conference event.
Notifications will be
sent directly to the email address listed for the speaker /
It is essential that as a minimum, presenters
submit a presentation title, presentation description, personal bio
and photograph for inclusion on the CTSC 2017 website.
CTSC participants are primarily TSCM
professionals from the private sector, government, military,
consultants, engineers, and the law enforcement sector.
Past CTSC events
have commanded an impressive list of
participants from across Canada and internationally, who recognize
the value of a dedicated event of this nature.
It is strongly recommended your initial interest
and actual submissions as requested be forwarded to the CTSC
Committee as early as possible (today is a good day)!
Speaker and Presenter information is required so
that the CTSC Committee will have the necessary time to complete the
conference agenda, marketing materials and to allow us to promote the conference
We anticipate a submission deadline of
Tuesday January 31, 2017, however, please contact us with your interest as soon as
We are always interested in new ideas and
subject matter presentations, product demonstrations and relevant and
timely technical papers.
Simplified Submission Guidelines
We offer the following basic
submission guidelines to assist speakers and presenters.
All submissions must be
forwarded to the CTSC 2017 committee at
Paul Turner by the posted
- Presentations must be submitted and delivered in
English, the official language of the event.
- Presentations should describe and be based on
the presenters original work, experience, or research.
- An individual may submit more than one (1)
presentation to be delivered during multiple sessions, however, the
presentations must not be the same.
CTSC 2017 requires the following details to be submitted along
with the presentation abstract.
Please follow the new "Call for
Presentations" guideline and checklist below.
- Name | Title of the
- Personal BIO | Head and Shoulders Digital
Photograph (JPG, PNG)
- Exact Title of the
- Ready to Post | Description of the Presentation (75 - 250 words)
- Session Delivery Time Requirement (60 or 120
- Please submit your proposal in Microsoft Word
or Adobe (PDF)
file format (if possible) or contact the CTSC for other acceptable
file formats and submit via email to
Carol Fairbrother or
Paul D Turner, TSS TSI for review.
The CTSC event addresses the very latest
information on security strategies and best recommended practices,
critical and emerging threats, and cutting-edge countermeasures.
have something innovative to share, this is the ideal forum to
address a dedicated and high motivated audience.
Presentations must be of a technical (or
relevant non-technical) subject matter or nature and relevant to
TSCM and Technical Security (TSEC) practitioners.
Presenters are reminded to avoid any direct sales pitch for any specific product or service
during any of the professional development seminars or workshops,
unless the session is approved for example, as a product or service demonstration.
CTSC has no objection of presenters identifying and promoting their
respective organizations, products and services in co-junction with
the technical briefing.
It is important for presenters to contact the
CTSC event committee as soon as possible to facilitate topic and
This event provides an excellent opportunity
to pass along important technical security issues and emerging
threats and countermeasures to like minded industry professionals.