Call for Presentations

Deadline for Presentation Proposals:  9 June

Borderless Cyber has been an important forum for security in which practitioners and researchers get together to discuss and share insights about grand challenges, projects and lessons learnt in cybersecurity. This year, we are broadening the conversation to include security, privacy and work that intersects the two topics.

Security remains a fundamental challenge in society and this venue continues to be a key forum for discussing and learning from each other on cybersecurity matters. Security is not privacy, but security is an important aspect of privacy. For too long, these two communities have often been separated. We invite industry, government, and academics alike to join this conversation. If you have ideas, research and experiences that you believe would add to the conversation, we want to hear it and we hope you will consider submitting a proposal. We seek abstracts for presentation proposals (up to 500 words) that present advances in the theory, design, implementation, analysis, verification, or empirical evaluation and measurement of security and/or privacy. Your presentation can be on security or privacy only, or a topic that explores both.

There is no charge for selected speakers to attend the conference. Please refer to the Conference Terms and Conditions for more speaker related information, including granting OASIS a royalty-free license to use, reproduce, and distribute any recording and materials associated with your Borderless Cyber presentation. 

Topics of Interest

The Programme Committee is particularly interested in submissions addressing the following topics, but not limited to:

The lists of topics are not exhaustive, but illustrative. Stories of how your organisation integrated privacy and security to tangibly improve your security, stories of failed efforts and lessons learnt, ideas for fresh approaches, new research findings, as well as analyses of policy trends are all welcome.

Presentation Types 

Required information

      Proposal title and abstract (up to 400-500 words) along with presentation outline

  At least two audience take-aways

  Speaker(s) contact details and bio (up to 200 words)

  Desired presentation type

The Program Committee will review all proposals and reserves the right to adapt or restructure submissions to ensure an interesting and compelling program. Marketing presentations will not be considered.

Key dates

     Proposals due by: 9 June

    Notifications will be sent by: 7 July

    Accepted presentations draft slide deck, demonstration, and/or other presentation materials by: 1 August

    Conference Dates: 11-12 September