AVAR2016 Theme: Is AV dead?
We’ve all heard the mantra “AV is dead”. Over the last few years, numerous points and counter-points have been spoken on the topic. At this year’s AVAR, we’re looking to hear from proponents on both sides of the argument. Bring us research, case studies or stories to convince the audience that AV is dead, or prove to everyone that AV is still very much alive and kicking. We hope to feature an equal balance of both.
Topics are welcome across all business sectors and technology platforms as long as they are guaranteed to inform, entertain and engage. Authors are encouraged to submit abstracts that relate to all domains of cyber security. However, we’re not looking for sales pitches! Speaking slots will be thirty minutes in length and we ask that you limit your presentations to a maximum of two speakers on stage. Come and take part in the biggest cyber security debate of the year!
We’re acccepting submissions for AVAR2016 between now and August 15th 2016. We’re looking to select around 15 speakers for the event, and we’re looking for a wide variety of content. All talks will be thirty minutes in duration and we’re limiting presenters to a maximum of two people on stage.