Intelligence and Cyber Security Conference: Continuing Threats and Emerging Challenges
September 25 & 26, 2018
Holliday Alumni Center
69 Hagood Avenue
Charleston, South Carolina
Individual Paper Presentations: Submissions for a regular session presentation must include a title and abstract of no more than 200 words, along with author information. Click here to submit abstract/paper.
Complete Thematic (Academic or Government) Panel: Roundtable and panel proposal are welcome. One submission per panel is required with an abstract describing the panel (no more than 200 words). The name/affiliation/individual topic title/contact information of each participant must be included on the submission. The panel must deal directly with the topics and issues related to the conference. Click here to submit abstract.
Roundtable Sessions (Academic or Government): These sessions consist of three to four presenters discussing related topics. One submission per roundtable session is required with an abstract describing the panel (no more than 200 words). The name/affiliation/contact information of each participant must be included on the submission.. Roundtable sessions are generally less formal than panels. Click here to submit abstract.
Student Poster Session: Poster Presentations: Submissions for undergraduate and graduate poster presentations require only a title and abstract of no more than 200 words, along with author information. Posters should display theoretical work or methods, data, policy analyses, or findings in a visually appealing poster format that will encourage questions and discussion about the material. Click here to submit abstract.
Thematic panels, individual paper, and roundtable abstracts are due on or before: June 1, 2018.
GUIDELINES FOR ONLINE SUBMISSIONS
When submitting an abstract, you should select a single area in one of the broad categories below. The area you choose should be based on the aspect of your paper that you would describe as the primary focus of the paper.
- Cyber Security Challenges
- Terrorism: People and Places to Watch
- US Intelligence Challenges
- International Hot Spots
- Port/Maritime Security
- Law Enforcement Intelligence
- Border Issues: Drug Smuggling, Human Trafficking, and Immigration
- Education/Training Challenges for Cyber Security and Intelligence
Questions about the submission process should be directed to:
Ms. Lauren Smalls, Program Coordinator
Department of Intelligence and Security Studies
The Citadel, the Military College of South Carolina
171 Moultrie Street
Charleston, SC 29409