CSA Conference 2024
Submit a Proposal to present at the BYU CSA Conference 2024 or register below.
The Brigham Young University Cybersecurity Student Association (CSA) is currently inviting student paper proposals for the BYU CSA Conference 2024. The third annual CSA Conference will be held the 9th-10th of February 2024 at Brigham Young University. The conference provides a platform for cybersecurity students to present their cybersecurity related research and projects with other students and faculty. Personal research and projects are critical in the discipline of cybersecurity, and we want to help you showcase your work.
Conference Presentation + Paper
Authors who intend to submit a paper proposal should complete the survey here: https://byu.az1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_85DuRFJ2cLuDpWu. Initial proposals are due by December 15th, 2023. Final papers/presentations must be submitted by January 29th, 2024 for final review.
The 2024 CSA Conference will be divided into four themed sessions that match the newly introduced BYU CSA Emphases: Digital Forensics, Threat Intelligence, Penetration Testing, and Network Security. Upon submission of a proposal, you will be required to self-select the session that most closely fits with your research and presentation. For further questions about each session, please contact the CSA Emphasis Heads or send your questions to email@example.com.
A successful proposal includes a 250-word abstract of your research or proposed project. Examples are provided below. All proposals should be submitted by December 15th, 2023 at 11:59 p.m. MT. Submit an abstract https://byu.az1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_85DuRFJ2cLuDpWu.
Once your abstract is accepted, CSA student leadership and faculty advisors will work with you to hone your research and provide feedback to improve your final presentation. This is an excellent opportunity for students to exercise their technical writing and public communication skills.
Address questions to firstname.lastname@example.org.
BYU CSA Conference 2024 is made possible through the generous support of the BYU Weidman Center for Global Leadership.