Q. Are the sessions in the Cyber Forum classified?
A. No, all of the sessions are being held at the unclassified level.
Q. Is there any fee to attend the exhibits?
A. No, access to the exhibits is complimentary to all attendees.
Q. Will there be on-site registration?
A. Yes, there is onsite registration for the Cyber Forum and the exhibits. However, it is suggested to register for the Cyber Forum in advance as it is anticipated that the seats will fill quickly. Priority will be given to those who pre-register.
Q. I am an exhibitor for the event, can I attend the professional development sessions during the day?
A. No, the professional development sessions are for government personnel only and designed to offer the maximum number of Robins AFB personnel access to continuing education credits. Also, you will need to be at your table during the day as the exhibits will be open to Robins AFB personnel throughout the day.
Q. How are the speakers for the professional development sessions chosen, and how do I apply to be a speaker?
A. (ISC)2 is making the selection for presenters based on the abstracts that vendors submit in advance of the event. Interested speakers should contact their NCSI sales representative or email firstname.lastname@example.org. For more information visit the Cyber Forum Speaker Submission page.
Q. What is the dress code for the event?
A. The dress code for attendees is Business Professional.
Q. Will the presentations be posted after the event?
A. (ISC)2 will determine whether the presentations will be posted after the event and where they will be posted. NCSI will notify the attendees once a decision has been made.