Cyber Science 2020 will take place over 5 days from June 15th – 19th. Last week, we provided tips on how to network at a virtual conference. With Cyber Science covering 18 tracks across 2 parallel sessions, there’s a lot to take in at this 5 day conference. To help, we’re giving you 5 tips to make the most out of your time at the conference.
1. Check out the Cyber Science 2020 keynotes & authors & download the conference program
The full list of keynotes and authors can be found in our conference guide. Here, you can find more information about each of the keynotes and the content of each presentation. We recommend downloading a PDF of the conference guide which you can then refer to throughout the week. The conference guide gives you easy access to information about keynotes, authors and industry panelists and about the ongoing work of C-MRiC.
2. Make a schedule for yourself
Ahead of the event, make sure to check out the conference schedule and make note of keynote and author presentations you want to attend. Our schedule is broken down by track for easy navigation, with sessions ranging from Deep Learning to Blockchain. Adding a reminder to your calendar is a useful way of making sure you don’t miss out on a certain track.
3. Make the most of on demand video
Missed a track? Don’t worry, all keynote and author presentations will become available on demand in our attendee area. This is available only to registered attendees of the conference. Watching on demand is a perfect way to make the most of your time at the conference if you missed out on a presentation or were attending another parallel session.
4. Utilise social media & virtual coffee breaks
The schedule for Cyber Science 2020 was designed to be work from home friendly. We recognise that a full day of virtual events can be tiring, so we’ve scheduled plenty of breaks to allow you to grab a cup of coffee, refresh and to engage with other attendees over on our Slack channel. We’ll be posting throughout the conference on our Twitter & LinkedIn profiles using the hashtag #CyberScience2020. Be sure to join in and make new connections!
5. Engage with fellow attendees and authors on Slack
As mentioned, our virtual coffee breaks are the perfect opportunity to engage with other attendees, reach out to authors and to participate in discussions outside of Webinar Q&As. The Cyber Science 2020 Slack channel is ideal for this, and signup details can be found in your member’s area after registration.
Cyber Science 2020
It’s just over a week until the launch of Cyber Science 2020. This years conference will be delivered virtually and will run from 15-19 of June.
Don’t miss out on our impressive lineup of keynotes, industry & authors will join from around the world to share a global perspective on cyber risk, cyber security, cyber crime, cloud, blockchain, IoT and more.
Registration is still open at the link below.