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Call For Speakers

Speaker Proposal Guidelines

 

The LATAM and Iberia Fraud forum’s steering committee is opening a call for speaking proposals. The chosen topic and abstract should frame a discussion on which panelists and participants can engage. Presentations may cover a wide range of relevant subject matter, including best practices, new fraud challenges and innovative solutions to protect against cyberattacks. You may also present success stories, processes or case studies which provide new insights on financial fraud prevention and related cybersecurity aspects in Latin America and/or Iberia.  There is no cost to speak at this event.

Presentation Guidelines:

  • Each presentation (including Q&A) should be no longer than 45 minutes.

  • Proposals must be submitted to info@latamfraudforum.org, no later than February 1, 2019, by 5pm EST.

  • The steering committee will review the proposals and notify those selected for presentation by February 15, 2019.

 

Submission Template – Guidelines

  • Contact Information: Full Name, Company, Position, Email Address, Phone Number.

  • Length: The proposal should not exceed one page.

  • Font Style: Arial; Size: 11; Justified; Standard Spacing.

  • Length of Title: 15 words.

  • Length of Abstract: 50 words.

  • Length of Session Summary: 250 words.

 

Criteria for Selection

Proposal must fulfill the following set of criteria, in order to be considered:

  • Focus: In your abstract and summary, you must clearly focus on practical issues pertaining to fraud prevention in Latin America and/or Iberia.

  • Relevance: In your abstract and summary, it must be clear how your audience can apply what you say to their own operations in Latin America and/or Iberia.

  • Clarity: Your title should communicate what you are going to talk about to your potential audience. In your abstract and summary, you must clearly state exactly what you are going to talk about in an organized and coherent manner. Moreover, the structure of the presentation must be specified.