Call for Papers

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The 2022 UK Cyber Week call for papers is now open!

We’re looking for sessions from the community that fall into any of the following categories:

Cyber security for business leaders

Seminars to help leaders from all industries understand the increasingly complex nature of the cyber security landscape. Uncover the challenges and the potential of cyber security, along with the vocabulary and frameworks to support strategic decision making to secure their organisations' cyber-resilient future. 

Cybersecurity for IT Professionals and Cyber Professionals

Application Security | DevSecOps | Cloud Security | Cryptography and Quantum Cryptography | Forensics and Incident Response | Exploit Development | Hardware and Firmware | Human Factors & Social Engineering | Malware Analysis, Detection and Remediation | Mobile Vulnerabilities | Network Security | Open Source Hacking Tools | Policy | Reverse Engineering.

Submissions - Important Dates

Call for Papers Opened

January 14, 2022

Call for Papers Closes

March 18, 2022


April 29, 2022

Session Format

Seminar sessions are presented in 30 minutes, Panel or Deep Dive Sessions are 45 minuteswe will provide audio and visual systems.


Track Description

Determine which subject area your submission falls under. Please see above and select accordingly..

Technical Level

We operate a seminar grading system to illustrate how accessible the content will be to the audience, so please do include the complexity level for your suggestion.

Those technical/complexity levels are:

We all have to start somewhere, and if you’re a business leader we’re not going to overwhelm you with acronyms or specialist subjects. This is the stream for you if you’re dipping your toes into cyber for the first time. Here, we’ll show you how your business can be affected and give you the basics. 

So, you’ve got a little bit of cyber know how but there’s definitely some gaps left in your knowledge? If you know what a firewall is and how Ransomware can impact your business, but that’s about it – then this is a session for you.

Level 3: IT SAVVY
You might work in the IT department and you are familiar with things like Cyber Essentials. You know what WannaCry was and wish more people would use 2FA. You do have some parts of your role that require cyber security skills.

You are a technical IT professional. You are professionally involved in keeping your organisation secure and whilst it isn’t your full time job, you need to know how cyber is evolving - people depend on you.

Level 5: CYBER PRO
You are a certified cybersecurity professional. Infosec is what you do, so you’re looking for high quality insight from industry leaders and change-makers. No problem, stop by these sessions to level-up your cyber knowledge.

You know if you’re level 6.

Submission Requirement

  • Please ensure each submission includes detailed biographies of the speaker including qualifications, company/ institute and previous events spoken at.
  • Submissions may not include product or sales pitches.
  • Submissions must clearly show the concept, findings or research that is planned to be presented.
  • Submissions must include a short abstract detailing the concepts, findings and research that is to be presented.
  • Submissions that highlight brand new information, include white papers or case studies will be preferred.
  • More than one submission may be submitted, but please use a separate email.

All applicants must read and agree to the Call for Papers Terms prior to making a submission.

Call For Papers Terms


If you have any questions or encounter issues please get in touch.