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Membership and collaboration facilitated by Member 365.

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Membership and collaboration facilitated by Member 365.

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The Colloquium for Information System Security Education (CISSE) has supported the growth of Cybersecurity education for over two decades. Once a year, educators come together to collaborate on projects, research and Journal publication opportunities. Basic membership is still included with your registration for our annual conference, or can be purchased separately for a nominal fee.

Benefits

Membership will include a single portal for membership and conference registration. It will also include a searchable database containing your profile, area of expertise, resume, publication record, and employer. The portal experience offers a myriad of features to manage your professional profile, so your accomplishments and milestones can be maintained with relative ease.

Your membership information is yours to customize, it will be widely available, and you can provide a ton of information about yourself or company. Members of the public can search the database to select members as subject matter experts, or search it to find the academic institution they might want to attend. You may also opt out of any information sharing and simply enjoy using this portal to register for our conference or submit your papers for review. Please find a detailed description of each level of membership below and follow the links to our new membership portal.

Membership features are provided by Member 365.

Individual Membership

Bronze

$45 / yearly
  • Basic profile on our website
  • Access to the membership portal

Gold

$100 / yearly
  • Enhanced profile on our website
  • Post resume and publications
  • Discounted conference registration

Academic Institutions

Bronze

$200 / yearly
  • Basic profile on our website
  • Access to the membership portal
  • Post job openings

Gold

$600 / yearly
  • Enhanced profile on our website
  • Access to the membership portal
  • Post job openings
  • 3 Gold memberships for faculty / staff

Platinum

$1,200 / yearly
  • Enhanced profile on our website
  • Access to the membership portal
  • Post job openings
  • 5 Gold memberships for faculty / staff
  • 1 exhibitor registration (annual conference)

Industry

Bronze

$200 / yearly
  • Basic profile on our website
  • Access to the membership portal
  • Post job openings

Gold

$600 / yearly
  • Enhanced profile on our website
  • Access to the membership portal
  • Post job openings
  • 3 Gold memberships for faculty / staff

Platinum

$1,200 / yearly
  • Enhanced profile on our website
  • Access to the membership portal
  • Post job openings
  • 5 Gold memberships for faculty / staff
  • 1 exhibitor registration (annual conference)

Questions regarding membership? Please email:
Operations Manager
inquiry@thecolloquium.org

The Colloquium recognizes that the protection of information and infrastructures that are used to create, store, process, and communicate information is vital to business continuity and security. The Colloquium's goal is to work together to define current and emerging requirements for information assurance education and to influence and encourage the development and expansion of information assurance curricula, especially at the graduate and undergraduate levels.

As a 501(c)(3), CISSE relies on member support. If you value our mission of service, please consider making a donation.

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