Your weekly(ish) CANHEIT update: interesting proposals, a taste of Fort Henry, and registration reminders! 
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CANHEIT 2017: What's your proposal?

We've got some interesting pitches coming in from across the country already, and they've only whetted our appetite for more! From Ontario and points west (get on board, Maritimes! We're counting on you!) we're seeing ideas like...

  • Beyond the Network - Protecting Canadian Universities from Ransomware, Phishing and Malware with a DNS Firewall
  • Establishing an Information Management and Security Program
  • Information Security - From Reactive to Proactive
  • Digital Futures and the Campus
...and more! Even Robert Redford and Demi Moore would agree that these are pretty decent proposals. What's your big idea for CANHEIT 2017? Drop your idea right into our submission system at Ex Ordo now and get ready to share your knowledge in front of an enthusiastic audience of your peers!

Questions? Run your talk ideas past our Program Committee head, Curtis Ireland

Feel like you've got a great idea, but maybe not a full presentation? Don't forget that we're having poster presentations this year as well, and welcome pitches for those alongside your presentation ideas. 
Visit the CANHEIT Program page for a list of topics!

Forts... and knives! 

We just wanted to quickly remind you of one of the social events that we're particularly proud of at this year's conference -- dinner and fireworks at historic Fort Henry on Wednesday, June 14. We'll be organizing private shuttles from both the campus and downtown Kingston, delivering you to this spectacular historic site, and back once the show is over. You'll have a range of food options available to you, including vegetarian/vegan options.

Get all the details on our meal at the Fort on the CANHEIT 2017 social page. In the meantime, here are four fun Fort facts: 

1. It was originally built to thwart Americans during the War of 1812, and repelled American warships.
2. The original fort was destroyed and rebuilt -- bigger than ever -- in the 1830s.
3. The fort has never been directly attacked.
4. Fort Henry has been reported as being haunted... and plays into that reputation every Hallowe'en during its Fort Fright event.

There's never been a better time to register than today! The Early Bird is expiring soon... 
Register here!
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