• “It was great to attend an event that doesn't discuss the technologies and focuses on the real issues.”
  • “It was a very well planned conference, and one of the best infosec days I’ve been to in a while."
  • “Many congratulations on a very successful and highly enjoyable RANT Conference. From an attendees perspective I have nothing but praise and commendation for a job very well done”

Call For Speakers

The team at RANT are always looking for Information Security professionals who would like to take to the RANT Stage and have their say on a topical issue or something that’s bugging them. We call this our Cyber Soapbox, and you will always find a series of them featured at each of our conferences. You do not need to be an accomplished speaker, all we ask is that you have something interesting to say and possess the confidence and passion to give it a go.


  • Value – The session should clearly describe a topical Information security subject matter that the End User audience can relate to.
  • RANT Factor –  The session should be topical, unique and engaging with a little bit humor thrown in for good measure
  • Timeliness – The proposed material should not take any longer than 10-15 minutes to present to the audience.
  • Approach – The session content and style should be tailored to the expectations of the typical RANT audience: Senior End User Information Security Professionals who enjoy the relaxed nature of such an event.


The RANT audience expects unique, thought-provoking content that clearly displays your passion for the industry. RANT sessions typically encourage audience participation, interaction and engagement. Sessions should not be positioned as traditional conference lectures. Sales content is strictly prohibited.

Please send speaker proposals (nothing too extensive) to Gemma on gpaterson {at} for consideration

Please feel free to forward this page to any other interested party should you feel that they could make a suitable contribution to the RANT Programme.

Please note that submitting a proposal will not guarantee selection.