Visit our Events in Crypto Commons for additional activities.
|Orientation||Expo Hall Pub Crawl||“Dinner for 6”||Flash Talks Powered by PechaKucha|
|Welcome Reception||Cyber Security School Challenge||Security Cinema||RSA® Conference Codebreakers Bash|
|“Dinner for 6”|
Welcome Delegate! Join us at Orientation to discover what's new at RSA Conference 2012 and make the most out of your week. RSA Conference 2012 is the place to explore more than 220 expert-led sessions. Discover emerging trends. Connect with security's best and brightest. Join discussion groups, special events, and live demos.
Open to Delegate registrants only.
Kick off your RSA Conference 2012 experience at the Welcome Reception. Enjoy food and drinks and get exclusive access to the exhibitors you’ve been waiting to meet; network with peers as you preview cutting-edge products from more than 350 leading information security companies.
Open to Delegate and Expo Plus registrants only.
Participate in this 1 hour Pub Crawl! Visit sponsoring companies, get your badge scanned, and learn about their latest products, services, and innovations. You’ll have a choice of beer or wine at bars located at their booths (soda and water will also be offered). Check back soon for a list of participating sponsors
Hosted by the Executive Women's Forum, program founder.
When we were young, a simple lock gave all the protection we needed and passwords were required only to enter childhood forts. Today’s connected world creates new safety risks for kids. But you can change that. Kids need security professionals, like you, to volunteer to teach them how to stay safe online and how to use the Internet in ways that won't jeopardize their privacy or damage their reputations. A few hours of your time could mean a lifetime of safety to a child. Come join the Cyber Security School Challenge and utilize programs developed by the National Cyber Security Alliance (staysafeonline.org),(ISC)² and Carnegie Mellon University to start giving back to the schools in your community. Hear how your peers at Nationwide teamed up to win the 2011 Cyber Security School Challenge. Hosted by the Executive Women's Forum, program founder.
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Meet, mingle, network and dine with colleagues and peers. Share ideas and conversation while you experience a unique San Francisco restaurant on Tuesday, February 28 or Wednesday, February 29. We’ve pre-reserved tables at a number of restaurants throughout the City by the Bay where single diners or small groups can enjoy a non-hosted dinner with other Conference attendees. “Dinner for 6” reservation slots are open to all registrants; however, space is limited and you must sign up on-site at the Conference Concierge desk in advance and obtain a confirmation slip to attend.
Join us on Wednesday, February 29th for a night at the movies. The votes are in and we will be showing Die Hard 4: Live Free or Die Hard. Hosted in Crypto Commons, Security Cinema will be a fun evening to kick back, mingle with your peers, munch on popcorn and enjoy a great flick.
Open to Delegate and Expo Plus attendees.
PechaKucha (PK) events were devised in Tokyo in 2003. Drawing its name from the Japanese term for the sound of "chit chat", PK rests on a presentation format that is based on a simple idea: 20 images x 20 seconds (total presentation length – 6 minutes, 40 seconds). PK events are fast-paced to keep interest levels high. Witness high-energy presentations, like you've never seen before, from some of the biggest names in the industry:
Share stories, indulge in fabulous food and drinks, enjoy live entertainment and kick up your heels on the dance floor at the must-attend party of the week at the Marriott Marquis just a few blocks from Moscone Center.
Open to Delegate registrants only; Delegate One-Day registrant must be a Thursday Pass for admission.