Getting Ready for RSA Conference 2016: The New Discover Pass & More


Posted on by Jennifer Lawinski

RSA ConferenceBefore you know it, we’ll all be in San Francisco for this year’s RSA Conference. For those of you that are still making your travel plans and trying to sort out your schedule, we’d like to highlight a few changes to this year’s event.

This year marks the 25th anniversary of the RSA Conference, and the event will be bigger and better than ever before. We’ve taken your feedback from past events into account and hope you find this year’s conference even more enriching—and entertaining! After all, Sheryl Crow will be playing at this year’s Codebreakers Bash.

One change we’d like to make sure you notice is the change in conference passes. In addition to the Full Conference Pass, which gives you access to everything RSA Conference has to offer, and the Expo Pass, which can get you on the show floor, we’ve created a Discover Pass.

“Each year, we want to make sure we’re evolving to meet the needs of our attendees.  After reviewing our different registration pass types, and the offerings in each, we decided to re-vamp our Expo Plus pass to the Discover pass, creating more valuable opportunities and experiences for the pass holders,” says Linda Gray, RSA Conference’s general manager.

Discover PassWhat does the Discover Pass get you? In addition to admittance to Keynotes Tuesday through Friday, you’ll be able to attend select sessions, events like the Innovation Sandbox contest and the Codebreakers Bash.

You can compare passes here.

This year we’ve also expanded the Learning Labs and are offering Focus-On Sessions, which bring back popular speakers and topics for smaller group discussions.

 We hope to see you in San Francisco! And if you’re attending for the first time, we’ll be hosting a webcast on February 16, 2016, to help you get the most out of your RSA Conference experience: Know Before You Go - Your RSAC 2016 Attack Plan.


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