Registration is Now OPEN for RSA Conference 2015!

Posted on by Linda Gray Martin

RSAC AttendeesThe holidays are fast approaching and that means another year has flown by. For everyone here at RSA Conference, that also means it’s crunch time as we prepare for the 2015 event. With that, we’re excited to announce registration for RSA Conference 2015 is now open! Be sure to mark your calendars – this year’s event is April 20-24 at our usual location in San Francisco’s Moscone Center.

Each year, RSAC offers attendees countless opportunities to network and learn. It’s a must-attend event packed with keynotes from industry visionaries and guest speakers, over 350 sessions, more than 400 exhibitors, a multitude of special events, networking opportunities, and much, much more.  This year’s guest keynote speakers include:

  • Zak Ebrahim: Nonviolence advocate and lecturer, and author of “The Terrorist’s Son.”
  • Doris Kearns Goodwin: World-renowned Presidential historian, Pulitzer Prize-winning biographer and political commentator.
  • Diana Nyad: Author, motivational speaker and legendary swimmer who made history last year after swimming from Havana to Key West. 

RSAC 2015 will feature several new things, including the launch of our broadcast brand RSAC TV and an updated website to introduce RSA Conference 365, a one-stop shop for all things RSA Conference. You’ll also find expanded benefits for our RSAC LoyaltyPlus members (see if you qualify), fresh session formats, as well as a new and improved RSAC Sandbox.

Last year, RSAC broke its own record with more than 28,500 people in attendance. With so many new features and a slew of amazing speakers, this year’s show is sure to be even bigger and better. Be sure to join us and register here today. Remember, Early Bird pricing is in effect until January 9, so register early and receive a $700 discount. See you on the show floor!

Linda Gray Martin

Senior Vice President, RSA Conference

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