RSAC’s Diversity & Inclusion Guiding Principles
- Governance: Seeking input and guidance from the community on issues and concerns for the community, including D&I
- Experience: Ensuring RSA Conference is a welcoming, safe and comfortable space for all
- Programming: Programming content and activities that create an environment for positive and inclusive dialogue and valuable
- Investment: Investing in solutions and partnerships that address the roots of bias and exclusion
Diversity & Inclusion Programs
Governance: Seeking input and guidance from the community
The Advisory Board members themselves are from diverse professional and individual backgrounds as a way to expand the Board’s relevancy to the entire cybersecurity community.
Experience: Ensuring RSA Conference is a welcoming, safe and comfortable space for all
Programming: Content and activity that creates an environment for positive and inclusive dialogue, bringing all voices together
Ensure the language in our Call for Speakers is inclusive and encourages diverse points of view and backgrounds, and is promoted across our community, including to various affinity groups to encourage their participation.
On the keynote stages, we will not have any all-male panels. We also provide guidance to our sponsors to encourage them to use their sessions as a platform for more expansive perspectives, identities and backgrounds.
We will continue to hold our annual RSAC Women’s Networking Reception at both RSAC USA and RSAC APJ.
There will be a focus on content that addresses personal and professional development, building successful cybersecurity teams, and retaining talent.
The promotion of affinity group meet-ups designed to bring together like-minded people.