RSAC AdvancedU

RSAC AdvancedU logoRSAC AdvancedU is an exciting series of educational programs offered by RSA Conference that teaches cyber-awareness for children, provides outreach to college students to introduce and encourage a career in information security, and supports education throughout the various stages of a career within the industry.  

RSAC AdvancedU includes the following pillars:

RSAC CyberSafety Initiative
The RSAC CyberSafety Initiative aims to raise awareness of the dangers families can face when online. We want to educate and arm parents, caregivers and educations with the knowledge and tools to keep their families safe in our digital world. Past programs include a CyberSafety Village exhibit with non-profit partners and the RSAC CyberSmart Parents Education Workshop.

Note: The RSAC CyberSmart Parents Education Workshop is open to Full Conference passholders only. Also, Reserve A Seat is not available for this workshop.

RSAC Security ScholarRSAC Security Scholar
In its second year, RSAC Security Scholar program works with participating universities to identify 60 college students to attend RSA Conference to learn about the evolving information security industry, forge lasting connections within the community, engage with industry luminaries and participate in unique learning and team building events.

RSAC College Day
RSAC College Day provides college students with free access to RSA Conference on Thursday, including an exclusive breakfast and a College Day Open House where they can meet with industry experts and corporate sponsors to discuss career opportunities.

LoyaltyPlus provides benefits to experienced professionals who have attended five or more Conferences.

Association Credits
Our Association Credits program partners with leading information security education associations such as SANS, ISC2, and ISACA, to give attendees the opportunity to receive Continuing Professional Education credits to maintain critical certifications.

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