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Sandra Toms

Sandra Toms

VP and Curator, RSA Conference

  • The RSA Conference 2018 Keynote Line-Up

    by Sandra Toms on March 26, 2018

    Each year, we look forward to rounding out and finalizing our keynote line-up which usually happens about a month before RSA Conference and we’re excited to announce this year’s program which will bring forward-thinking, actionable and life-affirming stories to the keynote stage. The topics our speakers will explore range from how artificial intelligence can help or hurt humanity, preparing for…

  • Addressing Diversity at RSA Conference and in the Cybersecurity Industry

    by Sandra Toms on March 5, 2018

    We’ve been listening closely to the recent discussions surrounding the lack of female keynote speakers at RSA Conference, and we want to address it head on. We hear you. We understand. The Conference leadership team is made up of women, like myself, and we’re very much aware of the importance and value of bringing more women’s voices, perspectives and experiences to the forefront of conversations…

  • Embracing the Power of Opportunity During Cyber Security Awareness Month: Stop. Think. Connect.

    by Sandra Toms on October 3, 2016

    October marks National Cyber Security Awareness Month: a great opportunity for all of us to take a moment to think about how we are protecting ourselves in this increasingly connected world. This reminder applies to everyone: from the CISO, to the college student interested in exploring a career in the security industry, to the mom curious how to bridge a conversation with her children about…

  • Expanding the Reach of RSA Conference

    by Sandra Toms on February 2, 2016

    Many of you have been asking the question: why is the cast of CSI Cyber taking the stage this year? Why are they keynoting over someone more ingrained in the industry? As we celebrate our 25-year anniversary, the melding of cybersecurity and pop culture has never been more prevalent. Movies, television and books focus on online activity ranging from credit theft to cyber espionage, and few things…

  • The Reality of Our Registration Twitter Promotion

    by Sandra Toms on January 22, 2016

    As some of you may have seen, a social media plug-in to our encrypted Conference registration system had some of our attendees concerned we were collecting Twitter passwords in our databases. RSA Conference 2016 has not and will not collect or store attendee Twitter password information during its Conference registration process. The “Tweet this” functionality on our encrypted registration page…

  • 25 Years of Talking Security: The RSAC Advisory Board Reflects on the Milestone Anniversary

    by Sandra Toms on January 5, 2016

    In 1991, the first RSA Conference brought together cryptographers to share advancements in Internet security. Leading up to this year’s conference, members of our advisory board took some time to reflect on this milestone anniversary, the past 25 years of the security industry and how RSAC can continue to keep pace with the rapidly expanding cybersecurity world. “The Internet was really just a…

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