Showing Blog Posts: 1–9 of 9 tagged RSA Conference 2019

  • The Initial RSA Conference 2019 Keynote Line-Up

    by Sandra Toms on December 14, 2018

    It’s still December and we’re already talking RSA Conference 2019 keynotes. That’s because we’re incredibly proud of our lineup and just couldn’t wait to tell you. Call it our holiday gift ;) As you may have heard, we’re doing things a little differently at this year’s Conference and that includes keynotes. New to 2019, we will have two keynote stages instead of the typical one. The West Stage…

  • An Update from San Francisco

    by Joe D’Alessandro on December 6, 2018

    Hi, I 'm Joe D’Alessandro, President and CEO of the San Francisco Travel Association. As the official destination marketing organization for the city of San Francisco, our company is dedicated to not only promoting San Francisco as a visitor destination, but also to ensuring San Francisco is the most compelling destination in the world. We work closely with the events team at RSAC each year in…

  • Reviewing, Renewing, Rethinking: Security Strategy and Architecture

    by Merlin Namuth on November 26, 2018

    Security strategy and architecture was on the minds of many security practitioners, as we received a large number of speaking proposals for this track. Standing out among the submissions are topics addressing how to manage everything from the basics of security and architecture to emerging technologies and the resulting questions and issues to ponder and debate. Facing the strong likelihood of a…

  • New Additions to the RSAC Advisory Board

    by Sandra Toms on November 13, 2018

    It’s with great pleasure that we announce nine new additions to the RSA Conference Advisory Board today! I am overjoyed to welcome these seasoned and savvy cybersecurity industry folks into the fold as valued members of our Board while we head towards another exciting chapter in RSA Conference’s storied history. This is an exciting part of our new diversity and inclusion (D&I) rollout, which was…

  • What’s on Our Minds for 2019? Key Themes for the Hackers and Threats track

    by Greg Day on November 13, 2018

    Like many of my peers, at the end of each year, I get asked to give my perspective as to what may happen in the coming year. Ironically, I’ve just completed a far more valuable task: the RSA Conference 2019 committee speaker selection, for which I’m very honoured to be a part. The process of vetting nearly 400 submissions delivers valuable insight into what industry luminaries believe will impact…

  • Diversity and Inclusion Principles for RSAC 2019

    by Sandra Toms on November 13, 2018

    I am pleased to announce today that we have unveiled our new diversity & inclusion (D&I) initiative which includes a host of new efforts around four guiding principles focused on making certain today and tomorrow’s RSA Conference experience is one where all are included in the conversation. RSA Conference is, and has always been, about bringing all people in the cybersecurity industry together and…

  • Unveiling Top 10 RSA Conference 2019 Speaking Submission Trends, Part 2

    by Britta Glade on November 9, 2018

    Part one of this blog mini-series looked at the first five trends. Now we take a look at trends six through ten. 6. Communication This is another topic that’s been explored in past submissions but seemed to hit a crescendo this year: organizations, and individuals/departments within organizations, “talking past” each other. The terms “bi-lingual” and “lost in translation” were used in more…

  • Unveiling Top 10 RSA Conference 2019 Speaking Submission Trends, Part 1

    by Britta Glade on November 7, 2018

    Using the almost 2,200 submissions as a proxy for the state of the industry, the cybersecurity community appears to be vibrant and ready to engage in detail we don’t recall seeing before, with enterprise users in particular willing to share more depth and specifics. In a word, to quote our theme, we appear to be better than we’ve ever been in terms of interest in sharing, engaging, and really…

  • RSA Conference 2019 Theme: Better

    by Sandra Toms on August 22, 2018

    One of the most exciting and invigorating times of the year for the RSA Conference team is putting our collective heads together to brainstorm, select and develop a new theme for the upcoming year. We tackle this process armed with all of the verbatims and comments our attendees, sponsors, speakers, exhibitors and entire staff take the time to provide at the end of Conference. As I mentioned in a…

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