International Events Terms & Conditions

By registering for any RSA Conference™ (“RSA Conference”) International Event including RSAC CISO Boot Camp (CBC) and/or RSAC eFraud Global Forum (eFG), you agree to the following terms and conditions.


RSA Conference LLC (“RSAC”) reserves the right to update and change any part or all these Registration Terms and Conditions at any time without notifying you first. If any changes to these Registration Terms and Conditions have a material effect on the privacy of individuals, RSAC will follow applicable privacy regulation obligations. If RSAC updates or changes these Registration Terms and Conditions, the updated Registration Terms and Conditions will be posted on the RSA Conference website. By registering for RSA Conference, you hereby consent to these Registration Terms and Conditions and agree to be bound by them.


Attendees must be at least 18 years of age to attend RSA Conference and all related events, including evening events. RSAC, where applicable, provides technology and/or event related services in accordance with all applicable laws within the United States and in other jurisdictions where it conducts business. As such, RSAC may prohibit an individual from a restricted country or territory from RSA Conference registration. All decisions are in RSAC’s sole discretion and shall be considered final.

CANCELLATION:  RSAC takes no responsibility for any damages, costs, or losses should RSAC or you cancel or change your registration or if an RSA Conference event is cancelled or postponed. Please remember that canceling or changing your registration will not automatically cancel any hotel and travel arrangements you made. You are solely responsible for canceling your own hotel and travel reservations. 

For the avoidance of doubt, RSAC may cancel your registration at any time for convenience without any liability.


Requests for attendee substitutions must be made in writing by the original registrant to Please note:

  • The substituted individual must be from the same organization as the original registrant.
  • A maximum of one (1) substitution per original registrant is allowed.


It is your sole responsibility to take care of visa requirements. If you require an entry visa, you must allow sufficient time for the visa application procedure.


You understand that participation in events and travel will increase your risk of, exposure to, and contraction of, communicable diseases, bacteria, agents, and viruses such as COVID-19. Regarding COVID-19, you acknowledge and understand that COVID-19 is a highly contagious and dangerous disease that spreads easily through person-to-person contact. You further acknowledge and accept that participating in RSA Conference carries with it certain inherent risks that cannot be eliminated regardless of the care taken to avoid such risks, that there is presently no known way to provide complete protection from the virus, and that you could contract COVID-19 even though RSA Conference has taken reasonable steps to prevent the risk of transmission of COVID-19. By participating in RSA Conference, you assume these risks and agree to release and hold harmless RSA Conference and the venue, and their respective employees, agents, subcontractors, and representatives from any damages, losses, injuries, liabilities, claims, and expenses arising from the contraction or spread of communicable diseases, bacteria, agents, and viruses such as COVID-19, due to your travel to, from, or participation in any aspect of RSA Conference. This obligation is binding on you and on your successors and heirs.


In its sole discretion and without refund or liability, RSAC reserves the right to refuse admittance to or expel from RSA Conference anyone that it determines is behaving in a manner that could be disruptive to RSA Conference or any other attendee.


A government issued photo ID is required to collect RSA Conference credentials/badges. Photocopies and electronic copies are not considered an acceptable form of ID. RSA Conference-issued credentials are the sole property of RSAC and must be surrendered upon demand to RSAC and/or its representatives or agents. 

While onsite at RSA Conference or designated off-site activities, RSA Conference-issued credentials must be prominently displayed. Badge swapping and/or sharing is strictly prohibited. Any attendee found using another attendee’s badge or loaning out their badge to another individual will have the badge confiscated and will be removed from the premises, with the other individual.


Suitcasing, outboarding, guerilla marketing, or similar marketing tactics are prohibited at RSA Conference. RSAC reserves the right in its sole discretion to remove any individual from RSA Conference who is reported to be soliciting during RSA Conference.


The use of drones/unmanned aerial vehicles (“UAV”) is strictly prohibited at all times throughout the entire venue and the adjacent areas outside of the venue. UAV’s are devices that are used or intended to be used for flight in the air with no onboard pilot (either controlled manually or through an autopilot using a data link to connect the pilot to the UAV). 


Any unauthorized effort to intercept digital data is strictly prohibited, such as:

  • Collecting electronically transmitted data without consent of the owner of that data, or
  • Collecting electronically transmitted data with consent of the data owner, but under fictitious pretenses.

This includes but is not limited to the following technologies used when collecting data under deceptive or nonconsensual means:

  • RFID/radio-frequency identification
  • NFC/Near-field communication
  • Bluetooth wireless technology
  • Wi-Fi technology


For information about RSAC’s privacy policy, see


RSA Conference has the right to take photographs during the event and to use these photographs for marketing purposes. No remuneration will be provided for use of your image.

Video and audio recording of RSAC content is strictly prohibited unless you have obtained express written consent from RSAC.


Your data (name, title and company name) may be included in the RSAC event Program Guide, which is available to other RSAC event attendees and sponsors. You agree that this is confidential information and you will only use this information for networking with other attendees. You agree you will not distribute this information to any third party or market to another attendee without their express consent.


You must adhere to RSAC’s Code of Conduct available at RSAC will enforce this code and expects cooperation from all RSA Conference participants (e.g., attendees, speakers, sponsors, event organizers) to help promote a safe and enjoyable RSA Conference experience for everyone.

The views expressed by any RSA Conference attendee, speaker, exhibitor, or sponsor are not necessarily those of RSAC. All RSA Conference attendees, speakers, exhibitors, and sponsors are solely responsible for the content of any and all individual or presentations, marketing collateral, advertising, and online Web content.


RSAC shall not be held responsible for any delay or failure in performance of its obligations hereunder to the extent such delay or failure is caused by fire, flood, strike, civil, governmental, or military authority, acts of God, acts of terrorism, acts of war, pandemic, contagions, health crises, travel restrictions, epidemics, the availability of the venue (if applicable), or other similar causes beyond its reasonable control and without the fault or negligence of RSAC or its subcontractors such as power grid failures, internet outages, cyber warfare, cyber-attacks, ransomware attacks, cyber sabotage, civil war, sabotage or piracy. RSAC does not accept any liability on account of unavailability, interruptions, errors, or viruses, or harmful components. For one or more of such reasons, RSAC may postpone, reschedule, or cancel RSA Conference without liability on the part of RSAC. In the event RSA Conference cannot be held or is postponed pursuant to this section, RSAC shall not be liable to attendee for any damages, costs, or losses incurred, such as transportation costs, accommodations costs, or financial losses. RSA Conference Organizer will review refund and/or fee transfer requests, submitted in writing, for approval on a situational basis.

Updated: May 4, 2024