Peer2Peer Sessions, Crowdsourced Content, an All New Sandbox and Much More!

Posted on by Linda Gray Martin

Attendees Program GuideWe’re just a few months away from RSA Conference and planning is well underway. This year’s show is sure to be bigger and better than ever, and we’re particularly excited to announce new session formats, a revamped Sandbox and other features. Here’s a sneak peak at some of the show’s returning favorites and new additions…

Our popular Peer2Peer sessions are back. These highly interactive gatherings are an opportunity for attendees who share a common interest to explore various security issues and topics. We’re still looking for facilitators but our January 28th deadline is fast approaching. If you’re interested in leading one of these discussions, be sure to check out our Peer2Peer tips for submissions.

Next up, we have an all new feature – Crowdsourced sessions. Year after year we receive a flood of high-quality speaker submissions and it’s always a challenge to choose the best ones because we receive so many quality submissions. For RSAC 2015, we’re sharing some of that challenge and opening up the judging to our industry peers. We’re looking for unique sessions that will get the audience talking and keep everyone engaged. If you want the opportunity to rally your peers and participate in a crowdsourced session, we begin accepting submissions on January 29th.  

Last but not least, we’ll be unveiling our revamped Sandbox. After our Innovation Sandbox Contest wraps up, the competition area will transform into an area filled with opportunities for experiential learning and networking. Improve your network security skills by joining the hands-on SANS NetWars or get your caffeine fix at the Cybrew Coffee Bar. Regardless of when you swing by The Sandbox, there will be abundant opportunities to discover new solutions and share your perspective with colleagues. 

Those are just a few of this year’s highlights. We’ll also be launching RSAC TV, our very own recording studio showing the best content from the conference. The information security industry is constantly evolving and there is always something new to learn. Don’t miss the opportunity to join thousands of your peers at the industry’s biggest conference. If you haven’t yet, register for RSA Conference 2015 today.

Linda Gray Martin

Chief of Staff, RSAC & Senior Vice President, RSA Conference

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