RSA Conference 2016 Abu Dhabi: Know Before You Go

Posted on by Jennifer Lawinski

RSA Conference 2016 Abu Dhabi kicks off in just a few weeks, and we've created a program that brings together some of the sharpest cybersecurity minds on the international scene to share information, network with peers, and learn about the latest and greatest new technologies. 

The week kicks off with our Learning Lab and Security Foundations Seminar on Monday. Cyber-Crisis Response—Live Exercise Scenario is an exercise designed to explore how governments, the private sector, and others can work together to respond to a crisis with direct impact on human life, public safety and key markets. The Security Foundations Seminar is a full-day program designed for those new to the world of cybersecurity, and it will help you make the most out of your RSA Conference experience. 

On Tuesday and Wednesday, you'll have more than 40 track sessions to choose from (if you need help choosing, we have some recommendations) that cover everything from deception tactics to smart city security to ransomware. And we have put together an outstanding roster of keynote addresses. RSA President Amit Yoran will talk about transforming cybersecurity by changing perspectives. You can see more about the keynote speakers here: RSA Conference Keynotes.

Our closing keynote address will be a special treat. Formula One executive Mark Gallagher and driver Mika Hakkinen will give an talk on Risk Management in F1--Team Work & Technology at 350 kph. It's sure to be exciting! 

And don't forget to block time to walk the Vendor Showcase to check out the latest products from some of the world's top vendors. 

Please join us 15-16 November 2016 in Abu Dhabi! And be sure to take some time to familiarize yourself with what to expect at the Emirates Palace from our General Manager Linda Gray. We hope to see you there!

You can register for the even here:

Jennifer Lawinski

Director of Social Media & Community, Arculus

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