RSA Conference APJ Postponed Until 2022

Posted on by Linda Gray Martin

As RSA Conference US winds down every year, we quickly pivot our focus to the Asia Pacific and Japan event. Bringing RSA Conference to the APJ region has been a privilege for us, and it’s one that we very much hoped we would be able to experience with our attendees in July. While we see a proverbial light at the end of this pandemic tunnel, we must continue to focus on ensuring the health and safety of our attendees. To that end, we have decided that RSA Conference will not host RSA Conference Asia Pacific and Japan (APJ) this July and will resume in 2022.

RSAC 2021, our virtual event is fast approaching in May, and our goal is to truly be able to serve the world with the programming we have planned. Through our rich agenda, filled with interactive learning experiences from Learning Labs to Birds of a Feather to hundreds of traditional sessions, a Digital Expo and peer networking, we will deliver on our promise to bring a truly global virtual experience to the cybersecurity community. Whether you’re joining us from APJ or somewhere else in the world, much of our content will be available onDemand to accommodate attendees across multiple time zones.

If you were hoping to attend RSA Conference APJ this year, we encourage you--whether you’re a newcomer or a veteran--to explore the opportunities available to you at our May event, where you can learn from some of the greatest minds in the security industry, regardless of physical location. In addition to speakers from around the globe, attendees from APJ will also find dozens of sessions across multiple tracks delivered by speakers from the region including Pinata Time: Why We Should All Start Bashing Mules!, Multi-Cloud Security Monitoring and CIS Benchmarks Evaluation at Scale, Android Rootkits: Analysis from Userland and Kernell and a keynote from Darren Kane nbn Australia’s CSO: Spanning the Globe: The State of the Industry from the People Who Run It.

For more information on our virtual event, RSA Conference 2021, please visit our website.

Linda Gray Martin

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

RSAC Insights Professional Development & Personnel Management Business Perspectives

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