In 2019, RSA Conference offered over 42,000 attendees:
31 keynote presentations from leading cybersecurity experts, more than 740 speakers across 621 sessions and over 700 presenting companies on the expo floors.
Cybersecurity strategist Niloofar Razi Howe kicked off the week with a theoretical talk with RSA President Rohit Ghai about the evolution of trust over the next 30 years. Together, they touched on the reality that the most effective security in the near future will be powered by both humans and artificial intelligence algorithms. Our vetted experts on The Cryptographers' Panel decrypted it all, sharing their thoughts on how cryptography has evolved in the face of the Internet and discussing what the future holds in the face of hyperconnectivity and digital transformation. At the RSAC Innovation Sandbox Contest, Axonius had a big-time win, taking home the title of “RSAC Most Innovative Startup 2019.” What else was on the collective minds of RSAC 2019 attendees? Everything from solving the talent shortage and the emerging field of public interest technology, to emerging attack techniques, threat hunting and DevSecOps.