Connect to the people and ideas that matter. To your growth. To your organization.
What is the most powerful tool to prevent cyberattacks? It’s you. Your ideas, your creativity and your knowledge play a huge role in protecting the digital world. That’s why the theme of RSA Conference 2020 is Human Element.
Check out the Passes & Rates to find the best choice for you. And if you need help convincing your boss, use our tools to help justify your attendance.
Be sure to book your travel plans to include Monday, February 24 – and Sunday, February 23 if you plan to attend a Tutorial or Training – to take advantage of everything that’s happening early in the week.
We’re always looking for new and exciting ways to help RSAC attendees connect to cutting-edge ideas and peers who share their interests. So take a moment to see all of the events, activities and more that will be launching this year.
Changes to RSAC Sandbox
RSAC Engagement Zone
The chance to connect with other attendees in a meaningful way has always been an important aspect of RSAC. So we’re kicking it up a notch with a brand-new space dedicated to helping attendees engage, network and make personal connections with others who share their interests through Braindate, Birds of a Feather sessions, Cooperative Learning roundtables and more.
Hotel Booking Process
As always, RSAC has partnered with area hotels to provide discounted rates. New this year, you’ll receive access to the onPeak hotel booking site after you register for RSAC 2020. If you already registered, please check your confirmation email for access information. Negotiated rates are not available by calling the hotels directly.
We’ve made some changes to help meet your scheduling and budgeting needs. A Full Conference Pass is the only pass that provides everything that RSAC has to offer. The Expo Plus Pass has replaced the Discover Pass and provides admittance to the Expo as well as all of our highly anticipated Innovation Programs and more. The Expo Pass is only available with a code from exhibitors, sponsors or partners.
Our can’t-miss Monday will be back with many new RSAC seminars available to Full Conference Pass holders and Partner All Access seminars that are open to all pass types. So be sure to take an early Monday start into account when making your travel arrangements.
From Open Source Tools to Product Security— see what tracks are making their debut this year. Please note, regular track sessions are only available to Full Conference Pass holders, while Expo Plus and Expo pass holders will have access to Partner Perspectives track sessions.
With Braindate—one of our new offerings within the RSAC Engagement Zone—it’s easier than ever to find and have meaningful conversations with others who share your interests. Braindates are meetups focused on topics proposed by RSAC 2020 Full Conference Pass attendees that will be in the form of one-on-one or small-group conversations of up to seven people.