Partner All Access Seminars

(Open to all pass holders)
CSA Summit: Privacy and Security in the Cloud
8:30 AM – 5:00 PM
With privacy legislation and regulations developing quickly, businesses and governments across the globe must adapt to mitigate their vulnerabilities through proper security measures. In the 11th Cloud Security Alliance Summit at the RSA Conference, thought leaders from enterprises, government and the information security industry will share best practices in cloud privacy and security. 

This content is brought to you by CSA. Open to all pass types. Attendees selecting this seminar will have their contact details shared with CSA. 

DevOps: 2020 DevSecOps Days at RSA Conference
9:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Last year was a turning point for DevSecOps Days at RSA Conference, with over 800 practitioners engaging in the day-long Monday event. This year, the focus will be on how practitioners are handling the transformation to DevSecOps within their company, the types of problems they are surfacing which impeded their progress and how they are getting buy-in from all levels of the company. 

This content is brought to you by DevOps.com. Open to all pass types. Attendees selecting this seminar will have their contact details shared with DevOps.com. 

IAPP: Privacy: Engineering and Standards
9:00 AM – 12:30 PM
Learn from the IAPP about NIST’s new Privacy Framework and how it’s working for early adopters. Hear about ISOs recently released 27701, designed as an extension to ISO/IEC 27001 and 27002 security standards. Gain insights from scholars and practitioners on how privacy engineering can be used to implement a global privacy program to bridge the gap between security, IT, legal and product teams.  

This content is brought to you by IAPP. Open to all pass types. Attendees selecting this seminar will have their contact details shared with IAPP. 

She Speaks Security: Amp Up Your Impact
12:00 PM – 4:00 PM
Empower your inner advocate with a voice and a mission! Hear personal stories of challenges and success, tips and techniques to be heard, and how to have critical conversations with confidence. Take part in table talks and exercises designed to let you practice what you’ve learned. This unique session will bring together women from around the world committed to improving themselves and being heard.
IAPP: CCPA
1:30 PM – 5:00 PM
The California Consumer Privacy Act, will come into effect on January 1, 2020. Organizations are working around the clock to build policies, processes, procedures, and trainings to ensure legal compliance. Security professionals will experience significant challenges from this law. Gain information and advice for how to tackle what you still need to accomplish, and have your questions answered. 

This content is brought to you by IAPP. Open to all pass types. Attendees selecting this seminar will have their contact details shared with IAPP. 

FAIR Institute: A FAIR Approach to Cyber and Technology Risk Measurement
8:00 AM – 12:00 PM
Risk management expectations are evolving, especially with regards to how risk is being measured and communicated. This half-day session will provide clarity on why the industry is evolving toward quantitative methods, as well as the challenges and practical solutions for leveraging these methods.  The emphasis will be on gaining a pragmatic understanding of why, how, and what to avoid.  

This content is brought to you by The FAIR Institute. Open to all pass types. Attendees selecting this seminar will have their contact details shared with the FAIR Institute. 

FAIR Institute: A FAIR Approach to Cyber and Technology Risk Measurement - REPEAT
1:00 PM – 5:00 PM
Risk management expectations are evolving, especially with regards to how risk is being measured and communicated. This half-day session will provide clarity on why the industry is evolving toward quantitative methods, as well as the challenges and practical solutions for leveraging these methods.  The emphasis will be on gaining a pragmatic understanding of why, how, and what to avoid.  

This content is brought to you by The FAIR Institute. Open to all pass types. Attendees selecting this seminar will have their contact details shared with the FAIR Institute. 


RSAC Seminars

(Open to Full Conference and Expo Plus pass holders)
Personal Professional Development for All Career Stages
8:30 AM – 12:00 PM
No two cybersecurity careers follow the same path and many struggle with stress and burnout. This half-day seminar will focus on your professional journey and explore self-care, engaging with different parts of the business, effective communication skills and work relationships, and making the leap into the leadership office. Attendees will leave with tangible recommendations to chart a personal path for success.
Personnel Management and Building Successful Cybersecurity Teams
1:30 PM – 5:00 PM
Diverse, healthy cybersecurity teams are critical to an organization’s success. Join this half-day seminar to learn from global leaders about programs that build culture, effective cross-team communication, nontraditional hiring practices and programs that find extraordinary talent from across generations, geographies and genders to build more effective teams, and how to fortify against talent exfiltration.
Emerging Threats
8:30 AM – 5:00 PM
This seminar will provide a full day of focus on emerging threats such as ransomware, targeted attacks, emerging IoT threats and new aspects of social engineering and deep fake human manipulation. Sessions get inside the minds and motivations of the adversaries, discuss the changing threat landscape, top attack vectors, new and innovative research, and effective response and recovery strategies.
How-To for Innovators and Entrepreneurs
9:00 AM – 12:10 PM
This half-day info-rich seminar will explore lessons learned from 1,000 startups, funding and financing in today’s competitive marketplace, an inside view of what makes a CISO take a shot on a startup, tips and insights from brand makers and marketing gurus on how to rise above the noise. Each segment includes an opportunity for audience members to ask questions of panelists and a networking break.