What could you learn at this year’s RSA Conference?

Last updated: 10 February 2017

The 2017 RSA Conference is rapidly approaching. If you are not familiar with the RSA conference, it is the leading information security conference and exposition in the world. The conference gathers top information security experts to address critical cyber security issues through debate and shared learning. The RSA Conference continues to bring thousands of cybersecurity professionals together to learn about new approaches to info security, discover the latest technology and interact with top security leaders and pioneers.

This year’s conference theme “Power of Opportunity” is very relevant with the year we had in 2016. According to the breach level index, close to 6 billion records have been breached since 2013. We saw a rise in data breaches, large scale DDoS attacks and ransomware. Furthermore, the U.S. just concluded an election that consisted of email hacks, comprised voter registration systems and suspicion of international cyber espionage. Now more than ever, it is vital for today’s IT security professionals to stay up to date on security trends and what better way to stay up to date then attending the largest cybersecurity conference in North America.

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If you will be at the RSA Conference at the Moscone Center in San Francisco, CA from February 13th – February 17th, make sure to stop by the Gemalto booth, #1907, in South Hall to learn about how we can help your organization Secure the Breach in three steps – encrypting your sensitive data, managing your encryption keys, and regulating access to your data and applications.

Also at the booth, make sure to see live presentations and demos of our industry leading data protection solutions. In addition, interact with our life size yarn wall to weave in your security story!

You do not want to miss out on the biggest cybersecurity conference of the year. Don’t have a pass yet? Visit Gemalto’s RSA Conference Hub to get your free expo pass.

We hope to see you in San Francisco! Until then, visit Gemalto’s RSA Conference Hub or connect with us @GemaltoSecurity on Twitter.

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