Joseph (J.B.) Blankenship | February 22, 2013
For the last 21 years, security professionals have gathered for the annual RSA Conference to share knowledge and learn about the latest advancements in IT security. Next week, thousands of IT security professionals will gather in San Francisco, CA to learn about the latest security developments, listen to keynotes, visit with vendors and see old colleagues.
For those of us who have worked in IT security for a while, RSA is a homecoming of sorts. We squeeze in time between meetings, sessions and show floor hours to spend time with people with whom we once worked, share war stories and catch up on what they are doing now. It’s an exciting time for that, and I am really looking forward to seeing some old colleagues while I’m there.
Increasing Security Knowledge
Of course, there’s much more to RSA than just catching up with coworkers and friends. It’s also about sharing knowledge and increasing our knowledge of security.
This year’s theme, “Security in Knowledge” is especially apropos for Solutionary. From the RSA Conference 2013 web site:
Data by itself is nothing but a collection of facts and figures, letters and numbers. However, when ignited by understanding and context, data can become so much more.
Giving context to security data is exactly what we do here at Solutionary via our patented, cloud-based ActiveGuard® service platform. By adding context to security data, you can gain the knowledge needed to make better and faster security decisions. You can learn more by downloading our white paper “Contextual Security Provides Actionable Intelligence” or viewing a recording of our webinar, “Security Context Delivers Actionable Intelligence.”
Visit Solutionary at RSA Conference 2013 – Booth #344
If you have questions or want to talk in person, Solutionary is exhibiting at RSA Conference 2013. If you’re heading out to RSA next week, stop by booth #344. I’ll be there along with some of my very knowledgeable Solutionary colleagues, including members of our Security Engineering Research Team (SERT) and many of our blog team members. If you enjoy our blogs, come out and meet some of us in person.
We’ll also be doing drawings to win an iPad®mini each day, and we’ll be pre-viewing portions of our upcoming annual threat report.
Next week will be a busy, exhausting and fun-filled week. Come be a part of it with us. See you in San Francisco.
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