The annual RSA Conference has officially wrapped and while everyone is recovering from the whirlwind week, it’s time to recap what went on at this year’s event.As security PR practitioners, we act as our
GDPR and Data Privacy: With the GDPR going into effect next month, RSA offered a wealth of education about how to comply with the complex privacy law including a plethora of “get smart” options on the agenda. From presenters underscoring GDPR’s impact to a number of companies unveiling various solutions specifically designed to address it, GDPR was a big topic of conversation at the event and continues to be a hot topic in the infosec field.
With the timing of RSA 2018 happening on the heels of the data privacy scandal at Facebook and the platform laying out changes to comply with GDPR, which InkHouse’s Hannah McGoldrick discusses in this blog post - there was no shortage of experts weighing in on current security- and privacy-related issues that are top of mind today.
Government and Election Security: From WannaCry to NotPetya, over the past few
Secretary of the Department of Homeland Security Kirstjen Nielsen also spoke at RSA addressing strategies the "DHS is using to reach its cybersecurity goals to protect the country's citizens and organizations from
Emerging Technologies: RSA 2018 gave us a plethora of emerging technology trends to choose from. Here are a few that stood out.
Next year RSA is moving to March. The 2019 dates are March 4-8, taking place as usual at the Moscone Center in San Francisco. It’s never too soon to start planning.