The security community is buzzing with this year’s RSA Conference only a few weeks away. For the first time since March 2020, the marquee cybersecurity event which draws more than 40,000 global attendees will take place in-person, giving security practitioners the opportunity to connect with like-minded peers in the community (just like old times).
This year’s RSA Conference also marks the first time that the event will be held in June, a shift from the traditional start of the year program we’ve come to know and love. To dig deeper into what this new timeframe means for the event, as well as other new and exciting aspects of the program, I sat down with Britta Glade, Senior Director of Content & Curation at RSA Conference in Inkhouse’s latest video Q&A.
Watch our conversation below to learn more about new additions to the program, what the theme of “transform” means to the security community, as well as how to maximize your time on-site at the event. Many thanks to Britta for taking the time out of her busy schedule to chat with us. It’s always a pleasure connecting with and learning from the masterminds behind the industry’s biggest event.
We hope to see you at the Moscone Center from June 6-9. If you’re attending RSA Conference, drop us a line to learn more about Inkhouse’s security practice and how we can help your organization. We’d love to connect.
As a vice president at Inkhouse, Jessica co-leads the agency’s security practice, where she runs strategic, integrated communications programs for brands such as Raytheon Intelligence & Space, VMware Carbon Black and Netskope. With over a decade of agency and in-house communications experience, Jessica is passionate about helping her clients uplevel their technical expertise to tell compelling stories that drive action amongst audiences that matter.