This week, 45,000 info security professionals from around the globe are in San Francisco for the 12th annual RSAC. Matter EVP Tim Hurley shared a preview about what we could expect to learn about at the conference including DevSecOps, Cloud Security, Cyber’s War Paradigm Problem, Identity, Security Due Diligence and Threat Intelligence. While we intend to share a recap blog post after the conference is over, we can’t help but shine a light on three of our clients that are in attendance, Attivo Networks, Sectigo and Signal Sciences.
Attivo Networks, the leader in deception technology, provides an active defense for early detection, forensics and automated incident response to in-network cyberattacks. It just introduced a new solution called “The Informer” that will be demoed at RSAC. This new solution will quickly detect in-network threats and reduce a defender’s time to respond and remediate – a tool that Marriott would have benefitted from 4+ years ago. In addition to the demo at the booth, Attivo Networks will be meeting with various reporters to discuss highlights from a recent survey of security professionals around the topics of top information security concerns related to identifying and stopping attackers, determining which technologies are impacting attackers, shifts in time to detection and technologies being used to impact this change. Check out some of Attivo Network’s action from the conference and stop by the booth in Moscone south hall booth #455:
— Attivo Networks (@AttivoNetworks) March 5, 2019
Trusted by enterprises globally for more than 20 years, Sectigo (formerly Comodo CA) provides web security products that help customers protect, monitor, recover, and manage their web presence and connected devices. The company will be demonstrating its IoT Manager, Certificate Manager and the recently announced Zero-Touch S/MIME solution. The new solution is the industry’s first Zero-Touch S/MIME capability and helps modernize email encryption and digital signing while limiting Business Email Compromise (BEC) attacks and increasing compliance. Check them out at Booth #2333 South Hall.
— Sectigo (@SectigoHQ) March 6, 2019
An LA-based cyber security startup, Signal Sciences offers next-generation web application firewalls (WAFs) that increase security without compromising scale, efficiency or monitoring capability. The company is exhibiting at RSAC following continued momentum after raising $35M to accelerate expansion and technology innovation earlier this month. James Wickett, Head of Research at Signal Sciences presented a session, Release Your Inner DevSecOp, on Tuesday. If you missed it, don’t fret! Check out Wickett’s twitter feed for some key points from the presentation. Stop by booth #5358 (North Expo) to say hello!
Getting started with #DevOps for the first time? Hear what our Co-Founder and Chief #Security Officer @zanelackey had to say in this sit down with @wickett. #RSAC2019 @RSAConference pic.twitter.com/7LGjPXy55M
— Signal Sciences (@signalsciences) March 6, 2019