This event has now ended.
We’re excited to announce that we’ll be exhibiting at the RSA 2016 Conference in San Francisco between Feb 29th and March 4th. With 30,000 expected to attend, the event, which takes place at the Moscone Centre in the city’s South of the Market District, is one of the largest security conferences in the world.
The conference is a great opportunity to catch up with our clients as well as meet people we’ve been speaking to face to face for the first time. If you’re planning on attending but are yet to register you can do so here. Be sure to enter our exhibitor code (XESLBKR16) for a free Exhibit Hall Pass as you sign up. RSA is a pretty vast event so this map (below) might come in handy when it comes to locating Silobreaker while you’re there. You’ll find us at booth #3028 in the North Expo Hall. For more clarity click the map below to enlarge it, or download a full PDF of the RSA North Expo Map.
So if you’re going to be in San Francisco for the event, let us know. We’d love to meet or catch up with as many of you as possible. Even if you don’t fancy talking to us you can visit our booth and grab some of our giveaways!
Hopefully we’ll see you there,
About RSA 2016 ‘RSA Conference is helping drive the information security agenda worldwide with annual industry events in the U.S., Europe and Asia. Throughout its history, RSA Conference has consistently attracted the world’s best and brightest in the field, creating opportunities for conference attendees to learn about IT security’s most important issues through first-hand interactions with peers, luminaries and emerging and established companies. As the IT security field continues to grow in importance and influence, RSA Conference plays an integral role in keeping security professionals across the globe connected and educated. RSA developed RSA Conference in 1991 as a forum for cryptographers to gather and share the latest knowledge and advancements in the area of Internet security. Today, RSA Conference and related RSA Conference branded activities are still managed by RSA, with the support of the industry. RSA Conference event programming is judged and developed by information security practitioners and other related professionals.’