Proof of Vaccination Required to Attend RSA Conference 2022

Posted on by Linda Gray Martin

RSA Conference is excited to once again create a forum where the world can come together to talk security. For more than 30 years, Conference has been the convening authority in our industry. As we look forward to RSA Conference 2022, we’re particularly thrilled to greet you, the cybersecurity community, in-person, where you can enjoy all the things you love about RSAC: collaborative activities, both traditional and interactive sessions, the Innovation Sandbox Contest, networking opportunities and, of course, exploring the latest innovations on the Expo floor.

RSA Conference 2022 will take place at the Moscone Center in San Francisco from February 7-10, 2022, where we’ll explore this year’s theme of Transform.

At the physical RSAC 2022 event, the health and safety of all who will be joining us is a top priority. In accordance with the Mayor’s office of the City of San Francisco, all attendees, exhibitors, and staff will need to wear masks while indoors and be fully vaccinated to attend, and will need to provide proof of their COVID-19 vaccination(s) onsite. 

To help attendees verify proof of vaccination, we’ll be working with a third party, and we’ll continue to share more detailed information as our verification process is confirmed. A list of those vaccines approved for use by the FDA or World Health Organization (WHO) can be found here.

Given that health and safety regulations continue to evolve, we’re in continuous communication with the San Francisco Department of Public Health (SFDPH), San Francisco Travel, and the Mayor’s Office of the City of San Francisco. We’re also following guidance from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).

To keep you as informed as possible, we’ve created a Health and Safety Hub where you can find the most up-to-date information about the safety protocols we are planning for the event.

In the coming weeks and months, RSAC will share updates on vaccine requirements, as well as any changes to recommended procedures for sanitization, social distancing, exhibitor booth health and safety and more. For those who are unable to travel to San Francisco and attend RSAC 2022 in person, we’re offering a Digital Pass which provides access to digital session content from our traditional tracks within 24 hours of the session running live, along with live Keynote streaming.

RSAC is proud to serve the cybersecurity industry, and we’re incredibly grateful for the continued flexibility and support from all of our attendees, exhibitors, and staff. We look forward to seeing you all in person (or online) February 7-10, 2022.

Linda Gray Martin

Senior Vice President, RSA Conference

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