Recapping RSAC 2017 APJ


Posted on by RSAC Editorial Team

Just like that, another fantastic RSA Conference APJ comes to a close. What a week! 

RSAC APJ kicked off with two new Seminars, DevOps Connect: DevSecOps Edition and the Ransomware Seminar. The seminar rooms were packed with attendees learning the latest and greatest in the respective fields. Keynotes began on Wednesday afternoon featuring industry experts from Symantec, Qualys, RSA, and more. 

Track sessions began first thing Thursday morning with focus on our six tracks:

  1. Cloud, Mobile & IoT Security  
  2. eFraud & Law Enforcement
  3. Global Perspectives     
  4. Policy, Government & Regulations
  5. Security Strategy & Data Security
  6. Threats, Analytics & Threat Actors 

NEW at RSAC 2017 APJ

Are you particularly interested in the content presented in the “Threats, Analytics & Threat Actors” track? Well do we have good news for you: We recorded each session from this track! Check back on the RSAC video page throughout the coming days for the videos.

Throughout Thursday and Friday, attendees enjoyed attending sessions, learning from keynotes, and making valuable connections with colleagues on the Expo show floor. 

To close out RSAC 2017 APJ, we welcomed Mark Gallagher and Jacques Villeneuve of Formula One (F1) to the keynote stage. Mark and Jacques had a lively and entertaining conversation about how closely performance and risk management are related in the connected environment of speed, high technology, and data management in F1. 

For more about the highlights from RSAC 2017 APJ, click here to read the press release.

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Looking ahead

We hope you enjoyed RSA Conference 2017 APJ! If you want to continue the journey with us, please see us again at an upcoming conference: RSA Conference returns to Abu Dhabi November 7 – 8, 2017 and RSA Conference 2018 takes place April 16 – 20, 2018 in San Francisco.


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