Registration Is Now Open for RSAC Conference 2021

Posted on by Linda Gray Martin

It’s early February, and under ordinary circumstances, we’d be preparing to come together at the Moscone Center in San Francisco. While we’d hoped that shifting to May would allow us to host a physical event, this past year has taught us to expect the unexpected, and in the spirit of resilience, we announced in the fall that RSA Conference 2021 would take place as a fully virtual event.   

Since then, we’ve been planning for an incredible digital-first experience that will allow the community to gather together. We’re excited to announce that registration for RSA Conference 2021 Virtual Experience is now open and, what’s more, our full session agenda is live! This year’s event will be May 17–20 and will offer attendees numerous learning and networking opportunities.

The year 2021 is special for RSA Conference as it marks our 30th anniversary. In honor of all that we have accomplished together over the past three decades, we are preparing a must-attend celebration of 30 years of thought leadership and education, featuring all that Conference attendees have come to expect. Your virtual experience will start with rich content delivered in more than 200 traditional and interactive sessions across 24 tracks. As always, we’ll have keynote addresses from industry visionaries. But it doesn’t stop there. You’ll see the next generation of cybersecurity innovators at RSAC Innovation Sandbox, and you’ll be able to connect with sponsors and attend Briefing Center sessions at the Digital Expo.

We know that our attendees value the opportunity to make connections with their peers, and we’re planning to deliver on that expectation. There will be plenty of entertaining and informational opportunities to interact with both peers and experts.

Feeling inspired? So are we, and we’re looking forward to seeing you in May. Secure one of the limited number of All Access Passes and Content Passes available at our special launch rate and save up to $300 by registering here today.

Linda Gray Martin

Senior Vice President, RSA Conference

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