RSA Conference Proudly Expands Into Abu Dhabi!

Posted on by Linda Gray Martin

With RSA Conference 2015 just around the corner in San Francisco, we are hearing a lot of excitement and feedback from our community regarding new session formats such as the crowdsourced track and our revamped Sandbox with various experiential learning opportunities. 

However, if you thought we were focusing only on US content, you’re wrong!  

Abu Dhabi RSAC 2015After seeing a record number of attendees at last year's U.S. event, as well as the Asia-Pacific and Japan event, we are excited to announce that RSA® Conference will expand with a brand new event in Abu Dhabi November 4-5, 2015. Targeting 800 information security professionals from Europe, Middle East and African regions, RSA Conference Abu Dhabi 2015 will follow the model of our other events, with keynotes, track sessions and sponsors.

RSA Conference is in discussions with the United Arab Emirates National Electronic Security Authority (NESA) about the launch of the event. NESA is responsible for establishing cybersecurity strategies, policies and standards to create a cyber-secure environment, further enabling the UAE’s unimpeded progress. 

Each year, RSA Conference offers attendees countless opportunities to network and learn. Our events provide a must-attend experience packed with industry visionaries, guest speakers, exhibitor demos and a multitude of special events that provide networking opportunities. Cyber security is more than a hot topic, it is a global concern critical to businesses and regions around the globe. We are excited to expand to Abu Dhabi and look forward to continuing our mission to provide the world a place to talk security.

Call for speakers will open in late May. Stay tuned here at the blog for future updates on RSA Conference Abu Dhabi. We hope to see you there! 

Linda Gray Martin

Senior Vice President, RSA Conference

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