RSA to hold first annual RSA Global Summit in DC on Sept. 9-11
RSA, The Security Division of EMC, announced on August 20 the first annual RSA Global Summit, which will take place September 9-11 at the Marriott Marquis in Washington, DDC.
With opening keynotes by RSA Executive Chairman Arthur Coviello and RSA Senior Vice President Amit Yoran, the event will feature RSA customers, partners and security experts exchanging ideas and best-practice techniques to help build trust in the digital world.
Tracks, including Threat Readiness & Incident Response, Securing & Governing User Access and Fraud & Risk Intelligence, will provide attendees with deep-dive educational sessions, hands-on-labs, case studies and more.
Additionally, RSA will host a special concert on Wednesday, September 10 at The Lincoln Theatre. Featuring Matt Goss and Franky Perez, the RSA Gives Back Musical Event will benefit the Boulder Crest Retreat for Military and Veteran Wellness.
Additional keynotes will be offered by:
Jane Holl Lute, President and Chief Executive Officer, Council on CyberSecurity
Jane Holl Lute is responsible for the overall direction and activities of the Council on CyberSecurity. She most recently served as Deputy Secretary for the Department of Homeland Security. Holl Lute was responsible for the day-to-day management of the DHS’ efforts to prevent terrorism and enhance security, secure and manage the nation’s borders, administer and enforce U.S. immigration laws, strengthen national resilience in the face of disasters and ensure the nation’s cybersecurity.
Robert Herjavec, entrepreneur
Robert Herjavec has built and sold several IT companies to major players including AT&T and Nokia. Following a short retirement, he recently launched The Herjavec Group (THG), a $125 million managed security company that is recognized by Profit 100 as one of the fastest-growing technology companies in North America. Herjavec has a leading role on the Emmy nominated, hit American TV show, Shark Tank, now in its fifth season on ABC.
Alan Bean, career astronaut and artist
Alan Bean may have been the fourth man to walk on the moon, but he was the first painter to leave his mark on lunar soil. He was the lunar module pilot on the Apollo 12 mission and later served as commander of the 59-day Skylab II mission. Astronaut Bean is the recipient of four Distinguished Service Medals from NASA and the U.S. Navy.