Last week the annual RSA Conference for 2016 was held in San Francisco and as always it presented experts and leaders in the fields of security, cryptography and privacy.
Although we were not on site like many of you it is still possible to access blogs and videos from those experts and speakers through the RSA Conference 2016 website.
As you might imagine the ongoing case between the FBI, Apple and the Department of Justice dominated in keynotes and sessions.
I have been digging through the content from last week and decided to highlight some of that information so that you can also take a closer look at in areas that might be of particular interest to you as IT Pros, security professionals and Enterprise IT leaders.
Note: Some of the blog articles may have videos available to watch and listen to the entire panel/discussion/talk.
- Beyond Encryption: Experts Discuss Encryption, Privacy at RSAC 2016
- How a Security CEO Fell Prey to Scammers (Almost)
- CISOs Share Tales From the Trenches at RSA Conference 2016
- Government in the Crossfire: The Challenge of Data Privacy
- Security Panel Warns IoT Will Change the Security Game
- How Hacker High School is Training the Tech Pros of Tomorrow
- Should I Stay or Should I Go?: Women and Security Panel
- NSA Chief Highlights Future Cyber Threats and the Need for Partnerships
- Streamline the Cloud: How Companies Use Cloud Access Security Brokers
- How Law Enforcement Agencies Fight Cyber Crime
- Beyond Encryption: Why We Can't Come Together on Security and Privacy – Panel Discussion with Arthur Coviello, J. Trevor Hughes, Michael Chertoff, Mike McConnell and Nualla O’Connor
- Ascending the Path to Better Security – Martin Roesch, Cisco Security Business Group
- Trust in the Cloud in Tumultuous Times – Brad Smith, Microsoft
- The Sleeper Awakes – Amit Yoran, President of RSA
- Louder Than Words – Christopher Young, Intel Security Group
- Turning the Tables: Radical New Approaches to Security Analytics – Martin Fink, Hewlett Packard Enterprise
- The Evolving Landscape of Cybersecurity: Threats, Opportunities, and Partnerships in a Changing World – Loretta Lynch, Attorney General, United States
- A Conversation on Collaboration Between Silicon Valley and the Department of Defense – Ashton Carter, Secretary of Defense, United States
- The (Inevitable?) Decline of the Digital Age – Mark McLaughlin, Palo Alto Networks