Organizations are rapidly expanding their cloud footprint, incorporating tools from multiple vendors and utilizing hybrid cloud deployments. If you are looking to learn more about Oracle Security, what better way to explore the portfolio than seeing Oracle's cloud services in action? Next week, The 2019 RSA Conference (RSAC) kicks off in San Francisco. Security professionals from across the globe will have the opportunity to attend exciting keynotes, demo presentations, and networking sessions. It is a great opportunity to meet new security professionals, reconnect with past colleagues, and explore the latest innovations in security.
Each year the RSA Conference provides attendees with numerous events to interact and learn. Whether this is your first trip to RSA or you are a seasoned veteran looking for agenda planning inspiration, we have put together a list of must see Oracle events and sessions to make the most of your RSAC experience.
Learn more about the Oracle and KPMG Cloud Threat Report
Growing cloud usage within organizations has prompted a shift from simple business-enablement cloud tools to business-critical deployments. This calls for an equally innovative shift in security strategy, one that integrates tools to create a layers of defense approach. The Oracle and KPMG Cloud Threat Report 2019 is a global survey that uncovers the key security challenges organizations face as they lift and shift workloads to the cloud. Visit booth #1559 to learn more about the report findings and implications for your organization.
Visit the Oracle booths
Oracle is a Bronze Sponsor at RSA this year! We have three Oracle Security booths, stop by each booth to discover different aspect of our security portfolio. Join us in booth #1559 for daily in-booth speaking sessions on a number of topics. We are also happy to provide a comprehensive overview of our security portfolio. Here is a quick guide to our Oracle Security Booths at RSA:
Finally, if you are interested in learning about Oracle's Edge Security services, stop by booth #2261 in the South Hall.
If you are looking to learn more about Oracle Security at RSA this year, we have a number of sessions throughout the week. Be sure to attend each session whether that be at the CSA Summit, Executive Briefing Center, or one of our in booth presentations (booth #1559).
Monday, March 4th 9:40am - 10:25am - CSA Summit at RSA Moscone 207 SEM
Panelist: Eric Olden, Oracle Senior Vice President and GM Security and Identity
In celebration of ten years with the Cloud Security Alliance, we take a look at the successes and advantages that cloud has contributed to over the past decade as a capability and in security. Additionally, this panel will discuss the areas that need to be improved and how current initiatives are shaping the future of cloud. This overview will allow us to combine ideas to formulate and connect the dots for our next steps on moving forward into the future.
Monday, March 4th 3:05pm- 3:50pm - CSA Summit at RSA Moscone 207 SEM
Panel Moderator: Eran Feigenbaum, Chief Security Officer Oracle Cloud
In this keynote panel, leading CISOs discuss their cloud adoption experiences for enterprise applications. We will explore the ability of cloud to address mission critical demands and provide lessons learned of the journey to secure leading edge cloud systems.
Tuesday, March 5th 10:40am -11:10am - Briefing Center, South Hall
Presenter: Laurent Gil, Security Evangelist, Oracle Cloud Infrastructure (OCI)
AI and machine learning are no longer a "nice to have" but rather a necessity and core component that reinforces an organization's cybersecurity strategy. Attackers will continue to use everything in their arsenal, including machine learning to power sophisticated botnets. Simply relying on human intervention to combat their attacks is a losing proposition. Organizations must infuse the traditional rules-driven methods with AI algorithms and machine learning to identify and fend off advanced attacks. However, most organizations don’t know where to get started. This session is designed to help organizations develop an approach to implementing real AI-enabled security in their own environments.
Thursday, March 7th 8:00am - 8:50am - Moscone West 2003
Presenter: MaryAnn Davidson, Chief Security Officer, Global Product Security, Oracle
What do cuneiform and cybersecurity have in common? Both are “C” words and both are arcane languages. Cuneiform is the past; cybersecurity is the future as Everything Is Connected. How do we de-geek our speak for the many who Need to Know? Learn how to use the communication weapons in your armory you didn’t know you had: stories, analogies, humor, sarcasm, economics, history, biology, and more.