Next month the biggest names in information security will come together in San Francisco for the 2020 RSA Conference. Each year more than 45,000 IT security professionals come to learn from peers and experts. This year attendees will have the opportunity to interact with vendors, partners, and industry leaders. With so much going on, it can be overwhelming at times!
This year, RSA has selected the "Human Element" as their theme for the conference, I find this especially relevant as we have seen a rise in opportunity with new technologies, but also an unprecedented rise in threats and successful attacks. RSA explains that both security professionals and adversaries are using emerging technology to further their agenda. So how can we fight back? How can these emerging technologies help lower risk and in turn keep people around the globe safer? Whether this is your first trip to RSA or you are a seasoned attendee looking for agenda planning inspiration, we have put together a list of must see Oracle events and sessions to make the most of your RSA Conference experience.
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 to catch us at the CSA Summit, Executive Briefing Center, or in one of our in booth lightning talks (Booth #6085).
A CISO's Path to Success in the Age of Cyber Security
Monday, February 24th | 10:10am - 10:30am | Moscone West - Room #3014
Robert Clark, Oracle Security Architect
Many organizations struggle to mature their security and risk management capabilities as they leverage more and more cloud services. This session examines real-world customer use cases, best practices, and technology usage for how CISOs are building and maturing their information security programs to address the proliferation of sensitive data in hybrid environments, regulatory compliance mandates, and the ever-changing threat landscape. Delve into which technologies are a must in the minds of the security executive, the challenges and pitfalls encountered, and the incremental successes achieved.
Be Proactive: Secure Your Data Now
Tuesday, February 25th | 12:20pm - 12:50pm | Briefing Center, Moscone North Expo #6545
Vipin Samar, Senior Vice President, Database Security, Oracle
Today’s bad actors are smart - and well-funded. Organizations must be more vigilant now than ever before in order to protect their data and secure their environments, whether on premises or in the cloud. Join us to explore the latest data security technology, from database controls to intrusion detection and security perimeters. Proactively create and maintain a robust security posture, secure your infrastructure, and protect your sensitive data assets.
First Do No Harm
Friday, February 28th | 9:50am - 10:40am | Moscone West Session Code: MASH2-F02
Mary Ann Davidson, CSO, Oracle
“Launch nuclear weapons? There’s an app for that,” said no one—yet. Security geeks enjoy ever-increasing job security as technology-induced risk is all too often band-aided with more technology, without ever asking, “Why does my refrigerator need a firewall?” We need a Hippocratic Oath—“first, do no harm”—especially for security geeks who know all too well, “What could possibly go wrong?”
Visit the Oracle Booth
Oracle is a silver sponsor at RSA 2020! We will have a wide variety of opportunities to connect with security experts in our booth (Moscone North #6085). Join us for:
Learn More About Threats That Could Impact Your Organization
The RSA Conference is a great opportunity to learn about vendor specific solutions, but it is also a perfect forum to discuss modern threats to organizations in every industry. The Oracle and KPMG Cloud Threat Report takes a look inside the world of threats that businesses face and examines statistics that can get the conversation going within your team and gives you pointers on how to bring your concerns up to key executives. Take a moment to read the Oracle and KPMG Cloud Threat Report 2019 and the Mission of the Cloud Centric CISO. Visit our booth to meet Greg Jensen, Co-author of the report to learn more!