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    March 1, 2019

Top 5 Things to do at RSA

Negin Aminian
Product Marketing Manager

Next week around 45,000 people will be navigating to downtown San Francisco for one of the biggest security conferences all year. With this year’s theme being “Better.”, companies will pull out all the stops to try and show customers that they are the best.

There are countless things to do during this week long conference, but here are my top 5.


1.Ask Questions

There are over 500 exhibitors distributed throughout the north and south halls of the Moscone Center. As you walk through these huge halls, different companies will try to draw you into their booth with prizes, food, etc. While these goodies are a nice perk, make sure you take the time to get familiar with the company, their products, and ask questions. Many companies will be providing demos of their products and in-booth speaking sessions, including Oracle! This year Oracle has three booths, each focusing on different aspects of our security portfolio, so make sure to stop by!

 Visit the RSA website for a map of the South Hall and North Hall.

2.Get (Net)Working

During RSA, companies put on networking events all around San Francisco. Whether it be a happy hour, a fancy dinner, or even an elaborate party, this is a great opportunity to network with peers. While conference goers are busy attending sessions and visiting booths during the day, these networking events are a nice way to relax and have fun at the end of the day.


3.Arrive Early

While there are many different sessions to choose from, there are also thousands of people that will try to attend. To beat the rush and secure a spot for the sessions and keynotes that interest you, make sure you arrive early. Be sure to arrive early to these Oracle sessions:

Session: Introducing an Intelligent Approach to Beating Global Cybersecurity Threats

Tuesday, March 5th 10:40am -11:10am - Briefing Center, South Hall

Presenter: Laurent Gil, Security Evangelist, Oracle Cloud Infrastructure (OCI)

Session: What Sennacherib Taught Me About Security: How to Translate Cyber-Speak

Thursday, March 7th 8:00am - 8:50am - Moscone West 2003

Presenter: MaryAnn Davidson, Chief Security Officer, Global Product Security, Oracle


4.Download the App

Knowing what sessions to go to, when, and where can get very confusing very quickly. Soon you will realize how overwhelming a conference of this size can be, so to avoid missing something that interests you, download the official RSA Conference mobile app. With the app you’ll be able to:

·        View your agenda and explore sessions

·        Build your personal schedule

·        Access speaker profiles, exhibitor and sponsor information

·        View interactive maps of the RSAC Campus

·        Get session and event details – including dates, times, locations and speakers

·        Notifications – get a list of updates and informative notices

Planning ahead will help you get the most out of all the valuable content that is presented over the week. Visit the RSA website for direction on how to download and use the mobile app.


5.Don’t miss the CSA summit

This year’s conference marks the 10 year anniversary of the Cloud Security Alliance. The summit will take place the Monday of the conference and as their website states, “the CSA has been dedicated to defining and raising awareness of best practices to ensure a secure cloud computing environment throughout the world.” Oracle will be participating in panels during the CSA summit, so make sure to register for this event.

Panel: Ten years in Cloud: An Observation of Success

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

Panel: CISO Counterpoint: Mission Critical Cloud

Monday, March 4th 3:05pm- 3:50pm - CSA Summit at RSA Moscone 207 SEM

Panel Moderator: Eran Feigenbaum, Chief Security Officer Oracle Cloud

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