Attending RSAC 2019? The week promises to be full of exciting content, useful connections, networking and insights into new security trends.

BSides San Francisco

The week will start on March 3rd with the amazing BSides event. The BSides community has continuously raised the bar and put the INFO back in INFOSEC. BSides San Francisco is a non-profit organization designed to advance the body of Information Security knowledge by providing an annual, two-day, open forum for discussion and debate for security engineers, architects, CISOs and business leaders. If you are looking to learn how API security works, how to use AI for security or how the incident response is impacted by virtualization or event to look at the job openings out there this is the event for you.

When at the event, make sure to stop by the Wallarm table to learn about new tools for DevSecOps and participate in a raffle for a drone.


On March 3rd at 3:30 pm make sure to come to Ivan Novikov talk “Bye-bye false positives, using AI to improve detection

Ivan will talk about how to detect SQL injection and other OWASP vulnerabilities using Machine Learning to eliminate false positives.

The implementation of the presented model is already used in production at Wallarm for reducing false positive events and is also available as a part of an open-source project sponsored by Wallarm.

RSA Conference

Look for innovation

Probably, the most interesting part about RSA every year is learning about new ideas and getting exposed to innovation. Make sure to visit the RSA Sandbox Expo and see who are this year’s newcomers. While the company’s in Sandbox Expo are largely unproven and lack traction, some of them will go on to raise funding and leverage their intellectual property into new security solutions that will help with the areas from IOT security, to cloud security to big data. The Expo will be held on Monday, March 4. You will also be able to hear the 10 finalists give 3 minutes pitches of their wares.

https://www.rsaconference.com/events/us19/agenda/innovation-sandbox-contest

CISO Boot Camp

Get on top of the new trends in Security Operations and planning from selecting the stack of security tools to recruiting and training the team. As a security leader, you want to take this opportunity to learn best practices and potential pitfalls from your fellow executives. On Tuesday, March 5 through Wednesday, March 6 there is a special exclusive program for just one hundred selected CISOs.

https://www.rsaconference.com/events/us19/agenda/ciso-boot-camp

Expo and networking

As always, the conference is prime time to make useful contacts and catch up with old colleagues and business connections. With 40K+ attendees, It’s the closest thing to a reunion, Visit with vendors, see demos, check out the new product launches.


Wallarm has prepared a great experience for you in the North Expo, booth #4604

This year our focus will be on sharing case studies about securing APIs and Single Page Applications and providing details on how Wallarm provides WAF services for containerized applications deployed on Kubernetes clusters. Whether you need applications security for GCP or a WAF for AWS, come talk to us about automating your cloud protection with AI. With the right security solution, luck will be on your side!

Have fun

Continue your networking and building the rapport with your fellow security professionals with some fun after-hours activities.

  • On Monday, enjoy a welcome reception in North and South Expo halls.
  • On Tuesday, take in a game of pool or darts at the Game Night in Moscone West.
  • On Thursday, enjoy some laughs at the Comedy Club party at Moscone South.

But if you want to have some real fun, join Wallarm, Cobalt and other friends at a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to learn from the best spirit experts in the world, and taste powerful food pairings while networking with fellow dev and security leaders.


https://event.cobalt.io/rsa-rare-spirits-party-2019 to request your invitation to this exclusive events.

See you there!

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