Register now for your free tour of the RSA Conference Security Operations Center (SOC), where engineers are monitoring all traffic on the Moscone Wireless Network for security threats. The SOC is sponsored by RSA and Cisco. Sign up for a guided tour, where we’ll show real time traffic in NetWitness Packets, plus advanced malware analysis, sandboxing and threat intelligence from Cisco Threat Grid, Threat Response and Umbrella, and protection from Cisco Next-Gen Firewall.
At the SOC, you will receive a security briefing and have time for Q&A with RSA and Cisco engineers.
Advanced registration is highly recommended. Below are the available tour times. Please fill out the RSA SOC Tour Request Form to request your spot.
SOC Tours Offered Tues-Thurs (25-27 February 2020):
Please meet at the Cisco Threat Wall, which is located at the base of the escalator in the North Hall, where a Cisco team member will escort the group to the SOC (max. 25 persons per tour).
Also, plan to attend the official out briefing on the observations for RSAC 2020:
Abstract: In this session we share our experience monitoring the RSAC network for stability, security, and stats of interest. We’ll talk about what changes we’ve seen over the years, informative and comical experiences from the trenches, and what we think it means for our industry going forward. So, if you’d like to see what a network looks like when its users know security, know its challenges, should know better, and choose to ignore all of that anyway; join us for the RSAC SOC report.
You may also be interested in reading The 1st Annual RSAC SOC Report.
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