Another great RSA Conference has come to a close. The Moscone Center may be cleared out, and San Francisco left slightly less populated, but the security innovations that made this year’s show worthwhile are here to stay.
What We Announced
This year at RSA, we announced our extended, integrated enterprise portfolio. Our enhanced portfolio provides organizations with improved security incident visibility, stronger controls for data exfiltration prevention, and cloud and partner integrations — simplifying management of security environments. In addition to updates and integrations, we also announced our new McAfee Public Cloud Server Security Suite.
These innovations heighten organizations’ abilities to both comprehend their security posture, and appropriately respond to security incidents. Get the details around all updates to our enterprise portfolio, and learn how these developments are empowering organizations to better recognize and respond to cyber-attacks.
Security on Offense
Intel Security SVP & GM, Chris Young, also delivered a standout keynote speech, shedding light on the current cyber-security landscape. When Young took the Esplanade Ballroom stage, he stressed the vitality of “Security on Offense” as a security game-changer, and trust as the foundation of digital life. To learn more, watch Young’s keynote here, or read his blog.
Buzz at the Booth
Time to focus on the floor. So, what exactly was happening at the Intel Security booth in Moscone North? To start, we opened up twelve demo stations, where conference attendees could learn the ropes of workload protection in the cloud, optimizing incident response and more. We also hosted demos around the newly announced McAfee Public Cloud Server Security Suite, as well as our new Endpoint solution.
In addition to our ongoing demos, the Intel Security booth presentation theater never saw an empty seat. Here, conference attendees hustled over to hear innovative micro-sessions covering today’s top security challenges, from minimizing one’s attack surface to identifying advanced threats.
Until Next Year
Although RSA 2015 has come and gone, there’s no sign of slowing down here at Intel Security. As we continue to innovate, our excitement for next year’s conference and what we’ll be bringing to the table next grows alongside.