RSA Conference 2019 has come and gone successfully in the city of San Francisco. Last week, hundreds of companies were gathered in what is known as the most important cybersecurity event in the world. With over 40 thousand attendees, 740 speakers across 621 sessions and more than 700 companies on the expo floors, RSA met all expectations once again.
ThreatModeler was proud to participate in the RSA expo for the first time as the industry’s #1 automated threat modeling platform. Named winner in InfoSec Awards 2019 for Cyber Defense Magazine for consecutive time, ThreatModeler provided attendees and cybersecurity experts with the necessary insights to secure their applications early in the software development lifecycle.
During the event taking place at Moscone Center, there were different settings with a lot of sessions, seminars and showcases happening all the time all over the place. Some of the main key sessions and seminar presentations included:
- Building Security In—DevSecOps; Noopur Davis , SVP, Chief Product and Information Security Officer, Comcast
- Building Identity for an Open Perimeter; Tejas Dharamshi , Senior Security Software Engineer, Netflix, Inc.
- Cybersecurity Tips, Tools and Techniques for Your Professional Toolbag; Ronald Woerner, IT Risk and Compliance Consultant, DirectDefense
- How to Eliminate a Major Vulnerability in the Cybersecurity Workforce; Laura Bate, Policy Analyst, New America; Danielle Santos, Program Manager, NIST
- The Fine Art of Creating a Transformational Cybersecurity Strategy; Jinan Budge, Principal Analyst, Forrester Research; Andrew Rose, Chief Security Officer, Vocalink, a Mastercard Company
- Threat Hunting Using 16th-Century Math and Sesame Street; Vernon Habersetzer Sr., Enterprise Technical Expert, Walmart
Here are some of our ThreatModeler highlights during RSA Conference 2019
Thank you RSA for another year of bringing together people dedicated to protect our cyberspace. Hopefully next year, we’ll be able to raise awareness and secure our systems to prevent potential threats and reduce the overall attack surface of applications.
ThreatModeler is an automated threat modeling tool that strengthens an enterprise’s SDLC by identifying, predicting and defining threats across all applications and devices in the operational IT stack. This automated platform works with all types of computing environments.
To learn more about why ThreatModeler is an excellent choice for your enterprise, request a free evaluation of the ThreatModeler platform or contact us to speak with an application threat modeling expert today.