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The past year has gone by in the blink of an eye, and here we are again only weeks away from RSA Conference 2020 running from February 24-28. We’re very much looking forward to welcoming nearly 45,000 security professionals, media, analysts and vendors in San Francisco at our 29th annual Conference, where people from all around the world come together to talk security.
For nearly three decades, the Conference has served as a hub for the cybersecurity industry, bringing together a wide array of professionals across all sectors and industries. This year’s theme, Human Element, has created lots of buzz, and we saw an increased number of high quality submissions from speakers who thought about everything from product security to artificial intelligence. From this pool, we pulled together an impressively diverse and richly informative agenda comprised of more than 20 tracks. Between the West and South Stage keynotes, we have some of the most esteemed leaders who will inspire, inform and motivate this year’s attendees to think more deeply about the relationship between humans and technology.
As technology and innovation continue to drive changes in the world around us, we must keep pace with those changes and prepare for the reality that to err is human. Nothing about cybersecurity is impervious, but when we value people as much as technology, we can better prepare for, and defend against, cyber threats by intertwining the resilence of the human spirit into the important work that we do with technology. We look forward to seeing you at RSAC this year.
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