62 Articles, Blog Posts and Links that Summarize the 2019 RSA Conference

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The annual RSA Conference in San Francisco wrapped last week and left us with a flood of articles, blogs and links about news and events stemming from the conference.

If there was a theme that emerged in the digital records, we venture to say it was the human elementof cybersecurity. The fatigue and stress of security jobs, the shortage of cybersecurity talent, and women in cybersecurity were all key themes that seemed to underscore many of the stories that emerged.

While we had our own staff in a booth on the expo floor, we also spent the week tracking and curating news and notes from the show. As we did with the Black Hat conference last year, we’ve curated and organized the links we saw into a useful resource here.

Top Picks from the RSA Conference

1) ITPro Today – Cybersecurity Experts: The Market Is Good, But Don’t Take Your Next Job For Grantedvia Karen D. Schwartz

“Companies today are looking for on-the-ground skills and experience.”

2) Dark Reading – To Improve Security, We Must Focus on Its People via Kelly Sheridan

“New technology can help cybersecurity bridge the talent gap, but tech won’t do much without people to operate it.”

3) eWeek – IDC Outlines Top Security Challenges for 2019 at RSA Conference via Sean Kerner

SDxCentral – RSA Conference: Rise of the Robots (and the Women) via Jessica Lyons Hardcastle

“So, the security landscape today is essentially AI versus AI. The white hats are using artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning to protect data, networks, and people, while the black hats are using these same tools to find software vulnerabilities, steal credentials, and the like.”

4) Help Net Security – Growing mobile cybersecurity incidents spur plans for increased security investment via Help Net Security

5) InfoRiskToday – Highlights of RSA Conference via Nick Holland [podcast]

6) Threat Post – RSA Conference 2019 Recap via Lindsey O’Donnell [podcast]

7) BizTech Magazine – Understanding the Value of a CISO via BizTech MagazineObservations from the RSA Conference

8) Marketplace – Cybersecurity is still really hard. Full stop. via Molly Wood

“The system only works if you actually implement it correctly and then you actually pay attention and act on what it tells you to do.”

9) The CyberWire – Published a daily roundup of links from the RSA Conference 2019: March 4thMarch 5thMarch 6thMarch 7th and March 8th.

“This year the underlying assumption of most of the discussions we’ve heard has been that security is increasingly focused on the cloud, and on the application layer. And, of course, one of the themes is the enduring importance of sound digital hygiene.”

10) Help Net Security – Photo gallery: RSA Conference 2019 Expo, part onepart twopart threepart four via Help Net Security

11) Threatpost – An Antidote for Tech Gone Wrong via Tom Spring

12) eWeek – Humans Are Key to Improving Cyber-Security, IBM Stresses via Sean Kerner

13) San Francisco Chronicle – RSA cybersecurity conference tries to rehab image among women via Melia Russell

14) RSA Conference – Security’s Most Pressing Problems Get Fresh Looks From Startups in RSA Conference’s Innovation Sandbox Competition via Tony Kontzer

15) Silicon Angle – Security built in: At RSA Conference, cybersecurity intersects with DevOps via James Kobielus

>>> Also see: How is the Relationship between DevOps and Cybersecurity?

16) Information Age – What happened on the expo floor via Tom Patterson

17) BizTech Magazine – International Women’s Day: 3 IT Security Leaders to Know via Bob Keaveney

To read the rest of the RSA recap, please click here.

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