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Risk & Repeat: RSA Conference 2019 in review

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This week’s ‘Risk & Repeat’ podcast looks back at RSA Conference and discusses the show’s diversity and inclusion efforts as well as the top trends and sessions from the show.

RSA Conference 2019 sported a different look but focused on familiar issues and trends in the information security industry.

RSAC featured several programming changes following criticism of the conference last year regarding the lack of women keynote speakers. The conference organizers announced a diversity and inclusion initiative to address some of the concerns, which led to more female infosec professionals taking the stages at this year’s show.

In addition to the programming changes at RSA Conference 2019, the show featured several keynotes and sessions on the biggest infosec trends, including the infosec skills shortage, the move to zero-trust networks and nation-state threat activity. SearchSecurity editors Rob Wright and Maddie Bacon recap RSA Conference 2019, their favorite sessions and discuss how RSAC executed its diversity initiative.


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