Every year, RSA Conference APJ draws in attendees from around the world.
With 6,500 attendees, 100 speakers across 79 sessions and 110 companies on the expo floors, it’s easy to see why 2017 had so many cybersecurity professionals flocking to Singapore.
With no shortage of experts, Rohit Ghai, President of RSA, welcomed everyone to Conference with a reminder of the importance of a precise and personal approach to cybersecurity. Also on the keynote agenda was The Honorable Dan Tehan M.P., Minister Assisting the Prime Minister for Cyber Security in Australia, who spoke to the value of investing in cybersecurity as a way to keep Asia-Pacific countries safe from cybercrime and help drive economic growth across the region.
As for the topics of conversation, let’s just say there was no loss for words. With spikes in automation and cloud adoption, DevOps was on the tip of nearly everyone’s tongue. In fact, it was so in-demand, we held the first-ever APJ DevOps Seminar to allow attendees the opportunity to discuss the intersection of security and DevOps. Also captivating the audiences were ransomware, the Internet of Things, and the ever-expanding relationship between government and security.