Next week RSA Conference kicks off at the Moscone Center in San Francisco. This is the world’s largest security conference and a massive venue for security pros, risk managers and business executives to attend sessions and network with their peers.
BehavioSec will be an active participant at RSA, you can visit our Booth #5471 in Moscone’s North Expo Hall. Stop by to say hello, learn more about our behavioral biometrics software platform and discuss topics you think are buzzing at the show.
Our company’s expertise in digital identity, anti-fraud and mobility make RSA a great crossroads for our team to connect with customers, partners, media, industry analysts and other influencers. BehavioSec already sets the bar for proven, continuous authentication through behavioral biometrics that defeats account hijacking via password abuse, browser malware and interception of two-factor authentication (2FA) codes. With this vantage point on safeguarding online identity and authorization paving the way for companies’ further digital transformations, we are looking forward to RSA’s talks and hallway conversations on these topics this year.
If you attend RSA this year, you can catch some interesting panels and presentations on cyber risk issues around mobile, identity, and fraud, including:
RSA is always an educational and busy week. While we all take in interesting case studies and thought-provoking keynotes on threats against new technology platforms, exotic malware and reputed cybercrime adversaries, it helps to stay grounded by thinking of common denominators these risks all hinge on – like your identity credentials and access permissions necessary for employees or consumers to access files and make transactions. When you’re taking your seat in an RSA talk or navigating product claims in the expo halls, think about how “It’s all about identity” and the greater premium placed our ability to more effortlessly prove “who” we really are. At BehavioSec, we invented the way users everywhere defeat hackers by just “being themselves,” through behavioral biometrics.