5 Things to Do at RSA 2018

It’s RSA Conference week! Are you excited? As you’re putting last minute plans together, check out our list of five things you should do while you’re attending RSA Conference 2018 in San Francisco:  


  1. Attend a Keynote

On Wednesday, April 18, Samir Kapuria, Senior Vice President and General Manager of Cyber Security Services at Symantec, will discuss how rethinking the future of cybersecurity means understanding its past in his session, At The Edge of Prediction: A Look Back to the Future of Cybersecurity .  


  1.  Party with us!

We don’t want to get too ahead of ourselves, but some people are saying this might be “the party of the conference.” RSVP for our party with DomainTools at 46 Minna. We’ll have an open bar, hors d’oeuvres, and a DJ, plus you’ll get to network with the best and brightest of the security industry.


  1. Visit the MOMA

When you have some time to spare, make sure to set aside an hour or two to soak up art and culture at San Francisco’s Museum of Modern Art. Just steps away from the Moscone Center, you can take a breather from the hectic show floor and enjoy a moment of reflection at the museum.


  1. Eat at Hops & Hominy

It’s no secret that we love our craft brews over here at ThreatConnect. So it wouldn’t be right if we didn’t recommend a trip to Hops & Hominy for southern soul food and a variety of microbrews. If you make it a meal there, make sure to stop by our booth and let us know which you loved more: the comfort food or the 21 rotating beers on tap.


  1. Stop by the ThreatConnect booth!

Don’t miss the reveal of our next t-shirt and your chance to see a personalized demo. We’ll also be raffling off a DJI Mavic Drone.. With all this fun in store, ours should be the first booth you head to when the show floor opens (and yes we are a little biased). You can find us at booth #3231 in the North Hall.


See you there!

About the Author
Kellie D'Amico

Kellie D'Amico is a Marketing Specialist at ThreatConnect. She loves the fast-paced world of technology marketing. When not at work, she enjoys exploring the culinary scene in DC, and can always be found listening to a podcast. She holds a B.A. in Media Studies - International Communications Option from Penn State.