The RSA Conference is the largest security conference in the world, with more than 50,000 in attendance last week for the event in San Francisco. ReliaQuest, the leader in Security Model Management, used the opportunity to meet with customers and prospects, and educate the industry on new trends and technology.
Here are 4 highlights from the week:
1. RSA the RQ Way: To provide an environment for more intimate, productive conversations, ReliaQuest rented out an event space just one block away from the Moscone Center. More than 100 meetings were held over a three-day span, where ReliaQuest engineers and solution architects engaged with current customers and prospects about the company’s approach to Security Model Management. ReliaQuest’s CEO, COO, and CTO also joined many of the meetings held throughout the week.
2.Addressing Cyber Threats: On Wednesday morning, ReliaQuest’s VP of Product Management Jason Pfeiffer joined a live video panel on “Addressing Cyber Threats and Enabling Security for the Enterprise.” Pfeiffer and the other panelists discussed what’s keeping CISOs up at night in 2019, why network visibility is vital for security teams, and ways to create faster detection and response. Watch a recording of the video panel here
3. Show, Don’t Tell: Throughout the week, ReliaQuest’s SOAR and Hunt capabilities were on display for customers and prospects. Solution Architects demonstrated the company’s “rqGREYMATTER” platform, showing how it enables effective incident response and continuous threat hunting by leveraging an organization’s existing technology investments.
4. Security is a Team Sport: At ReliaQuest, our customers are an extension of our team, working alongside us to drive consistency and evolution, while demonstrating the value of security across their entire organizations. We hosted several happy hours, dinners, and after hours events to spend time with our partners and celebrate the progress we’ve made together. These moments at RSA are a great opportunity to get to know our customer base on a personal level.