Inside IT Storage

Seagate Enterprise Inside IT Storage

RSA is the place to be for a security geek

With the threat of cyber attacks / cyber warfare growing daily, it’s important to understand enterprise cyber security – and the best place (in the USA) to learn about what’s going on in this dynamic field is at the annual RSA Conference this week at the Moscone Center in San Francisco.  This is the place to be if you’re a security geek (or simply an IT professional charged with protecting sensitive company information). 

RSA Conference 2010 Banner

 

 

 

 

This year’s event is focused on three security themes: evolving Google attacks, private and public cloud models and critical infrastructure protection.  With over 18 tracks and 250 sessions, this conference is loaded with information to meet your individual needs.  If you’re interested in data encryption– stop by the IBM (#1316), Wave Systems (#1849), and WinMagic (#939) booths to speak with a Seagate security expert and see how these market leaders are using Seagate Secure™ Self-Encrypting Drives to provide best-in-class data protection.

Post a Comment

Your email is never shared.

* Required fields

* Seagate will review all blog submissions and determine, in its sole discretion, whether such submissions will be posted for broader viewing. No blog comment will be considered for posting if deemed potentially damaging to Seagate's reputation or insufficiently aligned with the relevant blog topic. Without in any way limiting the foregoing, no submissions will be posted that contain: confidential company information; profanity; racial slurs; gratuitous references to sex, substance use, or violence; or statements that are in any way contrary to the letter or spirit of Seagate's Code of Business Conduct and Ethics.