Once again we have a major security story slumming in the headlines. This time it’s Hackers on a Plane, without all the Samuel L goodness. But what’s the real story? It’s time to face the reality that the only people who know are the ones who aren’t talking, and everything else you hear is most certainly wrong.
The RSA conference is over and put up some massive numbers (for security). But what does it all mean? Can all those 450 vendors on the show floor possibly survive? Do any of them add value?
This week we discuss how we get value out of the event, and how to find useful nuggets in the noise. From skipping panels (except Mike’s, of course) to hitting some of the less-known opportunities like Learning Labs and the Monday events, RSA can be very useful for any security pro, but only if you plan.