RSA Conference 2012 Coverage
RSA Conference 2012 just wrapped up at the Moscone Center in San Francisco and CRN was on-hand to provide the latest news, analysis of keynotes and a look hot security products unveiled at the event.
In the wake of multiple high-profile attacks, cyber terrorism was top of mind at this year's conference. And with the proliferation of smartphones and tablets in the workplace, plus the rise of the cloud, mobile device security and cloud security technologies had a huge presence as well.
Check out CRN's coverage of RSA Conference 2012 and get a look at all of the news and new products that came out of the event.
Security execs and researchers often use war imagery to describe the challenges they face, but this year, bears, monkeys and samurais made their way into the discussion.
CRN walked the show floor at RSA 2012 and presents examples of security vendor marketing signage that were most dazzling and creative.
The RSA Conference showed that hype and private investors are driving much of the security industry today, clouding the value of much of the technology.
Renowned security technologist Bruce Schneier says the three threats derive from people and companies lobbying to further their own self-interests.
CloudFlare, a service provider that runs a global content delivery network, says it learned much from the experience of having shadowy hacktivist group LulzSec as a client.
Sophos launched the latest version of SafeGuard Enterprise at the RSA Conference, adding cloud storage security to the collection of modules for encryption and data loss prevention on desktops, laptops and removable media.
Symantec launched O3 at the RSA Conference. The cloud security platform will be available to channel partners in the second half of the year.
McAfee will unveil next month technology for separating corporate data from personal information on Android tablets and smartphones.
With the RSA Conference 2012 over, it's time to take second look at some of the product releases that may have been overlooked among the hundreds on display at this year's show.
Advanced Persistent Threats and mobile malware are hot topics, but most of these attacks can be avoided through security best practices, researchers said at RSA.
The RSA Conference kicks off in San Francisco with five days of keynotes and technology sessions and several hundred vendors with products ranging from appliances and mobile application security to cloud services and network monitoring applications.
RSA channel chief Joe Gabriel says the company has added Netwitness and Archer to its Authorized Service Network launched last year.
RSA Executive Chairman Art Coviello says the company has worked hard to regain customer trust after last year's security breach, but warns such an attack could happen to any organization.
Intel has launched the beta program for Cloud SSO, a service that enables companies to manage identity and authentication for employees using multiple cloud services.
Hewlett-Packard introduced at the RSA Conference a software console for monitoring hardware and applications on corporate networks for possible security threats.