20 Examples Of Wacky, Over The Top RSA Signage

Battling Targeted Malware

HBGary, a Sacramento, Calif.-based security firm that abandoned its booth at RSA 2011 after claiming its staff had received "numerous threats of violence" from supporters of Anonymous, this year saw plenty of interest in its ActiveDefense threat intelligence product, which is used to deal with Advanced Persistent Threats.

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