CEOs Share Top Tech Bets At RSA 2018

Some of the most powerful names in cybersecurity discussed with CRNtv what excites them most at RSA.

SentinelOne CEO Tomer Weingarten says recent software advancements have caught his eye, noting the impact it's having on how we access data. SentinelOne is focused on protecting the enterprise through the endpoint.

"I think the shift from the hardware-based network into more software-defined perimeters into more software-defined-based controls is really, really interesting to me."

Meanwhile, FireEye CEO Kevin Mandia said he believes automation will be a game-changer.

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"If you've been breached and you know it, that means someone got by your technical safeguards, got by your process and your people didn't notice it," said Mandia. "We are going to bring whatever technology we need to bring to bear to automate the human process to find the needle in the haystack. If we can automate that mindset of doing that, we will bring a great product for folks."

RSA officially kicked off on Monday