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5 Things To Know About The Exabeam Coronavirus Cases At RSA Conference

From Exabeam’s new work from home rules to a GoFundMe pages for one of the coronavirus victims, here’s a look at the fallout from two Exabeam employees testing positive for COVID-19 after attending the RSA Conference.

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Striking Close To Home

Exabeam shared the sobering news Tuesday that two of their employees who attended last month’s RSA Conference in San Francisco had tested positive for coronavirus. The SIEM (Security Information and Event Management) startup said it couldn’t confirm whether the two employees contracted coronavirus prior to, at or after the RSA Conference, which took place from Feb. 24 to Feb. 28.

“We recently learned and are saddened to share that two of our employees have tested positive for Coronavirus (COVID-19),” Exabeam wrote on Twitter at 3 p.m. ET yesterday. “If you came into contact with our staff, please be vigilant in monitoring yourself for symptoms and follow recommended guidelines to prevent possible infection. Our thoughts are with our colleagues.”

From a GoFundMe page to help one of the employees who tested positive for coronavirus to Exabeam’s policies around work from home and compensating the employees who contracted coronavirus, here’s a deep dive into how Exabeam and the industry at large are grappling with the potential spread of coronavirus at the biggest cybersecurity event of the year.

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