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The 10 Hottest Security Trends To Watch At RSA Conference 2020

As RSA Conference 2020 kicks off amid three high-profile coronavirus-related vendor cancellations, CRN speaks with eight prominent executives to see what security trends they expect to be the talk of this year's event.

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The Show Must Go On

Over the past 28 years, the RSA Conference has become the world's meeting place for enterprise and technical information security professionals, with more than 43,000 people and 700 vendors gathering to show off their latest products and discuss recent innovations in cybersecurity data, innovation and thought leadership.

But the fate of this year’s RSA Conference seemed precarious after the coronavirus outbreak prompted the cancellation of Mobile World Congress in Barcelona and Facebook’s global marketing summit in San Francisco. RSA Conference officials said 1.2 percent of attendees canceled their registration, and three Platinum and Gold sponsors—IBM Security, AT&T Cybersecurity and Verizon—are among the 14 vendors to have pulled out of the show.

In an open letter to RSA attendees, San Francisco Mayor London Breed said the risk of becoming infected from coronavirus in San Francisco is low since the virus isn’t circulating in the community. Conference officials put several health and safety measures in place, including continuous disinfection of registration counters and floors and health screenings for qualified international travelers.

As we head into RSA Conference 2020 this week, CRN sat down with executives from eight prominent cybersecurity vendors to see what they expect to be the major areas of focus at this year's event. From SD-WAN and DevSecOps to asset identification and passwordless technology, here's a look at some of the security trends experts are watching for at this year's show.

 
 
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