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RSA Conference 2019: Cyber Security at Scale – In practice

Written by Sarah Chandley on Thursday, 28 February 2019. Posted in Cyber, Events

The annual US version of the RSA Conference is only days away, bringing together the world largest gathering of cyber security vendors and information security professionals, this year’s event promises to be the biggest yet. Telesoft will travelling to San Francisco over the weekend to exhibit at the show, find the stand in the North Expo, 4309, if you can’t find us by numbers look out for the orange banners. The team will demonstrating how we help carriers, mobile operators and ISPs protect their network, IoT infrastructure, subscribers, and data from attack using network traffic monitoring, multi-layered cyber threat detection and behaviour analytics.

In terms of cyber security developments, 2018 was a busy year, these developments are likely to shape the agenda and conversation at this year’s show. Data privacy and increased regulation like GDPR and similar government led policies is by far one of the biggest themes; accountability, integration and consumer privacy are hot topics on the speaking tracks, with tech giants like Uber, Adobe and Target taking part. There will also be interesting insights and developments around AI and automation, advanced security services, cloud and virtualisation and what to expect next from experts in every field from all over the world.

The theme for the entire show this year is simply ‘Better’ which means working hard and collaboratively to find better solutions to the most pressing issues facing the infosec community. As the cyber security threat landscape evolves, events like RSA USA 2019 provide a platform for industry professionals and vendors to come together and plan how we will adapt to and manage current and future security risks. Last year’s show focused on getting back to basics and sharing intelligence, this year’s events will show how we put those recommendations in to practice. 

Telesoft will be sharing how we are helping to protect the infrastructure of global communication providers, large enterprise and Governments, solving their unique cyber security challenges and protecting their large-scale digital assets.  In today’s world, communications and those organisations who provide always on, available anywhere services like Internet Service Providers (ISP’s), Network Service Providers (NSP’s), Content Delivery Providers (CDN’s) and Carriers are categorised as part of our Critical National Infrastructure (CNI). This means they are deemed by governments as essential to the smooth running of a society and its economy, and they demand cyber security protection at a new level of scale, coordination, and expertise that only Telesoft can provide.

If you are responsible for a network running at multiples of 10Gbps or multi-100Gbps, M’s of endpoints or terabytes of valuable data moving between sites and would like to see how we are already protecting organisations similar to you, book a meeting or visit Telesoft in the North Expo, 4309...This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

You can also register for a free expo pass using our complimentary discount code: XEU9TELESOFT - follow this link to register

About the Author

Sarah Chandley

Sarah Chandley

Sarah is an experienced B2B technology marketing professional, creating content for the Cyber Security, Telco and Government Infrastructure sectors. 

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