We had a great week at RSA Conference 2018 and we hope you did, too.
Here’s some of what we shared:
- Meet the Security Operating Platform
- Traps achieves a “Recommended” rating in the NSS Labs Advanced Endpoint Protection Test
- New proof-of-concept application to demonstrate our ability to consume alerts from the Microsoft Graph Security API
And here’s some of what we did:
Mark McLaughlin, Palo Alto Networks CEO and Chairman, took the stage with Sylvia Acevedo, Girl Scouts of America CEO, and Jeanette Manfra, Assistant Secretary for Cybersecurity and Communications, Department of Homeland Security/Office of Cybersecurity Communications, to discuss the future workforce and our new cyber badge program for Girl Scouts.
Great discussion at #RSAC2018 by @MarkatPANW , CEO of @PaloAltoNtwks and Sylvia Acevedo, CEO of @girlscouts about our partnership to develop the new #Cybersecurity badges coming out later in 2018 @RSAConference pic.twitter.com/cepwlGwwLm
— Danielle Kriz (@daniellekrizcyb) April 16, 2018
Over in our booth, attendees were treated to live demos of our products, in booth presentations, and our fun t-shirts.
— Sam Svitenko (@SSvitenko) April 17, 2018
— Palo Alto Networks (@PaloAltoNtwks) April 17, 2018
We hope you had as much fun as we did at RSA Conference 2018. And if we didn’t catch you this time, be sure to join us next month at Ignite ’18 USA in Anaheim, California. See you there!