RSA Conference 2013 – Are You Going?

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RSA Conference 2013 – Are You Going?

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Added by February 19, 2013

I’ll be at the RSA Conference 2013 in San Francisco from February 25 to March 1. I’ll most certainly be at the opening and closing keynotes, as those are simply amazing insights into the world of security as it exists and what it will become. I don’t usually attend keynotes, but seeing the innovators and industry leaders is well worth the time.

If you’ll be there please give me a shout! I’m always up for going to sessions or grabbing a coffee with my fellow security professionals.

See you in San Francisco!

Mike Danseglio -CISSP / CEH
Interface Technical Training – Technical Director and Instructor

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