Visit the CyberInt booth and play the Virtual Reality game ‘The Usual Suspects’ at RSA, San Francisco April 16-20, 2018.
Identifying an Indicator of Compromise (IOC) has grown in sophistication and complexity in recent years. At RSA 2018, we’ll take you on a virtual journey to find out just how vulnerable your organization is. RSA 2018, focuses on “Analytics, Intelligence, & Response” demonstrating the importance of analytics in the emerging detection and response market. Which is why you shouldn’t miss the opportunity to test your skills with our VR game ‘The Usual Suspects’.
CyberInt at RSA 2018
This year at RSA, we have a new product announcement. Our Forensics Canvas offers a new way to use discovery across unknown connections to uncover an attack’s TTPs and related threat actors to provide insight into how to best respond to various IOCs. This new tool, integrated into our Managed Detection and Response (MDR) platform, provides the tools needed for triage and research an IOC in a graphic and intuitive way.
During the event, you’ll have a chance to participate in our interactive Virtual Reality (VR) game “The Usual Suspects.” The game will take you through a virtual world of cyber security threats and how the people within your organization can either support you or bring you down – you’ll be faced with different vulnerabilities and attack vectors and will have to select the right course of action to manage them.
You’ll get the chance to test yourself “on the worst day in a CISO’s life.”
How do you think you’ll do?
RSA 2018, Must Catch Show Events
RSA is the main cybersecurity event of the year. It had a massive audience of over 40,000 attendees last year. Across two main halls, the event has around 500 speakers and 300 sessions. These are just a few you don’t want to miss:
Brad Smith, Microsoft President, is one of the leading keynote speakers. Brad is also the Chief Compliance Office at Microsoft and will have an intimate view of how compliance impacts data security in 2018.
Over the 4-days of the show, there are many callout sessions; these are a few recommendations: