Endpoint Protector for Better Security at RSAC 2019
Organized for the 28th time in San Francisco, the RSA Conference 2019 tackled with the idea of “Better”. This year’s theme was about what defines better in the field of cybersecurity and what can organizations do to better their security outcomes. Is it about new tools for building stronger walls? Sharper algorithms for predicting risk? AI and machine learning to help outsmart cybercriminals? Although it is never obvious what’s next in terms of threats, some of the best minds in the industry dedicated the past week to discuss how to best move forward.
Between 4-8 March 2019, the Moscone Center became one more time the center of cybersecurity. The RSA Conference 2019 brought together cybersecurity professionals from all over the world, who revealed valuable insights about emerging themes and trends in the industry; the biggest infosec news were discussed and highly relevant and up-to-date information was presented during more than 500 sessions. The sessions were organized under more than a dozen core topics: Data Privacy; Analytics, Intelligence & Response; Application Security; C-Suite View; Cloud Security; DevOps; Compliance; Human Element; Identity; Law; IoT; Machine Learning etc.
Endpoint Protector at RSA Conference 2019
Our team of experts has attended the RSA Conference for the 6th time this year, and it proved to be the best place to release our latest product update. The award-winning Endpoint Protector 18.104.22.168 brings improvements and upgraded functionalities as well as a brand-new feature: Deep Packet Inspection. We are relentlessly committed to provide an improved user experience and to make already existing functionalities more powerful and easier to use.
Furthermore, it has been a pleasure for us to discuss the latest trends and tips about Data Loss Prevention as well as to conduct live demos in our booth. The lively interactions confirmed that Endpoint Protector has highly relevant features and solves many of today’s data loss challenges. We are thoroughly appreciative of everyone who visited our booth and we enjoyed many inspiring conversations. Like every year, Endpoint Protector organized its traditional LEGO Technic giveaway which was hugely popular. This year’s prize was the LEGO Technic Bugatti Chiron set, that captures the essence of the quintessential super sports car and it was won by one of the participants.
It was a pleasant surprise and an honor to have been named a winner at the 2019 InfoSec Awards, where we have received the prize of Hot Company Data Loss Prevention. Endpoint Protector won at the InfoSec Awards after nearly 3,000 companies were reviewed globally by Cyber Defense Magazine, a premier source of IT Security information.
As we think back on our attendance at RSA Conference 2019, after the numerous conversations and demos, it is clear to us that organizations are committed to prioritizing and protecting their data – to making their cybersecurity better.