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April 22, 2015

It's 2015 and I'm Still Not At RSA Conference

RSA is here again.  This year our crew is decked out in spiffy monster ties, sweater vests and cardigans.

And here I am again, blogging from my cube.  As usual, I’m perusing the RSA site looking for interesting things that my fellow non-attendees can look at.  And before you ask – no I couldn’t watch the live streaming of the RSA keynote. I’m pretty sure it’s because IT didn’t want our network to totally collapse with everyone streaming it to their desks – oh well.

So I’ve been looking some of the session slides that have already been uploaded.  Here are some of the things that have made me chuckle so far.

All Malware is ‘Unknown’ at some point in its life.   Brings back so many memories of hearing Theodora Titonis explaining to various skeptics how data and analytics can identify unknown Android malware.

If only everything was as easy as a diagram in PowerPoint.  Being a ppt junkie myself I have simplified many complex Visio diagrams into something that is human-readable on a slide – only to be told that there isn’t enough detail.

“Cool” DIY security projects become albatrosses  Developers implementing security capablities incorrectly? Yep it does happen – just ask any of our experts about their remediation coaching sessions.

Robb Reck’s photo.  Have you ever seen a happier security guy? 

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At Veracode, Jasmine’s efforts are focused around market research, content development and sales enablement efforts. Previously, Jasmine was a founding partner of Ptak/Noel, an industry analyst and marketing consulting firm. Prior to that she also served as director of systems and applications management at Hurwitz Group, and senior analyst at D.H. Brown Associates. Jasmine holds a bachelor of science from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and a master of science from the University of Southern California.

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