2016 RSA Conference Recap from Distil Networks

April 4, 2016 Courtney Brady

Last month, Distil Networks had an energetic week full of events surrounding the 2016 RSA Conference in San Francisco. The week capped off with CEO and Co-Founder, Rami Essaid, speaking at the ACG Conference focused on Information Security & Broader Technology Growth.

With the rest of the team focused on the 2016 RSA exhibit hall, many of the 40,000 registered show attendees were invited to guess how many ‘foam/toy’ bots they thought were located in the Distil booth to win a wireless speaker. While no one guessed right on the dot, many people were close to the magic number of 133.

The Distil Networks team joined Bugcrowd, Cloudmark, Okta, (ISC)², and Cylance for a Food Truck party at the Terra Gallery for a gathering of security minds on Wednesday evening. Craft cocktails and four food trucks were featured for all attendees.

Thursday evening concluded the week’s events with Mach37 & CIT GAP Funds’ Launch Lounge with Rami Essaid, speaking on a panel focused on “The Enterprise View of Web Application Security: It Isn’t About Your Website.”

It was an incredible week for the Distil team packed with meetings, deals signed and relationships furthered.

For a limited time, Distil Networks is offering to give a wireless speaker to anyone who attends a demo to learn more about the security threats that pose risks to their websites.

About the Author

Courtney Brady

Courtney Brady is the Director of Marketing at Distil Networks. She comes to Distil Networks from a variety of start-up companies, routed in SaaS and DaaS solutions. Formerly the global communications manager at multiple companies, Courtney is responsible for developing the company’s marketing strategy and branding campaign.

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