The 2017 RSA Conference in San Francisco is less than two weeks away and the Synack team will be out in full force. Last year, over 40,000 attendees met at the Moscone Center and surrounding area to exchange ideas, expose the latest trends, and present solutions to the growing complexity of cybersecurity issues. We’re excited to return to RSA this year to share some insights that we’ve learned along the way in utilizing Crowd Security Intelligence to keep the world’s leading organizations more secure.
With 5 speaking sessions from 3 different Synack speakers – CEO Jay Kaplan, Director of R&D Patrick Wardle, and Head of Product Tony Gambacorta – as well as a multitude of hosted parties and events surrounding the event, there are plenty of opportunities to hear from and catch up with your favorite hackers.
Patrick Wardle, Synack Director of Research
Meet and Greet with the macOS Malware Class of 2016
Tuesday, February 14
3:45 PM – 4:30 PM | Moscone South | Room 308
Thursday, February 16
8:00 AM – 8:45 AM | Moscone West | Room 2001
Say hello to KeRanger, Eleanor, Keydnap and more! 2016 was a busy year for Mac malware authors who released a variety of new macOS malware creations. The talk will provide a technical overview of this malware, by discussing their infection vectors, persistence mechanisms and features. He will conclude by discussing various generic detections and best security practices to secure Macs.
Patrick’s OS X malware research will once again be front-and-center at RSA, this time presenting a comprehensive breakdown of the “Mac Malware Class of ’16”. Whether it’s at RSA, DefCon, RuxCon, etc., Patrick always puts on a show (often standing room only), so make sure to reserve a seat and get there early.
As a preview and teaser to Patrick’s talk, check out his recent blog post: Mac Malware of 2016 .
Synack-Hosted Events During RSAC 2017
Government-Only Conversation on Crowdsourced Security
Closed-door session on the future of crowdsourced penetration testing in the US Government. Presented by Synack and the Defense Digital Service.
Women in Security: Pioneers & Power Brokers
Michelle Dennedy, Chief Privacy Officer at Cisco and Lisa Wiswell, the U.S. Defense Department’s Digital Security and Hack the Pentagon Lead, will be leading an exclusive executive-level discussion on women security executive’s role in driving change in the security industry.
Networking Event with Synack Researcher and Platform Experts
Open Invitation, Attendance is Limited.
Tuesday, February 14th
5-7 PM | The Grove Yerba Buena | San Francisco
Synack is hosting an informal social event for the cybersecurity researcher community. Our special guests in attendance include Tony Gambacorta, Head of Product, Patrick Wardle, Director of Research, and select Synack Red Team members.
We look forward to seeing you at RSA 2017! Be sure to enroll in particular sessions before the conference begins and claim your spot early, such as Tony’s Focus-On session, as spots will be limited to ensure a small group setting. If you are unable to attend this year, stay tuned for recorded webinars from the sessions led by Jay, Tony, and Patrick; we’ll be posting our RSA highlights here in the coming weeks!
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