The RSA Conference (RSAC), which focuses on cybersecurity, has announced its keynote speakers for the event on 4-8 March 2019.
The conference will have two keynote stages for the first time this year: the West Stage will continue to feature keynotes and panels, while the South Stage will offer sessions from industry experts to a broader audience. The keynote programme will culminate with a closing speech from actress and writer Tina Fey.
Initial West Stage keynote speakers include Donna Brazile, veteran Democratic political strategist, adjunct professor, author and syndicated columnist, who will speak with former presidential advisor Mary Matalin. Attendees will also be able to hear from Rohit Ghai, president of RSA and Niloofar Razi Howe, a cybersecurity strategist and entrepreneur.
South Stage keynotes feature Josh Corman, chief officer of Security at PTC, and Christina Maslach, professor of psychology at University of California, Berkeley. Delegates will also be able to hear from Mark Russinovich, chief technology officer of Azure at Microsoft.
“The cornerstone of RSAC is providing access to insights from prominent, high-calibre experts across a variety of fields, and our keynotes are an integral component in delivering this,” said Sandra Toms, vice president and curator of the RSAC. “We’re excited for the opportunity to introduce additional content to the keynote programme for more attendees to experience. This year’s line-up already includes a great mix of insights on the latest security trends, technical content and unique perspectives from prominent experts in their field. From cybersecurity visionaries and leadership from technology powerhouses, to inspirational speakers, our keynote programme is sure to challenge attendees to think differently and change their perspectives, leaving them motivated and armed to make their mark on our security landscape and ultimately, the world.”
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