IT professionals, security vendors, and the media all converge at RSA Conference 2015 in San Francisco the week of April 20-24th, where Sophos is well represented by our security experts and our great staff.
We’re presenting some new research at the show, so you won’t want to miss our live demonstrations. We’re also sharing all the news from RSA on social media, providing in-depth coverage on Naked Security, and podcasting from the event!
What are we talking about at RSA? Here’s a rundown of the big topics Sophos security experts are exploring.
Chester Wisniewski talks about what he’s learned in his research comparing the security of the newest iPhones, Androids and Windows Phones. Which mobile platform is the most secure? We’ll find out.
Chet’s also looking at “when penguins attack” – explaining Linux’s role in the malware ecosystem and why Windows malware is so widespread because of it.
Plus, Chet talks about the crimewave of credit card data theft and explains the how and why.
James Lyne looks back at the many headline-grabbing cybersecurity events in 2014 – the big hacks of companies like Target and Sony, huge vulnerabilities like Heartbleed, and the explosion of the Internet of Things – and tells us where cybersecurity is headed next.
John Shier talks about the “Mal Men” behind the surge in malvertising; and explains exploit kits that infect computers with drive-by downloads – from RATs (remote access Trojans) to ransomware like CryptoLocker.
John and Chet also co-present an interesting and practical talk about how to use “defense in depth” to protect against modern threats. And James is co-presenting with the SANS Institute about vulnerabilities and mitigation.
Yep, there’s a lot going on at RSA, and Sophos is right in the thick of it.
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