RSAC 2023: Key Trends and Takeaways from This Year’s Event
The topics at this year's RSA Conference ranged from the importance of improving cybersecurity training for employees to the need to upskill staff to fill vacant positions, but some recurring themes emerged. Several experts echoed one another in calling for simplifying and consolidating security platforms, while others highlighted the potential of artificial intelligence to automate security processes.
Anand Oswal, Senior Vice President and General Manager, Palo Alto Networks
Matthew Vinton, Strategic Systems Consultant, Quest Software
Rick McElroy, Principal Cybersecurity Strategist, VMware
Jeetu Patel, Executive Vice President and General Manager, Security and Collaboration Business Units, Cisco
Clarke Rodgers, Director of Enterprise Strategy, Amazon Web Services
Jenny Brinkley, Director, Amazon Security
- Cybersecurity experts pointed out that artificial intelligence has the potential to make organizations either more or less secure, depending on how it's used and who is using it.
- Organizations are looking to consolidate security tools and platforms for a more unified approach.
- Cybersecurity can be a business enabler if its proponents are given a seat at the table in executive-level conversations.