With our troops on the ground in San Francisco and a team tuning in to the Conference programming from mission control back in Boston, we at PAN are kicking of RSA 2015 with a bang.
As a resource for our readers, here is a collection of links to Tuesday’s Keynote coverage written by our media friends in attendance:
Scott Charney, Corporate Vice-President of Microsoft's Trustworthy Computing, details what's wrong and what's right in security.
By Sean Michael Kerner
Scott Charney, Corporate Vice-President of Microsoft's Trustworthy Computing, delivers RSA Conference Keynote address on April 21, 2015. Photo credit: PAN Communications
The Secretary of Homeland Security addresses the growing number of attacks on cyber networks and the potential repercussions on the economy and national security.
By Rachel King
By Danielle Walker
Mandated access to decrypt communications would cripple privacy
By Tim Greene
PAN team members watch the keynotes from our RSA Conference Mission Control