About the event:
RSA Conference, Virtual Experience
Connect to valuable content, the latest innovations and inspiring speakers. Every year brings with it new challenges. To you. To your employees. To your organization. The best weapon against these challenges? Resilience.
As a community, we have different perspectives. Different roles. Different backgrounds. Each of us has something unique to bring to the table. But there is one quality we all share. Resilience. We are linked by a mission to take on cyberthreats that are, by nature, relentless. That are conceived by those who persistently attempt to steal our data, our wealth, and our peace of mind. We are also connected by world events that threaten the very foundation of our profession. We respond by searching ever deeper within ourselves to create solutions that can withstand and quickly recover from whatever adversity is thrown at us. And while there will never be a definitive chapter to our story, it is the journey itself that defines us. Because being resilient requires infinite strength. There can be no let ups. No breaks. No finish lines. Just an unending passion to evolve, adapt and do everything possible to protect the people and organizations that rely on us as their advocates. We will do more than survive. We will thrive.
RSA Conference 2021 is the best place to strengthen your resilience. From the first day to the last, you’ll gain actionable insights from hundreds of traditional and immersive sessions, collaborate and share different perspectives with peers that will spark new approaches, and see the latest technology.
Cloud Security Lead and Security Consultant
At F-Secure, Nick Jones focuses on AWS security in mature, cloud-native organizations and large enterprises. He has several years’ experience delivering offensive security assessments and helping clients improve their cloud security, specializing in supporting development of cloud attack detection capabilities. He has previously spoken on the topic at DEF CON, fwd:cloudsec, Cloud Native Security Day, and t2. He maintains Leonidas, an open source cloud attack simulation framework.
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Alfie has a background in software development and DevOps and now leads the global delivery of attack detection services at F-Secure. He has a keen interest in infrastructure-as-code and the use of software development principles to enable the scalability and repeatability of attack detection capability improvement.
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