Last year at about this time marked one of the last in-person gatherings of the cybersecurity industry, at the RSA Conference in San Francisco. This year, like so much since, that gathering has gone virtual: a symbol of the far-reaching consequences of a year characterized by quarantine, and the transformation of the nature of work – and cybersecurity – that it precipitated.
Join us on Thursday May 13 for a 451 analyst roundtable as we explore the following leading up to the RSA Conference:
- The emphasis on security driven by continued ‘work from anywhere’ and the ‘stimulus package’ of trends and technology segments it has precipitated: zero trust network access (ZTNA), the secure access service edge (SASE), a greater reliance on endpoint telemetry and alternative sources via XDR – and the consequences of an ever-expanding edge
- What remote work means for security teams – and the opportunity it introduces for service providers
- The now-unavoidable impact of attacks against the IT supply chain, and their influence on the future of cybersecurity
- The cybersecurity aspects of environmental, social and governance (ESG) priorities – where security, privacy and policy may play a greater role than many may realize
- Directions for tech M&A in infosec influenced by all these drivers