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RSA Conference 2023

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San Francisco CA
Event type
RSA Conference 2023 April 24th-27th San Francisco, CA

JoinCISAat RSAC 2023!

We couldn’t be more excited about the RSAC 2023 theme: Stronger Together.

CISA is exhibiting and speaking at the annual RSA Conference on April 24-27, 2023, in San Francisco, CA. This four-day event will feature speakers from CISA, government and industry partners, and presentations and technology demonstrations from across CISA’s portfolio.  

 “Stronger Together” focuses on building on each other’s diverse knowledge to create the next breakthrough—exchanging ideas, sharing our success stories, and bravely examining our failures. The conference will kick-off with a keynote speaker and feature RSAC Sandbox, startup technology demonstrations focused on Cybersecurity, and the Expo. The event will also include expert panel discussions and breakout sessions. Check back regularly for program updates. 

About the Conference

Registration Hours

Visit the link for registration check-in details.

Expo Hours

Monday, April 24, 2023, 4:30 PM - 7:00 PM
Tuesday, April 25, 2023, 10:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Wednesday, April 26, 2023, 10:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Thursday, April 27, 2023, 10:00 AM - 3:00 PM

Exhibitor Booth

We are conveniently located in Moscone South at exhibitor booth number 1435.

Agenda – Day One – Monday, April 24, 2023

Integrating Cyber Operations: CISA and CyberCom-CNMF Partnership

10:50-11:40 a.m. PT Room: Moscone West 2006

Speaker(s): Eric Goldstein, (CISA). Major General William Hartman, (Cyber National Mission Force).

Federal Government Panel - Software Supply Chain and Executive Order 14028

1:20-2:20 p.m. PT Location: Hilton San Francisco Union Square

Moderator: Felipe Fernandez, (Fortinet Federal) Panelists: Klint Walker, (CISA), Rob Vietmeyer, (DCIO (IE)).

THIS is JCDC. A Whole of National Approach to Cybersecurity.

2:20-3:10 p.m. PT Room: Moscone West 2014

Panelists: Maria Probst, (JCDC), Jason Barrett, (CTIIC), Stephanie Kiel, (Google), Robert Sheldon (CrowdStrike).

Agenda – Day Three – Wednesday, April 26, 2023

The National Cyber Strategy as a Roadmap for a Secure Cyber Future

9:40-10:30 a.m. PT Moscone West 2001

Moderator: Melinda Rogers, (Department of Justice), Speakers: Eric Goldstein, (CISA), Liesyl Franz, (International Cyberspace Security), Robert Knake (Office of the National Cyber Director), Bryan Vorndran (FBI).

Wanna Get Malware Out of Emails? CISA’s Latest Research

9:40-10:30 a.m. PT Room: Moscone West 3022

Speaker(s): Dr. Olga Livingston (CISA), Thomas Ruoff (CISA).

Cyber Informed Engineering: Getting Engineers to Live Security-by-Design

1:15-2:05pm Location: Moscone West 3018

Speaker(s): Jack Cable (CISA), Cheri Caddy (Office of the National Cyber Director, Frank Cilluffo (McCrary Institute for Cyber and Critical and Critical Infrastructure Security, Auburn University)

How US Federal Agencies Coordinate/Collaborate/Integrate with Private Sector

2:30-3:30pm Location: Moscone Center, Room 311

Moderator: David Nufrio (Department of Commerce/ITA), Speaker(s): Chad Poland (INFOSEC), Kevin Stine (NIST), Lester Kwok (FBI), Cynthia Aragon (Department of Commerce/ITA)

Agenda – Day Four – Thursday, April 27, 2023

From Public Private Partnerships to Operational Collaboration

8:30-9:20 a.m. PT Room: Moscone West 2001 

Moderator: Morgan Adamski (DOD), Speaker(s): Todd Conklin (Department of the Treasury), Cynthia Kaiser (FBI), Kyle Pfeiffer (DOE), Clayton Romans (JCDC).

Additional Resources

Secure by Design, Secure by Default

It’s time to build cybersecurity into the design and manufacture of technology products. Find out what it means to be secure by design and secure by default.  

Target Rich, Cyber Poor

CISA focuses on helping target-rich, cyber-poor key critical infrastructure sectors including K-12 education, healthcare and public health, and water and wastewater, to boost their cybersecurity.

About the Joint Cyber Defense Collaborative (JCDC)

The JCDC helps unify cyber defenders from organizations worldwide. Learn more about how our diverse team collaborates with industry and government.

Working at CISA

CISA is always searching for diverse, talented, and highly motivated professionals to continue our mission of securing the nation’s critical infrastructure. Learn more about our hiring opportunities.