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RSA Conference USA 2016 – Secure Your Place in the Cloud

By Heather Morris, Public Relations Manager

Mar 7, 2016
 

Last week, information security professionals from across the globe gathered in San Francisco, Calif. for RSA Conference 2016 USA. We were on-hand to talk with attendees about the variety of security solutions available through Entrust Datacard.

Throughout the conference, attendees who visited the Entrust Datacard booth could view demos of a variety of our security solutions, as well as hear hourly presentations on topics including Mobile as the New Desktop, Enterprises Moving to the Cloud, Realizing Your Vision for the Internet of Things, the Entrust Datacard Border Control Solution and more. Additionally, Evan O’Regan, director of product management, gave a briefing center presentation Tuesday, March 1 on the topic of Identity as a Critical Next Step in Security.

You can learn more about our days at RSA Conference 2016 by reading our daily recaps linked below or by downloading resources from our RSA Conference website.

Day 1

Day 2

Day 3

Day 4

Additionally, you can learn more about our full portfolio of solutions for trusted identities and secure transactions by visiting, www.entrustdatacard.com/products.

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About Heather

Heather Morris is Entrust Datacard’s public relations manager, where she manages corporate public relations and social media. Prior to joining Entrust Datacard, Morris held a variety of positions in account management, marketing and public relations within the financial, technology and healthcare industries. Morris holds a bachelor’s degree in communication from Luther College in Decorah, Iowa.

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