Who else crushed it at RSA?

Who else crushed it at RSA?

The theme for this year’s RSA Conference was the “Power of OpportUNITY”, and with more than 43,000 IT and security professionals in attendance—it truly was the gathering to bring our community together.

Malwarebytes was proud to once again take part in this spectacular week-long event. Thousands of customers, new businesses, students, press, and industry analysts made their way to our new booth to catch our giant threat theater presentation, see a demo, grab a new collectible T-shirt, and say “Hi” to our robot (who was officially named ZERO).

While at the booth, visitors shared with us the security challenges and pain they’re experiencing. Overwhelmingly, threats including zero-day exploits, malware, and ransomware are continuing to get through their existing defenses and perimeters. Businesses from around the country across every industry are all looking for better threat detection capabilities and ways to reduce their response times for incidents. This made for a great opportunity to explain how Malwarebytes technologies can address these shared needs.

But the week wasn’t just about security… the galleries at the recently remodeled San Francisco Museum of Modern Art were the perfect backdrop for our CRUSH PARTY on Valentine’s Day. Filled to capacity, guests fell in love with the perfect palette of music, food, and great art.

Mark your calendars now for RSA’s 27th annual conference, being held April 16-20, 2018 in San Francisco. ZERO and the rest of us Malwarenauts will be there, and we hope you’ll join us too!

Can’t wait till then? Check out our Events page to see where else we’re popping up this year.


Dana Torgersen

Senior Product Marketing Manager

Dana is a veteran product marketer with more than 10 years in the infosec industry. He helps businesses, schools, and government agencies understand how they can protect their endpoints against advanced threats including exploits, malware, and ransomware attacks.