Kaspersky Lab, a leading developer of Internet threat management solutions that protect against all forms of malicious software including viruses, spyware, hackers and spam, invites you to visit Booth 1145 at the RSA USA 2010 Conference being held between the 2nd and 4th March 2010, in San Francisco, California.
For security professionals around the world, the annual RSA Conference in the USA is an ideal opportunity to learn about the latest trends, tools and techniques to keep businesses safe, and ensure their professional skill-sets are up to date.
At the company's show-floor booth, Kaspersky Lab will host "Threatpost Live", a live security discussion between Threatpost editors Ryan Naraine and Dennis Fisher. Each day at 2:00 PM they will provide new insight into what 2010 holds in store for the IT security industry.
Kaspersky Lab will also hold multiple presentations (daily, every 30 minutes between 11am and 4pm) on how to prevent digital pollution in the workplace. The presentations will examine the deluge of threats that businesses face on a daily basis, and the best way to combat those threats to ensure safety across the network.
Additionally, Kaspersky Lab's Senior Antivirus Researcher Roel Schouwenberg will join a panel of AMTSO experts to discuss current anti-malware testing methodologies at a presentation entitled "The Relevance of Anti-Malware Testing". The panel will be looking at testing from all perspectives and providing as broad an overview as possible. Other panel members include: Neil Rubenking, PC Magazine; Andreas Marx, AV-Test; Righard Zwienenberg, Norman; and moderator Larry Bridwell, AVG. The panel discussion will be held on 2nd March at 3:40pm, in Orange Room 301.
For more information about RSA Conference USA 2010 please visit: www.rsaconference.com/2010/usa/