Quick Take-Aways From the RSA Security Conference
Like many others, I’m still recovering from last week’s marathon at the RSA Security Conference in San Francisco. Here’s a shotgun list of my impressions of the show:
- The transition from “bolted on” to “baked in” security. With security as a top-of-mind issue across business and IT, security functionality is moving toward cloud, application, and IT infrastructure. Intel announced new chip-level security functionality. Microsoft discussed its plans for IoT devices with a secure microprocessor and even a Windows-based version of Linux. Google is busy enhancing GCP with security functionality for DLP, access control, traffic segmentation, etc. Good development but command-and-control across infrastructure security is bound to become an issue soon. Someone will make a killing with centralized policy management tools.
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