Join Intel experts for panel discussions and talks at this year’s RSA Conference 2023, taking place in San Francisco and virtually, starting April 24. This hybrid conference is where the security industry converges to discuss current and future concerns, and to provide access to experts, unbiased content and ideas that help enable individuals and companies to advance their cybersecurity posture.
Intel offers the most comprehensive silicon-based security portfolio in the industry, with solutions that directly address key customer challenges in endpoint protection, confidential computing and zero trust. Hear from Intel leaders about how, together with customers and partners, the company is helping build the trusted foundation for computing in a data-centric world.
RSA Conference 2023
When: April 24-27
Where: Moscone Center, San Francisco, and virtual
Intel Booth: #5235 in the North Expo at Moscone Center
Intel RSA Conference 2023 Talks
Hardware Security Following CHIPS Act Enactment – New Era for Supply Chain
The passage of the CHIPS and Science Act of 2022 presents a critical opportunity for the continued enhancement of security and the foundational components powering digital innovation. With billions of dollars of federal investment and novel requirements developed, panelists from government and industry, including Dr. Amit Elazari, director of Global Cybersecurity Policy at Intel, will distill the latest developments in hardware security policy and discuss global implications.
When: 10:50-11:40 a.m. PDT Monday, April 24
Where: Moscone West 2001
RSA 2nd Annual SBOM Meetup
Don’t miss a great panel discussion on the regulatory and compliance landscape in application security moderated by Allan Friedman with leading industry panelists Adrian Diglio, Dmitry Raidman, John Crowley and Dr. Amit Elazari, director of Global Cybersecurity Policy at Intel.
When: 6-8:30 p.m. PDT Monday, April 24
Where: 83 Minna St., San Francisco, CA 94105
The Rise of Confidential Computing, What It Is and What it Means to You
Cloud computing has led to security concerns of processing on systems with multiple tenants or the infrastructure owner’s privileged access. Separating the platform owner and other tenants is a growing concern. Confidential computing uses crypto and hardware separation to provide a new paradigm in trusted computing. Hear from Stephanie Domas, chief technology strategist at Intel, and learn how to reimagine compute leveraging confidential computing.
When: 8:30-9:20 a.m. PDT Tuesday, April 25
Where: Moscone West 3006
The U.S. National Cyber Label Program for Consumer Connected Devices
There are multiple consumer-facing cyber label efforts – existing and emerging – aimed at the U.S. market. Among emerging programs is a U.S. national cybersecurity label that leverages NIST work and ties in industry programs. This panel, featuring Dr. Amit Elazari, director of Global Cybersecurity Policy at Intel, will cover the project, requirements, certification, and policy implications and will highlight how it all ties together on the global stage.
When: 1:15-2:05 p.m. PDT Tuesday, April 25
Where: Moscone West 3001
The Future of Cyber Workforce – An Ecosystem View and Global Perspectives
The introduction of the U.S. Cyber Workforce Strategy and EU initiative on cyber skills presents a critical opportunity to enable the workforce of the future. It also requires an entire-stack all-hands-on-board approach. With new threats and requirements emerging, this panel of experts from government, industry and academia, moderated by Dr. Amit Elazari, director of Global Cybersecurity Policy at Intel, will distill the latest developments and action needed to address these needs.
When: 2:25-3:15 p.m. PDT Wednesday, April 26
Where: Moscone South 154