RSA Conference is kicking off next week in San Francisco at the Moscone Convention Center, May 6-9. For us security professionals, it’s basically a holiday. It’s a great opportunity to attend actionable sessions, network with security leaders, and participate in educational learning labs. Bugcrowd is pulling out all the stops for the event! Check out our jam-packed event agenda below. 

Visit the Bugcrowd booth

We’ll be at Booth 2245 in the Moscone Convention Center from May 6-9. Drop by our booth to get the latest swag–plus answers to your burning questions about crowdsourced cybersecurity. Be sure to get your badge scanned to enter to win a SONOS Era Smart Speaker.

Throughout the conference, we’ll be hosting expert presentations in our booth theater. Join us for sessions on AI, the Inside the Mind of a Hacker report, crowdsourced security, and more.  

Make the most out of your time in the booth by booking a meeting with the Bugcrowd leadership team in advance. Schedule time with our executives during the event to discuss your challenges and learn how the Bugcrowd Platform can help. Be sure to book your meeting in advance, as spots are limited.  

Attend expert presentations

  • CISO + Hacker Panel

In this exclusive event, we’re bringing together T-Mobile, Fluence Energy, and two hackers to talk about how CISOs and hackers are an unlikely romance that truly are better together. 

Bugcrowd’s founder and Chief Strategy Officer, Casey Ellis, will be sitting down with Richard Szymborski, Senior Manager of Operational Technology at Air Canada. They’ll be discussing Air Canada’s journey from a vulnerability disclosure to bug bounty program and key lessons learned along the way. 

Hear from Casey again, who is speaking on a panel about a first-of-its-kind pilot program in which election technology providers gave hackers access to modern voting machines under the principles of Coordinated Vulnerability Disclosure. This panel explores lessons learned and next steps. 

Network with other security professionals

One thing you can be sure to hear a lot about this RSA is AI safety and security. Bugcrowd is hosting an exclusive AI roundtable dinner. During the discussion, we’ll focus on actionable advice to adopt AI with confidence. We’ll break down AI as a tool, as a target, and as a threat. Spots are limited—please reach out if you’re interested in joining the roundtable. 

Make your RSA a little like a mullet—business in the front, party in the back. Once you’re ready to party, come hang out at the Secure Software Speakeasy. Joining hands with Apiiro, Secure Code Warrior, and to celebrate our multifaceted application security community over delectable tapas and inventive cocktails within this hidden gem of a speakeasy. RSVP for the event and join us May 8 at 6pm. 

Both are great opportunities for inspiring new security strategies, networking, and fun!