The CES of Security Events

Much like January marks the annual tradition of consumer electronics companies embarking on a trip to Las Vegas for the mother of all technology tradeshows, February is the time of year all security companies gather together in San Francisco for the RSA Conference.

Like every year, WinMagic will be in attendance to see what’s happening in the IT security space and to also partake in the TCG’s annual Association Seminar.

Later this month we’ll delve a little deeper into what we’ll be doing at the TCG event at RSA, but as always, we’re happy to be a part of the event. We’ve been a participant at RSA for a number of years now and it’s always an exciting event with lots of great content for attendees.

Now this is a relative short post this time, the main thing I wanted to get across here is that yes, we’re going to be at RSA and at the TCG Association Seminar. If you’re going to RSA and want to meet, let us know! We’re happy to schedule time to meet to discuss what we’re doing and how we’re evolving SecureDoc and our GTM strategy.

Hope to see you there!

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