Red Hat talks security at the 2017 RSA Conference in San Francisco

Watch out San Francisco, and get ready to make your datacenter more secure with Red Hat!

Love (for IT security) will definitely be in the air this Valentine’s week at RSA, where Red Hat will be presenting not only breakout sessions, but also a Birds-of-a-Feather and Peer2Peer Session. To learn more about Red Hat’s sessions at RSA, have a look at the details below.

Title Speaker Session ID            Date & Time
Managing your Open Source Josh Bressers P2P3-T11 February 14
3:45 PM – 4:30 PM
Room: Marriott Marquis – Nob Hill C
Justifying what you pay for security (BOF) Josh Bressers BOF1-W01B February 15
7:00 am – 7:45 am
Moscone West – 2009 Table B
Saving CVE with OpenSource Kurt Seifried, Red Hat & Kent Landfield, Intel ASD-T10F February 14
2:30 PM – 3:15 PM
Moscone West – 2005
Saving CVE with OpenSource (Focus On) Kurt Seifried, Red Hat & Kent Landfield, Intel FON1-T11 February 14
3:45 PM – 4:30 PM
Moscone West – 2009
Integrated Solutions for Trusted Clouds and SDI Shawn Wells, Red Hat & Steve Orrin, Intel TECH-F02 February 17
10:15 AM – 11:00 AM
Moscone South – 302

Be sure to also visit us at the Expo at Booth N3231! We will be showcasing several demos, including:

Automating Security Compliance for your Physical, Virtual, Cloud, and Container Environments

In this demo, attendees will learn how to automate security compliance for your hybrid IT infrastructure, from learning how to provision a security compliant host at the push of a button to detecting and fixing security and compliance issues via automation.

Identity and Key Management

This demo will highlight smart card based authentication with Identity Management and SSSD, network bound disk encryption, SSSD container for Atomic Host, and using authentication indicators with Kerberos tickets.

Secure Foundations: Why Red Hat Enterprise Linux is not just another Linux Distribution

In this talk, attendees will learn what sets Red Hat Enterprise Linux apart from other Linux distributions, including the inherent software security technologies in the world’s leading enterprise Linux platform, Red Hat’s more secure supply chain, how the Red Hat Product Security/Security Response team operates and more.

Proactive Security with Red Hat CloudForms, Insights, and Ansible Tower

In this demo, learn how you can be proactive in securing your infrastructure using a combination of Red Hat’s management tools including Red Hat CloudForms, Red Hat Insights, and Ansible Tower by Red Hat.

Building secure IoT solutions with Red Hat JBoss AMQ, Fuse, BRMS and Red Hat Enterprise Linux

In this demo, you will learn how you can build more secure IoT solutions using a combination of Red Hat technologies. Specifically, you will learn how to build a secure intelligent IoT gateway with Red Hat JBoss A-MQ, Red Hat JBoss Fuse, Red Hat JBoss BRMS and Red Hat Enterprise Linux.

Securing Applications with Red Hat Single Sign-On

In this demo, learn how Red Hat Single Sign-On enables you to secure your web applications by providing Web SSO capabilities based on popular standards such as SAML 2.0, OpenID Connect, and OAuth 2.0.

Creating a Cloud Stronghold

In this demo, learn how you can provide better secure your cloud environment by using a combination of Red Hat’s cloud products: Red Hat CloudForms, Red Hat Openstack, and Ansible Tower by Red Hat.

Red Hat Openstack Platform Encryption Volumes

In this demo, learn how Red Hat Openstack Platform’s barbican key management service can be used to allow for encrypted Cinder volumes. The keys are securely stored within the Key Recovery Authority subsystem of Red Hat Identity Management.

Container Security

We will showcase several demos on container security, including  deep container introspection and control, layered container security and much more.

For more information , please visit our RSA Conference 2017 page. We look forward to seeing all of you at RSA!

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