Singapore, August 2019 - DriveLock, as an active member of the cybersecurity community and an endpoint protection provider, exhibited at the RSA Conference APJ 2019 on the 16th -18th July. DriveLock actively engaged partners and customers during the event and developed greater relations and understanding of the cybersecurity challenges the region is facing. 


It was an exciting week at the RSA Conference with extensive and meaningful interactions at the DriveLock booth. 

"The RSA Conference was a rewarding week of conversations with our partners and customers in developing a greater understanding of the cybersecurity challenges faced in the region and how we at DriveLock can help alleviate these challenges," says Vincent Ong at DriveLock. 

Our live demonstrations were very well-received by audiences who learned how DriveLock protects a robot in a smart factory setting through machine learning and AI. This generated significant interest in our Zero Trust platform and how we protect your endpoints. 

DriveLock's Vice President of Sales, Ralf Hart, and Director of PreSales, Marc Lemarquis, were also present to support the event. 

It was a very engaging experience, with more than 150 visitors to the DriveLock booth from different countries around Asia, Europe and the USA, as well as customers coming from various industries such as finance and manufacturing. 

Key themes emerged from the Conference including; innovation, AI, machine learning and the need for stronger collaboration between governments, agencies and the private sector.

Due to the rapidly developing nature of the cybersecurity industry, the RSA Conference posed a challenge to innovate new responses and defences against the emerging threat landscape. These responses include vulnerability detection and security training, both of which are solutions that DriveLock actively delivers. This, along with embedded AI and machine learning technology within our security platform, are key for a strong cybersecurity defence system. 

 

 

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