The conference is organized by OWASP, a nonprofit with 200 chapters in 100 countries whose mission is to “make software security visible.” OWASP, which stands for Open Web Application Security Project, seeks to help individuals and organizations worldwide make informed decisions about software security risks.
Qualys is looking for customers excited to talk on security, best practices and case studies leveraging the use of Qualys technologies. Take the stage in the Qualys booth to share your experience with RSA Conference attendees two or three times total during exhibit hall hours on March 1, 2, or 3.
If you would like to be considered as a presenter, please send a title and short abstract for a 20-30 minute presentation to Victoria Venturi at email@example.com. The call for presenters is open until January 29, 2016.
RSA Conference 2016 is held at Moscone Convention Center in San Francisco. Qualys will provide accepted presenters with a full conference pass, and pay your airfare and hotel expenses for the conference.
That’s why it’s nice to see Qualys honored by “Apps Run the World” in their latest “Cloud Top 500” list of the 500 biggest cloud app vendors in the world. At #223, Qualys is one of the only security service providers to be included, and was recognized for delivering a wide variety of risk management and compliance services for the globally distributed enterprise.
Our annual user conference, QSC15 is quickly approaching and we are looking for presentations on hot topics related to security, best practices and case studies leveraging the use of Qualys technologies.
If you would like to be considered as a presenter, please send a session title and short abstract to Melissa Liton at firstname.lastname@example.org. The CFP is open until August 10, 2015.
This year’s event will be held at the Aria Hotel and Convention Center October 8-9, in Las Vegas. QSC is a unique event with the main purpose to connect our customers and partners with our engineers and leading industry experts. To learn more about Qualys Security Conference, see the QSC14 highlights reel.
Here’s a summary of this week’s SSL news, in case you missed any of it:
SSL Labs API Available
Qualys SSL Labs now includes free assessment APIs, accompanied by a free open source tool that can be used for bulk and automated testing of websites. These APIs and tool are already being used to consolidate testing of websites, detect changes in results and get notifications when certificates expire. And we continue to see public reports of poor SSL configurations, with the goal of motivating companies to improve their security. Here’s an article from eWeek.
Are you a Qualys customer with an interesting story to tell about how Qualys has helped your organization improve its security posture?
If yes, we would love to have you speak in the Qualys Booth at RSA Conference 2015 in San Francisco, April 20-24, 2015.
Qualys has been named a finalist in seven categories for the 2015 SC Awards which recognizes outstanding leadership and achievement in information security. In addition to being named a finalist for the coveted Best Security Company of the Year, Qualys is also a finalist in the following categories: Best Customer Service, Best Vulnerability Management Solution, Best Policy Compliance Solution, Best Risk/Policy Management Solution, Best SME Security Solution, Best Enterprise Security Solution and Best Regulatory Compliance Solution.
The SC Awards is one of the information security industry’s most prominent recognition for cybersecurity professionals, products and services. The awards recognize the achievements of security professionals in the field, the innovations happening in the vendor and service provider communities, and the vigilant work of government, commercial and nonprofit entities. Winners of this year’s SC Awards U.S. will be announced at a gala dinner and award ceremony to be held in San Francisco on April 21, 2015.
Black Hat USA 2014 is one of the most widely attended security conferences of the year and this year there were a number of interesting briefings on a variety of topics such as automotive attack surfaces, POS malware, cloudbots and more. Qualys presented two pieces of research surrounding TSA vulnerabilities as well as hacking physical devices such as keyless cars and home alarm systems.
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