According to conference organizers, choosing the theme, “better,” for RSA 2019, was a no-brainer. This word bubbled to the top across all their conversations with industry stakeholders about the state of cybersecurity – we need to do better. But one question remains. When it comes to cybersecurity, what defines better?
RSA organizers acknowledge that improved technology is part of the answer, but not the only one. They argue that being better is as much about who does it, as it is about, what we do. RSA 2019 demands that all of us – everyone from the C Suite to those of us on the front lines be better; that we all make security a top priority, cultivate the capacity to understand the latest threats, and put in the extra hours to prime industry, government, and organizations to meet the magnitude of the global cyber threat.
However, for those of us who want to lead cybersecurity, the message is BETTER as well. Brown University is leading this charge with the Executive Master in Cybersecurity program. We’re not leaving to chance that leaders will magically emerge with the unique capacity to lead cybersecurity across technology, policy, human factors, and privacy. We created this executive master’s degree for those who are willing to take that extra step, to be better, and work with leading academic and industry minds to collectively build a safer future. In the words of VP and RSA Conference Curator Sandra Toms:
…to help ensure a more secure world so others can get on with the business of making it a better one.
Find out how you can meet the RSA demand for better by joining the best in cybersecurity.
Will you be at RSA 2019? Program Director Alan Usas will be scheduling meetings with high-potential prospects while he’s in San Francisco from March 4-8, 2019. To learn more and request a meeting, contact us at ExecMasters@brown.edu.