Twitter is buzzing with chatter about the RSA Conference 2017 (RSAC). Attendees, vendors, and speakers alike are anxiously awaiting the opportunity to discuss information security and the latest technology at the largest security conference in the world. Attending RSAC? Here’s what you should know about Webroot.

What’s new with Webroot in 2017

Today, we announced the expansion of our platform with 3 new products; Webroot FlowScape® Analytics, Webroot BrightCloud® Streaming Malware Detection, and Webroot SecureAnywhere® DNS Protection leverage the security industry’s most sophisticated artificial intelligence engine to give customers greater protection against today’s most dangerous known and unknown cyber threats.

By providing deeper insight into behaviors in the web and network layers, our new products offer better protection against today’s most advanced threats—both known and unknown—no matter where users are or what devices are connected. – Chad Bacher, SVP of product strategy and technology alliances, Webroot

During RSAC, be sure to visit us in the South Expo at booth #S1307 to experience Webroot threat intelligence and security products in action.

The Webroot Briefing Center Presentation at RSAC

Identifying threats within the barrage of everyday network traffic can be difficult. During our Briefing Center Presentation Securing the Internet of Everything: How Webroot Keeps a Smart City Safe, Chad Bacher will be discussing this how smart cities and other organizations can use advanced inspection modeling, and analytics inside the network to avoid security risks.

In-Booth Presentations

We is hosting multiple in-booth presentations throughout the conference.  Presentation topics will include our insights into the most recent threat trends, stopping polymorphic malware, using machine learning to detect zero-day threats, and more. Be sure to set a private meeting with Webroot security experts, also.

Join leading security pros and innovators, including the Webroot team, at RSAC 2017 to learn about the current state of cybersecurity. Get our thoughts on what the future holds.

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