SPJ | TScott Sky Lounge welcomed over 200 security experts at RSA2020

Hosted on the 31st floor of the InterContinental San Francisco, the SPJ | TScott Sky Lounge welcomed over 200 security experts, C-Suite leaders, and startup founders for a full day of connection and exploration of new technology.

Leaders in the industry were able to discuss and preview some of the newest technologies to help further their corporate innovation.

This year’s feature startups included:

In the afternoon we shifted our focus to a data protection lunch and learned to discuss privacy regulations, risk exposure, & encryption. with featured speakers Ed Yu, CEO of StrongSalt and Lydia F de la Torre, EU & US Counsel | Privacy | Data Protection | CyberSecurity at Squire Patton Boggs.

This interactive lunch and learn gave attendees the opportunity to explore technology that is transforming digital privacy as well as gain intimate knowledge from Squire Patton Boggs on compliance and risk.

With a picture-perfect sunset backdrop, open bar, and unlimited putt putt golf on the balcony, the evening transitioned into networking with C-Suite Ambassadors including the former CIO of the U.S. Federal Government, Retired 4 Star General, CISO at Samsung, CIO at Freedom Financial, CTO and VP at Palo Alto Networks, and more.

As promised, prizes including swag and custom tailored suits (thanks to Heritage House Custom Tailors!) were given away to many of our valued attendees.
This event showcases SPJ’s ability to cultivate corporate – startup partnerships in an environment created for authentic in-person introductions that lead to business success.

Contact us for more information on our startup portfolio or if you are interested in learning more about being a part of our

Ambassador Board Program and to connect with SPJ, Tony Scott, and Maurice Steblia, CISO of Samsung to book a briefing today.

We look forward to seeing you at the next SPJ event!

Team SPJ

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