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Looking for some food near the Moscone Center? From cheap eats to high end, we’ve compiled a list of the best eats around downtown San Francisco.

RSA Conference is taking innovation to the next level and, for the first time in the event’s history, it has established a showcase for startups: The Early Stage Expo (ESE). Through this new initiative, 40 newcomers from the US, Canada, Israel, the UK, and France are able to spread the word about what’s to come from the cybersecurity startup world. The ESE is a great spot for any investor who wants to be part of the next big thing in the industry as they have what’s next in security innovation concentrated in one room.

Each February, the security world comes together in the techiest city in the world for a packed week of seminars, keynotes, checking out the latest and greatest security technologies, and of course, lots of parties. If you’ve never been to the RSA Conference and are planning on going – you’re in for a wild ride

Whether it’s your first time or your fifteenth at the RSA Conference, settling on a schedule for the week can be a challenge in and of itself. RSA offers different sessions for their different tracks: Executive, Management, Technical, and Newcomer, and you can find those schedules here.

A recent study found that despite their distrust in companies to properly secure personal data, Americans frequently neglect to follow best practices when securing data themselves.

In need of an espresso-booster? Look no further! When it comes to coffee in San Francisco, you're in for an absolute treat with some of the world's best coffee available at every corner. From Blue Bottle Coffee in Mint Plaza to Mazarine on Market Street, enjoy our guide for all of your coffee needs - all walking distance from RSA.

There were a lot of good information security books that came out in 2016, and many that were not worth reading. With that, here’s my list of the information security books stand out as the best, listed in no particular order.

Ah, another year, another endless series of security incidents and growing threats to keep the IT security world on edge. (And gainfully employed—let's not forget that part.)

Ever scanned a project without finding any serious security results? February 16, 2017 | 7:00 AM - 7:45 AM | Moscone West | 2009 Table G