RSAC day one was a busy one for Palo Alto Networks.
On Monday, we launched Cortex XSOAR, hosted our Symphony conference at August Hall, opened our booth at the RSAC Expo and kicked off the Palo Alto Networks Experience at the Virgin Hotel. Here are some highlights from Monday's social media coverage:
The momentum is building on the #RSAC show floor! Join us at booth N-5955 to talk with our product experts, get live demos and enjoy free coffee and beer throughout the week. #SecuredByPAN (Linkedin, Twitter, Facebook, Instagram)
We are proud to introduce Cortex XSOAR, an evolution of Demisto, continuing our tradition of raising the bar for the security orchestration, automation and response category. https://bit.ly/2VbqtyQ (Twitter, Linkedin, Facebook)
“We’ve created an immersive environment where everyone is tackling these things at the same time so we can respond to threats a lot quicker.” - Michelle Jones from The Pokemon Company International on Cortex XSOAR at #CortexSymphony2020. (Linkedin, Twitter, Facebook, Instagram)
Check out these other social posts to learn more about Monday's activities:
This afternoon at #CortexSymphony2020, Brian Cathey showcased his experience using security orchestration and playbook automation to improve SOC operations. Thanks to Cortex XSOAR, Discover Financial saved more than 1500 analyst hours in #phishing remediation over the course of two months. #RSAC #SecuredByPAN (Linkedin, Twitter, Facebook )
“Operating in cyberspace is like swimming in shark-infested waters, where even the dolphins are a threat to you.” - Daniel Hoffman, retired CIA Clandestine Services Officer, delivering the first #CortexSymphony2020 keynote speech. #RSAC #SecuredByPAN (Linkedin, Twitter, Facebook)
For more in-depth thoughts on key cybersecurity topics for RSAC 2020, read Greg Day's "What the Cybersecurity Industry Needs to Discuss at the RSA Conference 2020."