2021 RSA Conference pushed back to May

May 20, 2020
Annual San Francisco event was originally scheduled for February 2021
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RSA Conference 2021 show organizers announced on Tuesday that the annual information security event at the San Francisco Moscone Center will now take place the week of May 17 instead of in February as previously planned. Organizers added that the physical event will be accompanied by "a robust and innovative virtual experience."

According to the statement:

With public health and safety as the top priority, RSA Conference is reimagining ways to best serve the cybersecurity community with rich year-round experiences that will continue to shape and support the industry and engage a broader audience.

“The wellbeing of our community is of utmost importance, and now is the right time to reinforce our efforts to bring the cybersecurity industry together with new virtual events, year-round content and focused programs along with our physical conferences,” said Linda Gray Martin, Senior Director and General Manager, RSA Conference. “The mission of RSAC has always been to create a platform for the industry to engage globally to help solve our biggest security challenges; and we’re excited to expand the ways we can gather the community over the coming months.”

Details are rapidly evolving and will be made available at www.rsaconference.com.