RSA conference 2020

Barracuda gears up for RSA 2020

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RSA Conference 2020 is officially underway in San Francisco, and the Barracuda team is excited to be participating in a number ways this year. After all, with our headquarters a short drive away in Campbell, California, we can’t miss the opportunity to be part of one of the biggest cybersecurity conferences of the year.

Here’s a quick look at what we’ll be up to this week and how you can connect with our team while you’re at the show.

Microsoft Security happenings

Microsoft Security Awards 2020We kicked things off in style last night at the Microsoft Security 20/20 Awards dinner last night. The gala event was held at Bespoke to celebrate the Microsoft Security partner ecosystem. Barracuda was honored to be recognized in the ISV Part of the Year and the Customer Impact categories. Lead by Nicole Napiltonia, vice president of Global Alliances at Barracuda, our cloud team had a fantastic time connecting with the Microsoft Security team and talking about strength in security. We look forward to continuing to find to ways to make an impact with customers.

The Barracuda team will also be making an appearance at the Microsoft booth (#6059 and #5779). Stop by at 3:30 p.m. on Tuesday, February 25 to hear from Neela Jacques, vice president of product marketing at Barracuda, about our most recent developments.

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Talking cloud security

Barracuda executives, such as CEO BJ Jenkins, COO Hatem Naguib, and CTO Fleming Shi, will also be headed to San Francisco and RSA this week to meet with the press and network with the Thoma Bravo team and other security executives.

Fleming in particular will be discussing our recent research report – Future Shock: The Cloud Is the New Network. Conducted by independent market research firm Vanson Bourne, this survey of IT decision makers in EMEA, APAC, and the United States looks at respondents' experiences with, and attitudes about, moving infrastructure to the public cloud, concerns restricting adoption, and the security and networking solutions being implemented to overcome them. Check out the full report to see all the details for yourself.

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