Bitdefender recently joined more than 26,000 attendees, 600 speakers and 400 exhibitors at the 2022 RSA Conference in San Francisco, the world’s leading information security conference. As cyber-attacks continue to grow in frequency and sophistication, the annual RSA Conference plays an important role in bringing together practitioners and experts from across the public and private sector to share the latest cybersecurity research, exchange perspectives, and demonstrate the industry’s leading technologies designed to address today’s security challenges.
Bitdefender experts gave insightful presentations on a wide range of topics including exploring the value of extended detection and response (XDR), top ransomware myths and misconceptions, how cyber resiliency can help drive business growth, and more. Several hundred people visited the Bitdefender booth to learn more about the latest in threat prevention, detection and response, and hear new research on homograph phishing attacks and previously unknown vulnerabilities in Microsoft Office. Bitdefender demonstrated its award-winning solutions for XDR, endpoint detection and response (EDR), cloud security workload, and managed detection and response (MDR).
XDR is growing in popularity
One of the main trends that emerged from the conference was the rapid rise and growing popularity of XDR. In