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Breakfast, Lunch, and Bourbon at RSA Conference 2020

Posted by Stacy Shelley on Feb 11, '20

Heading to RSA in a few weeks? If you are, be sure to spend some time with PhishLabs while you're there. This year we are hosting several events for security leaders and practitioners. Come relax with a glass of quality bourbon, get a break from the crowds, catch up with old friends, and make some new ones.

Space is limited, so please RSVP. You can sign up for all of our events at https://info.phishlabs.com/rsa-2020-events

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The Intelligence Actioned Bourbon Tasting & Reception

Monday, February 24 at Southside Spirit House from 6-9 pm

High-quality bourbon paired with high-quality conversations. This casual San Francisco spot is just a 5 minute walk from the Moscone Center.

Chaos-free Breakfast & Lunch

Tuesday and Wednesday, February 25, 26 at Winedown from 8 am-2 pm

Skip the long lines and enjoy a quiet, tasty breakfast or lunch just across the street from the Moscone Center. While there, see us take a malicious site offline in real-time. 

FS-ISAC Happy Hour (FS-ISAC Members Only)

Tuesday, February 25 at John Colins from 5-7 pm

PhishLabs is excited to sponsor this year's FS-ISAC Happy Hour. Join fellow security leaders and professionals from the financial services sector for a few cocktails and engaging conversation. Located within short walking distance of the conference.

Phishing Mobile Devices for Fun & Prison

Thursday, February 27 from 8-8:50 am at Moscone West

Join PhishLabs Founder and CTO John LaCour and FBI Special Agent Davey Ware as they detail techniques used by three cybercriminals who used fake texts to phish thousands, and what led to their arrests.  

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