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RSA: Zero Trust has Zero Chance Without AI

  • RSA CEO Rohit Ghai to detail why an increasingly complex and growing identity universe outstrips human actors’ ability to secure it, resulting in an emerging identity crisis for cybersecurity and a critical new role for AI
  • RSA announces summer 2023 launch of RSA® Governance & Lifecycle 8.0
  • RSA to demonstrate Unified Identity Platform, automated identity intelligence capabilities, and new RSA ID IQ Quiz at RSA Conference Booth N-5744

RSA, the security-first identity leader, announced today at RSA Conference that it will launch major new advancements to its Unified Identity Platform, including the next version of its market-leading RSA® Governance & Lifecycle solution. With an increasingly complex combination of users, resources, entitlements, and environments making zero-trust security architecture impossible for human actors to achieve, organizations must prioritize upgrading to intelligent threat detection and response capabilities to stay secure.

“From the first days of the web, through the rise of mobile and hybrid work, security-first organizations have trusted RSA to protect them from the highest-incident, highest-impact cyberattacks,” said RSA CEO Rohit Ghai. “Now with a new technological era dawning, cybersecurity must brave an emerging identity crisis and admit that there is zero chance for us to achieve zero trust without AI. RSA will continue making more investments in intelligence and AI to create an even more valuable identity platform and defend our customers from threats.”