Whether you’re in San Francisco at RSA 2011 or you’re in the middle of nowhere scouring the Web for updates and insights, we’ve got the A-list of Twitter stars that are on the ground at RSA right now. Click, follow, and keep up. If you’re there, why not send them a message – the worst that can happen is you get even more swag!
@atwalls: Gartner analyst who specializes in infosec practices, enterprise governance, security program management, and more.
@rcheyne: This self-described “hacker of the old-school variety” is also CEO of Safelight Security, a security training company.
@Simply_Security: David Lingenfelter, Information Security Officer at Fiberlink Communications, is sending out highlights and reactions to the goings on in San Fran.
@merrittmaxim: Works in Identity & Access Management at CA Technologies. He’s giving frequent updates on his reactions to what’s happening at RSA.
@jhaggett: This “lover of all things mobile” is at RSA. Whether he’s interacting with other members of the conference or observing a session, Jamie Haggett’s tweets are just as entertaining as they are informative.
@themeworks: Chief Technologist at Palm Tree Technology UK and Mastlabs USA, is tweeting out questions for his fellow RSA-goers and IT enthusiasts alike.
@Reflex_mike: UPDATE! How did we miss Mike Wronski? He’s VP of Product Management at Reflex Systems, and he’s been tweeting the heck out of RSA the past week.
And of course, for official updates on the conference, check out @RSAConference and hashtag #RSAC for more general, up-to-date information. Did we miss anyone? Send me an email at Melanie@ITKnowledgeExchange.com or leave it in the comments section.