Attend our social hour or schedule a vSOC demo with us while you’re at RSA

Will you be in San Francisco Feb. 13-17 for RSA 2017? We’re looking forward to connecting with you!

Join GuidePoint Security for a fun and informative social hour on Monday, Feb. 13. It’s a great start to the week, and you’ll have a chance to meet and interact with some of the industry’s leading information security and cybersecurity professionals.

The social hour begins at 6:30 p.m. at Town Hall Restaurant, 342 Howard St. in San Francisco. The event, which continues through 8:30 p.m., is free, but you’ll need to register in advance. Click here to register now.

More than 45,000 people typically attend the RSA conference each year, and it’s a great time to learn more about the many ways you can protect your organization and stay ahead of cybersecurity issues and threats.

While we’re there, our team will offer free, private demonstrations of our Virtual Security Operations Center (vSOC). All you have to do is sign up, and a GuidePoint representative will be in touch to set up a time to meet with you. Register now for your exclusive vSOC demo.

During the vSOC demonstration, you’ll learn about how GuidePoint’s managed security services can assist you with identifying threats and vulnerabilities through detection, response, and recovering from validated incidents.

To sign up for our social hour at Town Hall Restaurant on Feb. 13 or to register for a vSOC demo during the conference, visit

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