The RSA Conference is one of the biggest security shows in the world. Top line speakers and companies come to San Francisco, every year to be a part of the show.
So with all that noise exhibitors on the show floor do some pretty interesting things to get visitors attention. From games to prizes, RSA's showroom floor is surprisingly filed with some very non-security offers.
Here is a few of the more interesting things V3 saw on this year's RSA Conference showroom floor.
What do motorcycles and cyber security have in common? Evidently something, judging by what's going on down at RSA's showroom floor. Not one but two exhibitors this year had motorcycles (well, one motorcycle and a scooter) up as a contest prize.
Not to out done by motorized bicycles, firms like F5 and Hytrust brought out some games to go along with their prizes. Hytrust was offering passers by a spin on their prize wheel. F5 Networks, however, did one better by putting claw machines in its booth.
Of course, not all booths's showcased games and prizes. Security firm HID Global actually showed off products they make. From their fairly low key booth the security firm showed off its credential management hardware on the showroom floor.
Last but not least, is the RSA Conference's very own photo board. The big board was the place for RSA attendees to go get their picture taken. Because, as we all know, if you don't have a picture for proof it never happened.
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