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AV-Comparatives Attending RSA Conference in San Francisco

AV-Comparatives, an independent organization offering systematic testing of security software, is excited to announce its attendance and presentations at the RSA Conference in San Francisco in the first week of May.

The main goal of AV-Comparatives’ attendance is to learn about the latest trends in cybersecurity and the products that protect against threats, with a focus on XDR, EDR, Endpoint Security, and the challenges posed by AI.

AV-Comparatives will be chatting with analysts in the field of XDR, EDR, and endpoint security to discuss the latest trends and challenges. The knowledge and information gained at the conference will be used to improve AV-Comparatives’ test methodologies and to create custom test cases that reflect real-world scenarios.

AV-Comparatives is committed to providing accurate and reliable testing of security software, using one of the largest sample collections worldwide to create a real-world environment for testing. Its results are freely accessible to individuals, news organizations, and scientific institutions, and its certification provides an official seal of approval for software performance that is globally recognized.

By attending the RSA Conference, AV-Comparatives continue its mission of providing accurate and reliable information about the performance of security software, and to help individuals and organizations make informed decisions about their cybersecurity needs.

If you want to meet with the AV-Comparatives Team, give us a shout!