Expel insider · 2 MIN READ · KELLY FIEDLER · MAY 12, 2022 · TAGS: Cloud security / Company news / MDR / Tech tools
Expletives have attended RSA Conference (RSAC) for years, and many attended before they were Expletives — not to mention, before there was an Expel.
But this year is different.
For the first time, Expel is headed to Moscone Center as an exhibitor. You could say we’re pretty excited.
Why are we so over-the-moon about this? A few reasons (and we’re not just talking about the free swag or the trolley rides). It’s a pivotal time in the detection and response market space. Mostly, because it’s also a confusing time — full of options (MDR and XDR), uncertainty, and noise.
With a constantly evolving threat landscape, businesses need security partners that aren’t just answering their questions today but are looking ahead to prepare for the questions of tomorrow. More threats with increasing complexity mean businesses have to keep up and make sense of all the noise — fast.
That’s why we’ve made it our mission to make security easy to understand, easy to use, and easy to continuously improve. Our promise is to show you that security can be delightful.
What does that look like? Expel partners with you to create an approach that’s tailored to your environment, your people, and your processes. We integrate with your existing tech to drive greater value, then through automation quickly learn to analyze and correlate alerts across your systems and attack surfaces, 24×7.
Our friendly bots, Josie™ and Ruxie™, free up our analysts so they can make the quick, well-informed decisions best suited to humans. Josie analyzes alerts as they come in for triage, surfacing the most important ones, and Ruxie gives analysts critical information about threats so they can strategize on the best remediation approach. It’s how tech and people should work together.
The result? A platform that makes it easier to detect, understand, and fix issues fast so business risk is managed. Breathe easier knowing your team has the answers they need, when they need them. Really, it’s security that makes sense.
We can’t wait to share this approach to security with you. Just like in years past, RSAC is a great place to connect with old friends, shake new hands, and of course, talk security. The difference is that this year, we’ll do it at our own booth.
Stop by the Expel booth (S649) in the South Hall to meet our crew, check out a demo, enjoy some live freestyle rap from YouTube sensation, Harry Mack (seriously!). While you’re there, catch up with Josie and Ruxie — you might even snag a cool plushie…
Before the conference, get a sneak-peek at what it’s like to work with Expel with this overview video. Ready to talk shop? Go ahead and schedule a meeting.