Expel returns to RSA Conference and embraces “The Art of Possible”

· 2 MIN READ · MATT JASTRAM · MAY 2, 2024 · TAGS: Company news / MDR / Tech tools

The world’s largest gathering of cybersecurity professionals is set to kick off in a few short days, and our team is gearing up to bring our special brand of managed detection and response (MDR) back to San Francisco for the 2024 RSA Conference.

The theme of this year’s event is “The Art of Possible.” Here’s what that means, according to RSA Conference:

To succeed at cybersecurity, we must go beyond ones and zeroes. Staying ahead of today’s threats and foreseeing tomorrow’s challenges requires trusting our intuition and collaborative experiences. Our collective strength lies in the bonds we build and the wisdom we share shaping a resilient and adaptable ecosystem. Embracing the power of community ignites our drive and imagination, making the impossible seem more possible. In a way, we are all artists, creating works that will bring us all closer together to shape a more secure world.

This theme really resonates with us. Why? Because we’ve always believed in the impossible. Our transparent, AI-driven approach to MDR takes the best of technology, human expertise, and threat intel from across our customer base to deliver unmatched outcomes for our customers—outcomes previously thought impossible. We’re talking:

  • A mean-time-to-detect of 1.7 minutes.
  • A mean-time-to-touch of 2.6 minutes.
  • A mean-time-to-respond of 23 minutes.
  • A mean-time-to-remediate of 21.9 minutes.
  • Most importantly: 0 undetected breaches.

Our approach also gives customers complete visibility into our security operations, even sharing an interface within our purpose-built security operations platform, Expel Workbench™. Customers can follow along with investigations in real-time—as actively or passively as they choose. This collaboration makes us stronger, providing us with invaluable customer context that leads to those speedy outcomes we mentioned.

So what do those outcomes make possible? In short, it’s about peace of mind, especially as we enter the summer and you and your security colleagues schedule time away from the hectic work pace—to explore new places, spend quality time with family and friends, or recharge. You can go ahead and take that PTO without worry or guilt that you’re leaving your team short-handed or unprotected. We’ve got you covered.

Stop by our booth (South Hall, #0535) to find out how Expel MDR makes PTO possible. Learn why IDC named Expel a Leader in the 2024 IDC MarketScape for Worldwide Emerging Managed Detection and Response (MDR) Services. You can even schedule a demo.

And when you visit, be sure to pick up some customized swag to get ready for your vacation this summer. Visit our event page to learn more.

We can’t wait to see you at RSA and help you on your path to PTO.