First off, the BluVector team wants to thank its employees, partners and RSA Conference-goers who made their way to South Hall booth 1615 and made our time there truly memorable. Since our first showing at RSA last year, BluVector is quickly evolving faster than we had ever expected.
The show was filled with a mix of terrific interactions, insightful presentations and tremendous opportunities. Kicking off the event, BluVector CEO Kris Lovejoy delivered an amazing, well-crafted and nearly perfectly timed pitch deck to RSA judges during the elite Innovation Sandbox contest where only 10 companies are asked to pitch and only one leaves victorious. Despite not winning, the nomination as a finalist carries great weight and served as a strong way to reinforce the value we bring to our customers every day. You can watch her pitch here.
On Monday evening we returned to the show floor, but we didn’t just return with our staff. We returned with a team of strong partners from Endace, CohnReznick and SS8 to showcase not only how these partnerships work, but how together, they benefit customers.
While we were there, we made sure our presence was known and that we had fun. Probably the two biggest hits for the booth was our T-Shirts (over 500 given away) and a digital caricaturist who had a line around the corner a final tally with nearly 200 caricatures created.
In the end, however, it was the innovation the BluVector team is delivering that was of most interest to conference attendees. By delivering our AI-driven sense and response network security platform we are making it possible for our customers to deal with the human capital issues they face by accurately and efficiently enable security teams to detect, analyze and contain sophisticated threats including fileless malware, zero-day malware, and ransomware in real time. As one of our customers stated in an online review, BluVector is like “having a Junior Analyst.”
See you next year at RSA 2019!