This week, the Maryland Department of Commerce is joining a delegation of Maryland cybersecurity companies, federal agencies, and economic development partners at RSA™ 2020, an annual information security conference in San Francisco.
“As we continue to brand Maryland as the top global location for cybersecurity, it is important for us to be in front of key businesses as well as investors to highlight our unparalleled assets, highly-educated workforce, and our Open for Business commitment,” said Maryland Commerce Secretary Kelly M. Schulz, who is attending the conference. “We are also proud to support the 15 Maryland cyber companies that are exhibiting this year, and help connect them with new opportunities and partners.”
The Maryland cyber companies exhibiting at RSA this year are:
- Ardent Privacy (Baltimore County)
- Bandura Cyber (Baltimore City)
- Brivo (Montgomery County)
- Cybrary (Prince George’s County)
- Dragos (Anne Arundel County)
- Fasoo (Montgomery County)
- Fidelis Cybersecurity (Montgomery County)
- Fluency (Prince George’s County)
- Fornetix (Frederick County)
- Huntress Labs (Howard County)
- INKY (Prince George’s County)
- SANS Institute (Montgomery County)
- TEKsystems (Anne Arundel County)
- Tenable (Howard County)
- ZeroFOX (Baltimore City)
In addition, two of the nation’s top federal agencies located in Maryland – the National Security Agency and the National Institute of Standards and Technology – are also attending. INKY, an anti-phishing startup out of College Park, is one of 10 finalists for the RSA Conference 2020 Innovation Sandbox Contest for its work on solving the systemic phishing attack epidemic.
Maryland Commerce joins Anne Arundel, Howard, Montgomery and Prince George’s counties as well as bwtech@UMBC at RSA.