Lumu’s RSA Conference Recap

Lumu attended RSA Conference 2020, featuring on cybersecurity news sites including Dark Reading,, and CRN.

So, we went to RSA Conference 2020 as we are sure most of our readers probably did. The unexpectedly sunny and warm streets of San Francisco were crowded by a passionate group, collectively trying to address what is deemed as one of the most challenging issues of modern history: the fight against cybercriminals.  

The last two weeks were a whirlwind, which started with Lumu’s inclusion in CSO’s 12 Hottest Cybersecurity Startups of RSAC. Also, we showed up on Dark Reading which covered our global launch announcement; we were included in’s Hottest New Cybersecurity Products of RSA Conference 2020; and in CRN’s 13 Hot Endpoint and Network Security Tools at RSAC 2020.  Through all of this, we launched a new web experience, because, why not? Take a look:

On Monday February 24, our leadership team attended AGC’s Growth Conference where we showcased Lumu’s positioning, market traction and technology. DataBreachToday’s Tom Field  hosted Lumu for a video interview, in which we discussed industry challenges on detecting compromise and where we stand in addressing them. The full interview can be found here: The question every business leader asks – Are we compromised?

We spoke with over 500 RSAC attendees and delivered more than 150 product demos in only 23 hours of booth time.

Our team was thrilled to showcase Lumu to RSA Conference 2020. Our company’s culture came true before and during the conference, which was amazing. We left S.F. tired but fired up about the product and company we are building — knowing. This is only the beginning.  

If you missed the chance to see/visit Lumu at RSAC, here is a quick video recap. Enjoy.

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