RSA Conference 2024: A fusion of awards, innovation and industry recognition

Jamf triumphs at RSA Conference 2024, winning three prestigious Cyber Defense Magazine awards. Through engaging sessions and partnerships with industry leaders, Jamf reaffirmed its leadership in Apple ecosystem management and security, signaling a commitment to driving innovation and shaping a secure modern workplace.

May 10 2024 by

Aaron Webb

The RSA Conference (RSAC) 2024, held at San Francisco's Moscone Center, serves as a convergence point for cybersecurity vendors and thought leaders from across the globe. This year’s theme celebrated the strength and power of the community with the conference bringing new connections, shared insights and boundless inspiration. While the conference offers a wealth of in person and on demand sessions — such as Director of Jamf Threat Labs, Jaron Bradley’s session Dynamic Analysis of macOS Malware Using SpriteTree — local meet-ups, and events, it also hosts an extensive expo spreading across the north and south halls packed with vendors.

Jamf wins awards

This year at RSAC was extra special for Jamf, winning three prestigious awards at the Cyber Defense Magazine’s (CDM) Global Infosec Awards:

  1. Market Leader Zero Trust BYOD: Jamf was recognized for our pioneering approach to device access and management, empowering organizations to uphold stringent security standards while facilitating seamless user experiences.
  2. Market Leader Mobile Device Security: Jamf's unwavering dedication to mobile device security earned it recognition as a market leader in this critical domain. By delivering tailored management and security solutions for Apple devices, Jamf equips organizations with the tools needed to mitigate risks effectively.
  3. Cutting Edge Mobile Endpoint Security: Jamf's innovative approach to mobile endpoint security set a new standard for excellence, enabling organizations to stay ahead of evolving threats. Leveraging cutting-edge technologies, Jamf empowers enterprises to proactively identify and address security risks.

These awards not only validate Jamf's commitment to pushing the boundaries of cybersecurity but also underscore the confidence placed in the company by industry peers and experts. This recognition and sentiment was echoed in a constant flow of conversations with customers, prospects and other vendors at the Jamf booth and around the conference.

Throughout the conference, Jamf's booth was abuzz with activity, hosting Jamf sessions as well as sessions with collaboration partners. Our popular Jamf sessions presented by our Product Marketing and Jamf Threat Labs team included topics like:

A variety of session topics

Among the Jamf hosted sessions, we welcomed our partners from the Google Chrome Enterprise team where Jamf’s VP of Portfolio Strategy joined the Google team to showcase why the browser should serve as a key piece of an enterprise’s security posture. The sessions focused on how organizations can use Chrome Enterprise’s cloud management console and Jamf to create a secure enterprise browsing experience for the organization.

Mobile security was a hot topic of conversation with many organizations noting they need to bring mobile into their security strategy. Jamf was joined by VP of Partnerships at Swift Connect to present Converged security: infoSec meets physical security, where the partnership allows the the physical badges used to enter the workplace to be replaced by a digital badge stored on the mobile device.

With Jamf’s ability to stream rich telemetry data to an organization’s SIEM of choice, new partner LogRhythm hosted a session to highlight the Jamf partnership and how a defense-in-depth strategy and the importance of visibility and integrations between best-of-breed solutions is key to a robust security posture.

The interest and attendance to the sessions combined with the awards not only validate Jamf's commitment to pushing the boundaries of management and security of Apple devices, but also shows that industry peers and experts rely on Jamf to embrace the modern workplace. This was echoed in the fireside chat with Patrick Wardle, Founder of Objective-See Foundation, ensuring that organizations bring together management and security and choose a vendor that is focused on the Apple ecosystem, especially with the growing threat landscape on both Mac and iPhone.

As organizations navigate the complexities of the digital landscape, Jamf remains laser focused in its mission to empower enterprises with the tools and insights needed to secure their Apple ecosystems effectively. These accolades at RSAC serve as a testament to ongoing innovation and excellence, as Jamf continues lead the charge towards a more secure and resilient digital future.

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