2019 RSA Conference Security Scholar program

Two students from Georgia Tech will attend the RSA® Conference 2020 at no expense.

About the The RSA®C Scholars Program

The RSA®C Security Scholar program connects the brightest up-and-coming cybersecurity students nationwide with leading experts -- allowing students to develop a clearer understanding of how to pursue a cybersecurity career. RSA®C invites 30 leading universities across the country and to select two of their top scholars to represent the university at the 2020 Conference, at no cost to student or the university. Past scholars enjoyed reserved seating at the opening keynote, intimate meetings with industry luminaries, Learning Labs, and had an opportunity to present their work.


We’re proud of our scholars who are selected for this program.


1. The Conference draws more than 40,000 attendees and claims to be the world's largest cybersecurity event.

2. A conference that big can be overwhelming. The RSA®C Security Scholar program instantly offers a network of contacts at the event and exclusive, up-close opportunities with premier researchers there.

3. There are more than 400 highly relevant sessions, led by some of the industry’s top experts.

4. Students have the opportunity to showcase their research, too.

Who Attended Last Year?

The most recent RSA® Conference (held March 4-8, 2019) welcomed two students from Georgia Tech -- Celine Irvine, and Ranjita Pai Kasturi.