Source: Business Insider
AT&T has become the second big company to withdraw from one of cybersecurity’s largest events, the annual RSA Conference, which is set to open next week in San Francisco. Other big companies like Microsoft and Cisco say they are still in, but monitoring updates. San Francisco has no confirmed cases of the virus, but security conference cancellations follow Facebook pulling a marketing summit in the city. The RSA conference organizers have said that it will provide “ample hand sanitizers” and urges attendees to “do your part by washing hands often for at least 20 seconds.” Visit Business Insider’s homepage for more stories . In another blow to tech conferences amid coronoavirus fears, AT&T pulled out of the RSA Conference on Thursday, joining IBM as a major US sponsor withdrawing from the cybersecurity trade show expected to draw more than 40,000 attendees to San Francisco next week. “We value our participation in industry events like RSA and greatly support the measures taken by event organizers to protect attendees.