You and Zscaler at RSA 2022

San Francisco | June 6–9, 2022

We’re back in person, and we can’t wait to see you at RSA 2022. We’ve created three unique moments for you to engage with Zscaler during RSA, where you’ll have opportunities to meet face-to-face with our leadership team, hear from our founder in a dynamic keynote, and kick back in style with delicious bourbon and food from a celebrity chef. So much on tap for you to take advantage of.


Zscaler Leadership 1:1s and Executive Meeting Opportunities

Reserve your spot at the AMA Conference Center

We’ve reserved the AMA Conference Center, just steps away from RSA, for you to meet one on one with our executives and experts. The Zscaler leadership team and industry experts will be available for intimate conversations about your security, networking, and technology challenges. From ransomware to the latest in zero trust and network infrastructure, hear firsthand on the best ways to solve these challenges while preparing for a secure future.

Request a meeting here

CSA CxO Trust Summit Keynote with Zscaler Founder and CEO Jay Chaudhry

A can’t-miss moment at Moscone Center South

Grab a seat and hear Zscaler Founder and CEO Jay Chaudhry at his summit keynote on Monday afternoon. He’ll be talking about how moving to a modern zero trust architecture, and replacing legacy network security, will accelerate your digital transformation.

Register for the summit here

Great Food and Great Bourbon, On Us—Zscaler’s VIP Cocktail Reception

Meet us at the Contemporary Jewish Museum

Join us in the elegant Grand Lobby on Monday at 7 p.m. for an evening with our celebrity hosts—watch top chef Richard Blais cook up a special dish, and enjoy a whiskey tasting with spirits expert Fred Minnick. Plus, get a custom swag box and a copy of Richard’s new cookbook So Good, signed by the man himself. All the while, enjoy conversation and networking with your security peers and the Zscaler executive team, including CEO, Chairman, and Founder Jay Chaudhry.

Register for the reception here