Vote on Digital Guardian's 2016 RSA Conference T-Shirt Giveaway

The RSA conference starts in less than a month and we're coming with a brand new t-shirt design to give away. The best part? You get to choose our design - vote now!

Every security conference brings troves of vendor SWAG, with t-shirts - from the witty to the geeky and everywhere in between - being a perennial favorite. If you've been to a few conferences before, chances are you have a whole drawer full of security vendor t-shirts - of which only a select few probably still see the light of day.

We're bringing an all-new t-shirt design of our own to the 2016 RSA Conference and we want your help in choosing the best design! We've come up with four different shirt designs to choose from and are crowdsourcing the final decision on which to bring to the conference. Check out our options below and vote for your favorite, then stop by Booth 1733 at the conference to get a copy of the winning design. Be sure to tweet your favorite design and tag us so we can save a shirt for you. Voting ends on February 24th and the winning design will be announced at the start of the conference.

February 24 update: Thanks for voting! The contest is now closed - be sure to stop by booth S1733 at the RSA Conference next week to get your shirt! If you missed the chance to vote, don't dismay - you'll have the opportunity to Tweet for a shirt during the conference. Without further ado, the winner is...

First Gen Data Protection/Next Gen Data Protection

We'll see you at RSA!

Nate Lord


Gartner 2017 Magic Quadrant for Enterprise Data Loss Prevention (DLP)

Nate Lord

Nate Lord is the former editor of Data Insider and is currently an account manager covering the southeast, Great Lakes, and Latin America regions at Digital Guardian. He has over 7 years of experience in the information security industry, working at Veracode prior to joining Digital Guardian in 2014. Nate enjoys learning about the complex problems facing information security professionals and collaborating with Digital Guardian customers to help solve them.