When it became public last month that “booth babes” would be banned from this week’s RSA Conference, most applauded. However, others warned that the subjectivity of such a dress code – language here and at bottom of this post — would make the policy problematic.
Meet Marilyn Monroe impersonator Camille Larrea, pictured above. She was working the RSA booth of SIEM vendor AccelOps.
RSA says no.
But trust me when I tell you it depends on who you ask, because I put the question and picture out to a bunch of trade-show savvy colleagues and of the 11 who responded, six say we’re looking at a booth babe whose presence violates the new RSA policy … and five insist the first six are wrong.
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