Does this Marilyn Monroe impersonator violate RSA’s ban on booth babes?

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.

Booth babe?

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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Network World Paul McNamara