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RSA Security Pins Attack On Nations
2011-10-12 11:32:39

EMC's security division said on Tuesday that two groups from the same country teamed up to launch a sophisticated attack against RSA Security's systems in March and stole information on its SecurID tokens. Senior RSA executives said on Tuesday that unspecified information gained during the attack paved the way towards an unsuccessful attack against a defense contractor. "Two groups were involved in the attack," Thomas Heiser, RSA Security president, said during a keynote during the RSA...

2011-07-26 09:35:00

The Department of Homeland Security's (DHS) senior cyber security official abruptly resigned on Monday amid several high-profile attacks on government computer systems, reports Reuters. Randy Vickers resigned as director of the US Computer Emergency Readiness Team (US-CERT), a part of DHS's National Cyber Security Division. DHS declined to comment on either the attacks or the resignation of its top official as of Monday. Vickers' resignation was announced in an email to staff by Bobbie...

2011-06-20 23:01:00

PLEASANTON, Calif., June 21, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- idOnDemand, the pioneer in smart identification, today announced it is extending its Token Trade-up Program to help companies affected by the latest breaches of RSA's SecurID® tokens with a free trade-up to a secure smart card based solution. SecurID® users can trade in their compromised tokens for free in exchange for an idOnDemand SmartID, providing organizations a no-risk opportunity to deploy a...

2011-06-15 00:00:29

LiteScape Enters Third Quarter 2011 with 90,000 Plus Seats Deployed, New Strategic Partnerships, RSA Certified Integration LiteScape Technologies, the leading developer of Unified Communications (UC) Applications for Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP)-enabled environments today announced more than 90,000 seats deployed, the signing of strategic partner World Wide Technology, a stronger partnership with Cisco, and the Secure Profile Management (SPM) achieving interoperability certification...

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