Tag Archives: RSA Security

RSA Adds A10 Networks’ SSL Inspection Feature to Security Analytics Platform; Chad Loeven, Paul Nicholson Comment

RSA and A10 Networks have moved to further help their joint clients detect threats in encrypted traffic by adding A10’s SSL inspection feature to RSA’s security analytics platform. RSA has verified the interoperability of A10 Thunder Application Delivery Controller‘s SSL Insight feature with its security analytics offering through RSA’s Ready Technology Partner Program, A10 Networks said Monday. Chad …

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RSA, SAT Integrate Authentication Tech for Enterprise Mobility; Ben Ayed Comments

RSA Security has added Secure Access Technologies to the Secured by RSA Certified Partner Program for its mobile authentication and proximity security technology that can interoperate with RSA SecurID, enabling enterprise and workforce mobility. MobileID wirelessly connects with a computer or tablet to enable automatic inputting of the RSA SecurID code …

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NATO Officials Fall Victim to Facebook Scam, China Suspected

China is in the cyberspace spotlight again for an alleged plot to gather contact information of U.S. and British military leaders by setting up a fake Facebook page for one of NATO’s top officials, Government Computer News reports. The Facebook scam involved fooling U.S. and British leaders into accepting a friend …

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Cyber Attack Cost EMC $66 Million

According to its earnings call released yesterday, EMC Corporation spent $66 million in the second quarter to combat a cyber attack that compromised its RSA security division. The company used a significant portion of the money for transaction monitoring for the company’s corporate customers following the attack. EMC also offered …

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Phishers Add Sophisticated Chat Options to Scams

RSA Security recently detected an advanced phishing scam that uses a chat option to make the scam appear more legitimate. The phishers use the chat option to solicit information from clients who arrive at the website. The scam begins with an invitation to a banking website, which requires minimal login …

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