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RSA and Booz Allen Hamilton said they will jointly develop new information security products and offer them as managed services.
Bruce Levinson, with the Center for Regulatory Effectiveness, joined the with Tom Temin and Amy Morris to discuss the center's recent survey on agency FISMA compliance.
Sources tell FederalNewsRadio that a leading candidate is a staff member on the Senate Intelligence Committee. In the meantime, former White House cybersecurity lead Hathaway and other industry experts offer the new cyber coordinator some advice about priorities and challenges.
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Amtower chats with Federal News Radio's Francis Rose.
Jan. 25, 2010
Mischel Kwon, Vice President of Public Sector Security Solutions at RSA, talks about making FISMA count.
Computer security firm RSA says it is only offering to replace about a third of its SecurID tokens, amid indications it could take months to swap them out for its entire user base.
Learn more in today's Cybersecurity Update
The hack last month that compromised RSA's SecurID product resulted from a targeted advanced persistent threat that took advantage of a zero-day vulnerability in the Adobe Flash Player, the company confirmed.
How bad is the hacking of RSA for the federal government? We ask CERIAS's Gene Spafford.
The hack attack that breached tools provided by RSA has affected federal users, but the Homeland Security Department is advising agencies, they don't need to replace the product.