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A Call To Arms, After a Dismal Year for Cyber Security – Latin Post

Latin PostWhile thousands of tech companies and organizations, big and small, and many more concerned citizens got out and protested mass internet surveillance earlier this month, one senior VP at a security firm told attendees at this week’s RSA Conference on …RSA: Juniper Security Chief Blasts ApathyInformationWeekJuniper Security Chief Takes Swipe At Security ApathyDark ReadingThe […]

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RSA: Juniper Security Chief Blasts Apathy – InformationWeek

InformationWeekIn RSA keynote, Juniper Networks security exec Nawaf Bitar urges more innovation and active defense. Yesterday at RSA, Juniper Network’s security honcho urged security professionals to be bolder in their outrage for what is happening to their information, …Juniper Security Chief Takes Swipe At Security ApathyDark ReadingSecurity Exec: ‘First World Outrage’ About Privacy Is a […]

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RSA Denies Snowden’s Claims That It Accepted $10 Million From The NSA For … – International Business Times

International Business TimesAn RSA SecurID dongle used for internet VPN tunnelling is seen in Toronto on Dec. 18, 2013. Reuters. RSA, the cybersecurity arm of EMC Corporation (NYSE:EMC), categorically denied claims that it had entered into a $10 million secret partnership with the …RSA denies taking $10m from NSA to default backdoored algorithmZDNetExclusive: Secret contract […]

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How much did NSA pay to put a backdoor in RSA crypto? Try $10m – report – Register

RegisterThe mystery of why RSA would use a flawed, NSA-championed algorithm as the default random number generator for several of its encryption products appears to be solved, and the answer is utterly banal, if true: the NSA paid it to. Reuters reports that RSA …Exclusive: Secret contract tied NSA and security industry pioneerReutersReport: NSA paid […]

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Report: NSA paid RSA to make flawed crypto algorithm the default – Ars Technica

Ars TechnicaSecurity company RSA was paid $10 million to use the flawed Dual_EC_DRBG pseudorandom number generating algorithm as the default algorithm in its BSafe crypto library, according to sources speaking to Reuters.NSA Reportedly Paid A Security Firm Millions To Ship Deliberately Flawed …TechCrunchExclusive: Secret contract tied NSA and security industry pioneerReutersNSA Gave RSA $10 Million […]