What RSA Learned From Its Security Breach

Published on February 27, 2013
by Geoffrey A. Fowler

There’s a lot of hyperbole in the war against hackers. Art Coviello, the 59-year-old executive chairman of EMC Corp.’s RSA security division, is in a position to size up the real threat.

RSA makes the login security systems used by 95 of the Fortune 100 companies. Two years ago, it was also the victim of a major cyber attack that put the company’s reputation at risk and prompted a $66.3 million charge in part to pay to replace its well-known SecurID tokens.

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