RSA has admitted that March’s security breach has compromised SecurID.
RSA, the makers of SecurID, has finally admitted publicly that the breach of their systems we reported on back in March has resulted in the compromising of their SecurID two-factor authentication tokens.
The admission comes in the wake of cyber intrusions into the networks of three US military contractors.
RSA’s Chairman Art Coviello has stated that the company is offering to replace the nearly 40-million SecurID tokens currently in use, or to provide security monitoring services.
For financial institutions, RSA is offering to also provide transactions monitoring.
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