Computer security vendor RSA, maker of two-factor authentication SecurID, has been hacked by unknown parties
. In an open letter to it customers
RSA Executive Chairman Arthur W. Coviello, Jr. calls the attack the work of an Advanced Persistent Threat, meaning a highly skilled, well-funded group acting deliberately & precisely to achieve a specific goal. RSA's clients include many Fortune 100 companies, US Government, Military & Intelligence Community organizations.
posted by scalefree
on Mar 17, 2011 -