Banks Still Favor Tokens From RSA Despite Breach

Quittner, Jeremy
November 2011
American Banker;11/2/2011, Vol. 176 Issue 169, p5
Trade Publication
The article reports that many large banks continue to use tokens from security firm RSA Security Inc. despite a security breach disclosed by RSA in March 2011 that compromised tokens it makes. Julie Conroy McNelley of consulting firm Aite Group says the tokens, which generate random passcodes, are a valuable element in a multidimensional approach to security.


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