SAN FRANCISCO -- RSA, The Security Division of EMC (NYSE: EMC), today announced a series of new initiatives and products designed to make information security a reality for organizations worldwide, and help them solve their most sensitive and complex security challenges.
The announcements include the integration of EMC's and RSA's flagship products - the SymmetrixR DMX-3 enterprise storage platform with RSA SecurIDR two-factor authentication - and a definitive agreement to acquire Hyderabad, India-based Valyd Software Private Ltd. as part of a major expansion of RSA's enterprise data protection (EDP) strategy designed to effectively secure information wherever it resides.
"For too long, information security has been an embarrassing misnomer: despite billions of dollars of investment, data breaches are not slowing down and four out of five organizations admit to having little confidence in the security of their information," said Art Coviello, EVP at EMC Corporation and President at RSA, The Security Division of EMC. "It is time to re-focus information security - away from the perimeter and onto the information itself - in order to provide customers with the confidence that their assets, brands and end-users are protected and to free them up to realize new business possibilities."
RSA Security Inc. (Nasdaq: EMC)