RSA Security executives spelled out the company’s product strategy for 2012, announcing that it would focus on mobile, anti-threat and cloud security.
As reported in Network World, RSA wants to develop tools that can help businesses improve data protection on mobile devices by separating personal and corporate data and improving mobile device authentication. RSA’s strategy includes adding more factor options to multi-factor authentication and embedding SecurID technology in mobile phones.
RSA’s efforts in the anti-threat category will help businesses understand how devices are being utilized and give them ways to share threat intelligence with the business community at large. RSA plans to announce more about an analytic data mining software product at its 2012 conference next month.
RSA will also continue to migrate its current products to the cloud through its Pegasus project. It’s also developing security measures for cloud service infrastructures so that cloud service providers can better meet business and government standards at a time when government agencies are seeking to outsource cloud infrastructure services.
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