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RSA

An electronic encryption system used in banking operations. Proposed by Ron Rivest, Adi Shamir, and Leonard Adleman in 1977.
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4 with RSA SecurID technology benefit from increased security, easier management, and a lower total cost of ownership.
During the past few years, RSA and CSAVR determined the need to be more actively involved in IRI and to use this activity as a yearly opportunity to rethink the VR process and to improve program performance.
This year, we have formed the RSA Group Property and Liability Insurance Program.
Based on SSL and TLS from the Internet community, RSA BSAFE WTLS 1.
Recognizing the need to simplify "process" requirements throughout the nation's Public Vocational Rehabilitation System, the RSA in collaboration with the CSAVR commits to a national effort designed to facilitate consumer-responsive, high quality efficient Public Vocational Rehabilitation outcomes.
Altogether, the RSA now has lawsuits pending and is evaluating additional lawsuits including suits aimed at the City's universal water metering program and Emergency Repair Program.
Under the deal, several HP business units have already licensed millions of dollars worth of RSA Security products, including: RSA BSAFE SSL-J for HP Verifone's Internet-based electronic payment solutions; RSA BSAFE SSL-C for HP's secure remote management software products; and RSA BSAFE Crypto-C and RSA BCERT for HP's IPsec/9000 product.
In 1963, the Arizona Division of Vocational Rehabilitation, through a cooperative relationship between the Flagstaff VR office and the School of Education at Arizona State College, Flagstaff, participated in an RSA Research and Demonstration (R&D) Grant that lasted until 1966.